Lipodissolve claims to melt localized fat deposits using non-invasive PCDC injections

Lipodissolve claims to melt localized fat deposits using non-invasive PCDC injections

Lipodissolve claims to melt localized fat deposits using non-invasive PCDC injections

Dimpled, lumpy skin — the excess fat deposits medically known as cellulite — affects more than 90 percent of American women. Cellulite does not discriminate between different body types; affects the full spectrum of women from physically fit to clinically obese. Cellulite is not caused by being overweight and often does not respond to even the strictest diets and exercise regimens. Cellulite, which usually affects the back of the legs and buttocks, isn’t the only type of unwanted fat that refuses to budge with traditional weight loss treatments. Other problematic fat areas are made up of adipose tissue and include the inner thighs, abdomen, arms, arms and thighs. Every year, millions of Americans try drug after drug to smooth out their problematic body parts, only to be disappointed with less than satisfactory results.

Many people who are dissatisfied with the appearance of their bodies have recently turned to a fat-dissolving procedure called lipodissolve or sometimes injectable lipolysis. Lipodissolve is a relatively non-invasive treatment that uses micro fine needles to inject a combination of phosphatidylcholine and sodium deoxycholate directly into fat tissue. Once injected, the drugs work to dissolve the fat cells. As the fat cells dissolve, the body is thought to clear them out through the liver through the body’s normal waste removal process.

Proponents of lipodissolve claim that any area above the knee can be treated with lipodissolve, which is usually done on the abdomen, hips, thighs, jowls and under the chin. Procedures usually take 20-30 minutes. Practitioners may or may not administer anesthesia for the pain and discomfort commonly associated with lipodissolve injections. Lipodissolve customers often experience mild swelling, bruising, redness and soreness. Proponents tell clients that improvement in appearance occurs after approximately four weeks and will last for up to twelve weeks as the body continues to eliminate dissolved fat.

Proponents of lipodissolve claim that it really works, even though lipodissolve drugs have not been thoroughly studied or approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, which states that lipodissolve (often called “PC/DC”) involves the administration of “unapproved drugs for unapproved used.” Meanwhile, Kansas tried to pass legislation prohibiting doctors from administering PC/DC injections. However, a Kansas court blocked the legislation from going into effect while the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts gathered public input and held further discussions about the merits and dangers. of this currently unapproved therapy Outside the US, several countries have banned or warned against PC/DC treatments, including Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Canada.

Mesotherapy, like lipodissolve, is another minimally invasive fat injection treatment that claims to shrink or melt fat cells. Mesotherapy is similar to lipodissolve in that it is an injection treatment, but in mesotherapy, conventional drugs, amino acids, vitamins and minerals are injected into the middle layer of the skin, not the fat layer. Critics say there is no standard prescription used by mesotherapy practitioners, which is one reason many doctors and state regulators are skeptical.

People who undergo mesotherapy hope to improve the appearance of their skin above the fatty deposits by smoothing and tightening the skin’s connective tissue. The results, which can appear after ten to 25 treatment sessions, are an even skin tone rather than the ripples common to fatty areas. Each session lasts approximately 45 minutes, with most recipients returning to work the same day.

No amount of dieting and exercise can offer “spot reduction” or fat reduction from targeted areas of the body. Lipodissolve and mesotherapy, on the other hand, are said to reduce fat only where it appears in excess. Fat injection treatment is non-surgical and promises a better looking body quickly. However, there is little formal research conducted by doctors to determine whether lipodissolve and mesotherapy are safe and effective. And although PC/DC remains unapproved in the US and is banned or warned in Brazil, the UK and Canada, the lipodissolve business continues to operate in the country. Additionally, lipodissolve and mesotherapy practitioners should remind their clients that fat injection is not the ultimate solution to good looks. Clients need a healthy diet and exercise to achieve maximum results.

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