Lipodissolve is a phrase becoming more and more common. Most of us are familiar with the term Liposuction, however, the two procedures are extremely different.
Technically speaking, Lipodissolve is an innovative application of homeopathic medication into the “mesoderm” or middle layer of the skin, that specifically targets localized fat and cellulite deposits. The treatment slowly dissolves fat deposits with injections of a fat-dissolving substance called Phospatidylcholine, a natural substance derived from soy bean lecithin. Phosphatidylcholine makes up 40% of our cell membranes, and is found throughout our bodies. The body naturally eliminates the residue after a Lipodissolve session over the following three to four weeks. The average downtime is 2 -3 days. No anesthetic is required.
Liposuction involves the use of anesthesia and a cannulae (probe) that basically rips the fatty tissue from its location. A local, or sometimes general, anesthetic is required. The process involves the harsh liquidation and suction of the fatty tissue, and can be quite painful. The downtime can be extensive, and you have to always be careful to move your pant line up and down so that you don’t end up with an unexpected fat deposit – that is, once the bandages come off.
Okay, so all that being said, Lipodissolve (my fat reduction treatment of choice), is a non-invasive way to get rid of those unwanted love handles, arm flaps, and in my case, belly paunch. I’ve been going to the gym religiously for almost 2 years, and no matter how much cardio and core work I do, I can’t get rid of that stubborn belly fat.
After having two Lipodissolve treatments four years ago, I went from a size 14 to a 12. Now, I didn’t actually lose weight from the Lipodissolve, just a couple inches off my abdomen. (Ha! – “just a couple inches” – Just!) I’m hoping that after another two treatments, I’ll go from an 8 to a six. (YES, an 8!! – I did say I started going to the gym) I will keep you posted of my progress. In the meantime, here are some pictures of other people to get you motivated:
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