Aqualyx Fat Treatment

Dissolve stubborn areas of fat, restoring your natural shape…

What is Aqualyx Fat Dissolving Treatment?

The Aqualyx Treatment has been introduced to dissolve stubborn areas of fat through injection techniques.

This is an ideal treatment for areas such as…

  • Thighs
  • Stomach
  • Saddle bags
  • Double chin
  • Knees
  • Fat depots on the buttock

Aqualyx Fat Treatment

How does the Aqualyx Treatment work?

The human body naturally stores fat and every body distributes the body fat by a unique genetically determined pattern.

In almost all cases, this inherent distribution of fat, can not be solved by adopting a healthy lifestyle. You may eat a well balanced diet and exercise regularly, yet you still may have a stubborn area of fat that you are unable to reduce.

Aqualyx contains an active substance called Desoxychol acid. This is a naturally occurring acid within the body and it’s essential function is involved in the digestion of fat.

What is the Aqualyx Treatment procedure?

A detailed medical history is taken prior to any treatment to determine if you are suitable for this treatment. The treated area of skin is cleansed with a Chlorhexidine solution. The solution is then injected into the fat through a special Aqualyx Cannula. 

Normally two injection sites are needed per region. Lignocaine is added to the Aqualyx for a comfortable experience. The treatment is relatively painless. You may experience a warm sensation.

How many Aqualyx Treatments are required?

The number of treatments is dependent on the personal response of every individual, and the area to be treated. A client may need anything from 2 to 6 treatments.

Are there any side effects of Aqualyx?

  • Swelling of the treated area (4-6 days)
  • Bruising
  • Redding of the skin (up to 2 days)
  • Minor aches and pains

What is the Cost of Aqualyx?

£395 for one area
£495 for 2 areas

You can book a treatment by calling us direct or using the form below…

Aqualyx Booking Form

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