Aqualix Intralipotherapy Fat Reduction

Aqualyx fat reductionAqualyx Intralipotherapy is a safe non-invasive treatment which in removes localised fatty deposits. Results are typically visible after 2-4 sessions. Intralipotherapy treatment is an alternative for patients who are not suitable for surgical liposuction, or who prefer a non surgical treatment. Aqualyx Intralipotherapy is not equivalent to liposuction but for some, it is a good alternative. In particular it works well for people wanting very localised fat reduction.

Intralipotherapy techniques have been shown to give good results for small to medium areas on the stomach, flanks, upper arm, legs, hips, knees and double chin. The treatment can also be used to reduce lipomas (benign tumours composed of fatty tissue).

Aqualyx treatment

Aqualyx ® Intralipotherapy must always be administered by a licensed medical professional specifically trained in this specialised technique. It is a walk in walk out procedure with no down time. You can normally resume normal activity straight after treatment though there might be some tenderness or bruising in the treatment area.

Aqualyx fat reduction in Hampshire

FAQ

What is Aqualyx?
Aqualix is a form of intralipotherapy. Intralipotherapy is a treatment using a product such as Aqualyx which disolves fatty tissue. Aqualyx was developed to treat localised pockets of fat underneath the surface of the skin.

What is it used For?
Aqualyx can be used to treat stubborn fat in a number of areas, including the hips, thighs and knees, the area underneath the buttocks, the stomach and back and the chin and the area underneath the chin. It can also be used to treat pseudo-gynaecomastia, the development of fatty tissue around the nipple, resulting in a “breast”-like appearance in men, (due to weight gain rather than the growth of actual breast tissue as seen in genuine male gynaecomastia).

How does intralipotherapy work?
The intralipotherapy solution is injected into the treatment area where it alters the surface tension of the fat cell membrane and increases the permeability. An ultrasound device may then be applied over the surface of the skin in the targeted area which causes the  movement of liquids both inside and outside the fat cells. Fat cells will then start to break up, the contents of which is then metabolised through the lymphatic system and excreted.

What happens during treatment?
Before treatment starts a local anaesthetic, lidocaine, will usually be administered. During treatment typically two intection sites are used.  Sometimes the doctor may add the lidocaine anaesthetic to the Aqualyx solution so that the two are injected together. Both methods minimise discomfort of the treatment. After the Aqualyx has been administered, an ultrasound device may be used to help break up the fat cells.

How long does it last?
Aqualyx gives permanent results as long as lifestyle permits, i.e. if you follow a healthy diet and exercise frequently following treatment. If you regain weight, it is likely that the fat pockets will reappear. Healthy lifestyle is key to prolonging the results of any fat loss treatment and Aqualyx is no exception.

Side effects & risks
Aqualix is a treatment with minimal side effects when compared to more invasive procedures, such as liposuction. Side effects include some redness, swelling and tenderness or bruising in the treated area. The manufacturers report that to date no major side effects of AQUALYX use have been reported to them.

How much does Aqualyx cost?
The cost of treatment will depend on how many vials of product are used. As a rough guide, you can find our full treatment and price list here. We will always give you an itemised breakdown of your treatment plan so that you can be confident that there are no hidden costs.

 

Aqualyx was developed by body contouring expert Professor Motolese. Please see video below to see him performing the procedure.

Aqualix fat reduction in Chandlers Ford near Eastleigh, handy for Southampton, Winchester and Andover. Call us today on  02380 270 698.