What is Lipolysis?
Lipolysis is an effective local slimming, regional fat melting method. In practice, phosphatidyl choline obtained from soy is used. While it was used in very small amounts in mesotherapy cocktails in the form of different compounds (compounds prepared with lineloic and oleic acid), lipotherapy is also applied in pure and large amounts.
In addition to some tissue revitalizing and blood flow increasing agents, auxiliary agents added depending on whether the tissue is hard or soft, saggy or fit vary. When the appropriate patient is selected, it is a very effective treatment method as it gets results close to liposuction.
Phosphatidyl choline has been used in high doses for approximately 10 years as a cholesterol lowering agent, helping to control blood pressure, and intravenous administration for similar purposes in paralyzed patients. For this reason, it is an active ingredient with proven efficacy and safety and approved by the FDA. It is a phosphoglyceride found in most cell membranes of advanced organisms.
Since it shows its effect by increasing the fluidity and permeability of the membrane of the fat cell, it facilitates the exit of the ipidic composition out of the cell. As a result, it shows its effect by bringing the fat cell to normal sizes and even destroying the fat cell.
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For What Purposes Is Lipolysis Used?
Lipotherapy is used for deformities due to lubrication, cellulite treatment, gynecomastia, lipoma and removal of fat around the eyes, under-eye bags. It has been effective in eliminating the fat in custody, which is called cholesterol deposits, for about five years. It can also be applied in the treatment of deformities that may occur after surgical removal of fat. It is especially effective in eliminating the orange peel appearance caused by cellulite. It is also used in the treatment of men’s back fat deposits.
How Many Sessions Should be Applied for Lipolysis?
How many sessions of lipolysis will be successful depends on the weight, age and amount of fat in the body. Generally, a minimum of two to four sessions should be applied to the problem areas. 80 percent of patients notice the change in their bodies after the second session. After each session, the body automatically resets the fat wastes that are dissolved in natural ways. In very frequent applications, total fat loss may result. It is possible to exceed the effect you want to achieve in high-dose applications. By observing the effect, application is made at intervals of 4-6 weeks.
It has been observed that the effect begins to be seen after the third week, peaks gradually and continues after 6 weeks. It is possible to see the real effect after the second session. After this period, patients can observe that the thinning is also noticed from the environment. Although the number of sessions is planned as 4-8, it is determined by the amount of drug used and the size of the target fat mass. The amount of dose to be applied in one session is determined.