Lipolysis treatment is a medical procedure of melting and removing all the unwanted fatty deposits on the body. This procedure can change the shape of faces and bodies for aesthetic reasons. Generally, this procedure is more used on the parts of the body, which can be adequately shaped with persistent training or diet. Generally, these areas include the hips, buttocks, thighs, chin and stomach.
How does it work?
The lipolysis procedure employs use substances like 5 percent of Phosphatidylcholine and Deoxycholate and enzymes, which are in use for many years now. It helps in inciting the liver in order to clean the blood from the fats and thus prevent the fat embolism.
During this process, the active substances can lead to cracking of the membranes over the fat cells in the treated area and to the outpouring of their content found over the surrounding tissues. From there, the fat is transported via the bloodstream in a natural way to the liver, which is finally seen getting thrown away out of our organism. It is necessary to stress that this procedure doesn’t really change the level of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.
After the procedure:
This procedure is often painless, however, after 15 minutes, the feeling of itching is felt along with issues like swelling and redness the visible areas. After two hours, the pain and redness can last for around two weeks after the treatment. In the next six to eight weeks, there is hardly any kind of sensitivity when the fatty tissues are pressed. The effects can be visible after one or two months.