Mesolipolysis is a non-invasive procedure that requires multiple fine injections of active ingredients into the treatment area beneath the skin to melt and remove small stubborn, unwanted pockets of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise. The fat dissolves and is carried through the bloodstream and excreted by kidneys and bowel. Therefore, very little, if any medicine reaches the general circulation and in any cases the level is so low that it has no effect on the rest of the body.
Unlike surgery, these treatments are usually relatively simple, require no post-operative recovery time, require no heavy bandages, and no anaesthesia. Numbing cream may be applied if necessary.
What parts can be treated?
Inner and outer thighs
Lower and upper parts of the abdomen
Fat deposits on shoulders, arms, joints, back
To achieve the maximum effect of the Mesolipolysis, we recommend to combine the treatment with changes in your diet and lifestyle.
Many patients see a result after the first or second treatment, although for optimal results extra treatments may be required. The treatment is painless and requires no anaesthesia. A doctor injects the active substance using a thin needle directly into the fat deposit. There is a gradual and natural degradation of fat. After the procedure you should take approximately 15-30 minutes to relax and to drink 1-2 litres of water a day. In the first hours and days you may feel itching, and also swelling and redness of the treated area.
Mesolipolysis can be a little uncomfortable, but not painful. It is best to avoid contact with the sun directly after the treatment as this may produce pigmentation. It is recommended to keep the treated area cool for 24 hour. There may be minor bruising, sensitivity to touch, pain at the injection site and higher fever in the treated area. These symptoms usually subside quickly, and should completely disappear within three days. However, if you feel unwell or your condition worsens in any way after this time, you should contact your doctor.