Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections

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What is Aqualyx?

Aqualyx is an injectable compound formed from the deoxycholate family which is a physically modified form of an acid. These acids cause fat destruction in the body. They may be injected into different parts of the body like the back, chin, hips, knees, stomach, arms and thighs.

When these substance is injected into the targeted area of the body, then the fat cells breakdown and and the cell residue are removed by the body’s scavenger cells and the fatty acids are converted into energy and this result gives a smoother, more contoured appearance to the treated area.

It is aimed at reducing the stubborn pockets of fats that don’t go with dieting and or exercises. Each treatment not only removes the stubborn fat pockets but also reduces cellulite and tightens the skin, which means you are not left with sagging skin post fat removal.

Who is an ideal candidate for Aqualyx?

  • Aqualyx is intended for those candidates:
  • who do not want invasive liposuction or laser lipo treatment,
  • who do not have a large amount of fat to be removed, and
  • who are between 18 years and 60 years of age.

It can be safely administered to any localized collection of fat like; double chin and jowls, stomach, waist, saddlebags, chest, hip, inner or outer thighs, upper arms, back, buttocks, and pseudo-gynecomastia in men.

It is unfortunately not suitable for pregnant or lactating women, or if you have skin diseases or infections, or if you have any condition affecting fat processing in your body.

How is the injection applied?

The treatment area is first cleaned and a topical anesthetic is applied. Aqualyx is then injected into the targeted area of your body. The amount of Aqualyx used and the number of injections will depend upon the area being treated. The area will feel warm and you may experience a slight burning or stinging sensation. Lidocaine is added to Aqualyx as a local anesthetic so that the procedure becomes comfortable.

How does Aqualyx work?

It is possible to inject Aqualyx into the subcutaneous fatty layer of the skin using 0.5 ml or 1 ml insulin syringes with needles. It works by creating an inflammatory reaction in the fat cells which can result in swelling for 3-5 days. This swelling can be obvious during facial treatments. Swelling can be reduced with the use of a cool pack wrapped in a clean cloth used for a maximum of 20 minutes. After the injection, you must avoid extreme temperatures, spas, and swimming pools for three days, physical exercise for 10 days, and other radiofrequency treatments for 14 days.

How many sessions of Aqualyx do I need?

The number of treatments required varies depending on the thickness of the fat to be removed. Typically 2-4 treatments for small areas (eg. jowls) and 2-8 treatments for larger areas (eg. thighs) at six-weekly intervals are required.

How quickly will I see the results?

A reduction in fat deposits can usually be seen after just one treatment. Three to eight sessions are required to see the optimal effect. However, results may vary from person to person and also depends on the physician. Younger patients are more likely to see the results after a longer period.

How many sessions of Aqualyx do I need?

The number of treatments required varies depending on the thickness of the fat to be removed. Typically 2-4 treatments for small areas (eg. jowls) and 2-8 treatments for larger areas (eg. thighs) at six-weekly intervals are required.

How quickly will I see the results?

A reduction in fat deposits can usually be seen after just one treatment. Three to eight sessions are required to see the optimal effect. However, results may vary from person to person and also depends on the physician. Younger patients are more likely to see the results after a longer period.

Are there any side effects?

Though minimal, Aqualyx isn’t without its side effects. Patients can expect a little skin irritation, redness, bruising, swelling, and edema which usually resolve after a few days. It is also possible you could have an allergic reaction to one or more of the substances present in Aqualyx. However, a full medical history is taken before the treatment to reduce the side effects.

Where can I find a qualified doctor for Aqualyx injections?

Aqualyx injections are available at our Renew Skin and Health Clinic in Royal Leamington Spa. This treatment is done by Dr. Nisha Jha. She is a qualified doctor who is also trained in various other advanced cosmetic procedures. In our Clinic, you can avoid the long NHS waiting time to see a specialist. We provide you with a same-day appointment and at an affordable cost. We have the service available every day.

The cost of treatment depends on the area(s) being treated and the indication. The consultation fee is £50 for assessment.

For further queries, you can call the clinic on 01926 422 454 or WhatsApp Dr Nisha directly on 07852 926 579 between 9 am to 5 pm (Monday to Friday). We encourage you to connect to Dr. Nisha directly via whatsApp and ask her all necessary and appropriate questions directly.

Disclaimer: Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Therapy varies from person to person.

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We always take great care to offer treatments that offer the best results. Our trained and certified medical staff are prepared to provide proper medical treatment and to address various skin blemishes you may have.

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