Lipodissolve: The Good & The Bad

by - Sunday, February 03, 2013

Developed in Italy in the early 1980s, LipoDissolve is a treatment for fat reduction that can be suitable for both men and women. This procedure entails a series of administered micro-injections to dissolve unwanted fat deposits. Known to be a less invasive alternative to liposuction, this treatment aims to reduce fats that are stored in various areas of the body including the stomach, upper arms, thighs, buttocks, and chin, among others. Its main components include Deoxycholate, Plant Extracts, Soybean extract called Phosphatidylcholine, Enzymes, and Alpha Lipid Acid.

Those who are interested in going through the LipoDissolve procedure need to know everything about it, and this includes its good and bad sides.

The Good Side

  • Unlike other fat reduction treatment that uses surgical cuts, LipoDissolve [http://www.thevictoriancosmeticinstitute.com.au/liposuction/] uses an injection that is less painful or no pain at all, less scary, relaxing, and has a faster recovery without any marks or stitches.

  • The treatment will not only work on minor parts of the body like the hands or face but also on the extensive parts like legs, thighs, and stomach. It also works great in treating sensitive parts of the body such as the eyes.
  • It only takes a few sessions to see major results and the recovery is quick with very little or nearly no pain and no downtime. The patient can immediately continue his or her everyday routine.
  • The fats in the treated area will simply melt away, providing a natural looking result. The skin in the treat area is slightly tightened as the treatment does not only dissolves fats but also produces new cells, which tightens the skin and improves the body’s overall appearance.
  • Though some patients experienced several temporary side effects like mild bruising, dizziness, and fever, the treatment imposes lesser risks compared to other fat reduction procedures.

    The Bad Side

  • Though the treatment contains mainly of two naturally-made chemicals called deoxycholate and phosphatidylcholine, the other chemical ingredient used in LipoDissolve are not yet approved by the FDA for use.
  • The treatment still needs more studies to determine if it is safe or unsafe for use. There is no solid evidence that has been established yet about its effectiveness and long term effects.
  • Several reports show that the procedure resulted to numerous side effect, complications, and adverse health conditions such as mild to extreme allergic reactions, terrible pain after the procedure at the injected area, tissue and cell damage, bacterial infections, fever, dizziness, nausea, mild diarrhea, erratic or increase menstrual bleeding, lumps under the skin, and skin dimpling.
  • No one exactly knows where the melted fats go inside the body or how effectively they have been eliminated. This leads to additional health concerns as the dissolve fats can be absorbed by the blood vessels, which may contribute to heart diseases and liver damage.
    Overall, just like any other types of fat reduction treatments, it is important to discuss each and every concern regarding Lipodissolve treatment with your doctor. Make sure to do research and learn everything about the procedure, along with the associated costs, side effects, and risks.
    The Author: Jane is a Beauty Technician from Melbourne, Australia. She says that LipoDissolve is becoming increasingly popular in Australia and she has seen some great results from her clients.
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