Fat Dissolving

Do you struggle with stubborn areas of fat? Do you go to the Gym or a healthy diet not working?

All the exercise and dieting in the world doesn’t always seem to be enough to get rid of fat in certain areas, such as the hips and waist. Furthermore, many people may have fatty areas of their faces that they dislike, such as double chins and fat around the jaw.

While liposuction is one option, other less invasive fat-dissolving treatments for the face and body have emerged.

Aqualyx is an injectable compound made up of a group of acids that help the body burn fat. The water-based solution contains ingredients that bind to fat cell walls before rupturing and releasing the fat for your body to dissolve.

To put it simply, the acids in Aqualyx liquefy and permanently destroy fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body through the lymphatic system.


Typical Questions:

How safe is Aqualyx?
Aqualyx is a safe and effective fat-dissolving injection designed to work with your body to get rid of excess fat cells.


Does Aqualyx get rid of cellulite?


Do you lose weight with Aqualyx?
Aqualyx is a fat-removal therapy used as an alternative to liposuction. It is not intended for weight loss, but rather to improve the contour of the body.


Are fat dissolving injections permanent?
Once a fat cell has been destroyed, it has been permanently removed from your body. And the good news is that this cannot be undone, so the results are permanent.


Aqualyx injections are ideal for clients who prefer minimally invasive treatments and are very effective for face and body sculpting.


The following areas can be treated with Aqualyx:

Double Chin
The prejowl sulcus (a drooping of flesh that forms the ‘sides’ of a double chin) is a drooping of flesh that forms the ‘sides’ of a double chin.
Arms (upper)
Buttocks, chest, and inner thighs fat deposits.


How soon will I notice the difference


Within six weeks, most clients notice a noticeable difference, with subsequent treatments improving the overall result. The number of treatments needed varies from one to eight, with four-week intervals between them.