What is Lipolysis? How is it applied?

Today, aesthetic applications are not performed only with surgical interventions. At the same time, it is possible to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance with non-surgical technologies. Especially in body shaping, non-surgical technologies are used much more frequently. These technologies are generally based on getting rid of regional fat and achieving a more aesthetic body.  Lipolysis is an effective treatment method based on the subcutaneous injection of the PPC (phosphaditylcholine) substance obtained from soy, which ensures the removal of your regional excesses naturally.

Compared to liposuction surgeries, the reasons such as the lack of surgery, low cost, no side effects, and short time to return to daily life make lipolysis applications more attractive.

In Which Areas Is Lipolysis Applied?

– Lipolysis, which aims to get rid of unwanted regional fat and body shaping, can be applied in all areas with regional fat. (abdominal, hip, leg, arm, neck)

What are Lipolysis Application and Its Effects?

In lipolysis application, PPC substance is injected into the area where regional lubrication is seen with very fine needles of 10 – 13 cm. This substance increases the permeability of fat cells, allowing them to be broken down and destroyed by the liver. It is then expelled by the body’s natural lymphatic system. Since the body naturally expels the fats, there are no effects such as sagging after liposuction operations.

The effects of the lipolysis application begin immediately after the treatment. At the end of the second session, approximately 1-2 months after the treatment, it provides a visible thinning.

Is Lipolysis Applicable to Every Person?

  • In people with heart failure,
  • In patients with diabetes,
  • In people with liver and kidney disease,
  • During pregnancy / breastfeeding,
  • Lipolysis is not applied in patients receiving anticoagulant therapy.

In addition, it is not a form of treatment applied to obese people, it is only applied in regional adiposity treatments.

Session Duration and Number of Sessions

The session duration is approximately 15 – 45 minutes depending on the size of the area to be treated. between. The number of sessions is determined according to the patient’s expectations. Satisfactory results are obtained at the end of 2-6 sessions with an average of 2-4 week intervals.

Post-Application Warnings

  • Due to the breakdown of fats by the liver, alcohol should not be consumed during treatment and recovery.

Sunbathing and solarium should be avoided during the lipolysis treatment. After the skin sensitivity and bruises heal at the end of the treatment, it is okay for the patient to sunbathe.