Introduction to Fat Dissolving Procedures

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Aqualyx could possibly just be the fat melting procedure that the world has been waiting for.  Approved by the FDA and EEA, this advanced new procedure h¬¬as sold over 2,000,000 vials worldwide.

Aqualyx can be used in the face and body to great effect.  For small areas such as the jowls and chin, just one sessions can dramatically reduce fat deposits and return a more youthful and defined facial contour. For larger areas like tummies, bingo wings and bums you may need up to 5 sessions to see dramatic results.
There is now plenty of clinical evidence and research that shows Aqualyx not only works but is also safe.

How do fat dissolving treatments work?
Aqualyx is a water-based solution that is injected into the fatty tissue, surrounds the cells and destroys them.  The remains of the fat cells are then excreted by the body safely as waste.  Aqualyx is used for people who want to get rid of stubborn areas of fat in their faces and in their bodies and is clinically proven for these purposes.
Aqualyx is obviously of significant interest to people who have stubborn body fat.  We must make it very clear that Aqualyx is not a substitute for diet and exercise and cannot fix you if you are overweight.  It is for stubborn areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise.

What to expect during the procedure

At your appointment you will fill out your details and medical history form, once it is signed, you will have your consultation and your questions on treatment with Aqualyx will be answered. If you decide to have treatment, you will be numbed up with a local anesthetic and the work begins. The solution has local anesthetic added to it, some patients do not report pain but others say the procedure is quite uncomfortable. Once the procedure is finished, you will experience some swelling immediately and this will gradually diminish in the following days.  
Is Aqualyx right for me?

Aqualyx is a treatment for stubborn areas of fat.  It is not a substitute for diet and exercise and it is certainly not a substitute to liposuction.

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