Yes it’s true, you can get rid of unwanted chin fat without surgery!
Injections are made into the area underneath your chin. It works by breaking down the unwanted fat under your chin over the next few weeks and is a long-lasting, non-surgical answer to the double chin that haunts so many of us.
The treatment is based on deoxycholic acid, a chemical that is found naturally in the human body that disrupts the cell membrane of fat cells. The acid disrupts the adipocyte and lipocyte membranes, releasing the fat cells which are then easily absorbed by our natural body systems. Being an acid that occurs naturally in our body, deoxycholic acid injections are an effective treatment that is long-lasting, fast working and very safe.
Normally produced by the body to break down the fat that we eat, this injection has been safely used internationally to break down unwanted fat cells under the chin too.
You can go back to your normal activities the day after your procedure. Some people may experience mild side effects such as swelling, bruising or soreness post-procedure.
Improvement is usually seen within weeks of the first procedure. A minimum of 2 treatments are usually required, spaced 2 months apart. Best results can be seen after approximately 12 weeks.
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