How do Deso Fat Dissolvers work?

The fundamental basis for losing weight is a calorie deficit which basically occurs when we consume fewer calories than we burn (or burn more calories than we consume).

Combining a balanced, nutrient-rich diet with regular exercise is generally considered to be a sensible approach to steady weight loss.

Nevertheless, some people feel they have pockets of stubborn fat that just don’t seem to diminish despite all the deliberate exercise they can muster.

Fat dissolvers can help target the issue. Some have been designed specifically for areas on the face and neck while others target areas on the body such as upper arms, abdomen, back or knees and can be an option for people who prefer treatment with an injectable, non-surgical, minimally invasive approach.

Fat Dissolvers for use in cosmetics were first developed around 2009, but Deso Fat Dissolvers have been developed far more recently. In fact, they are some of the latest on the market, and use sodium deoxycholate (an FDA approved active ingredient).

Their main component is deoxycholic acid – a bile acid which emulsifies and makes dietary fats in the intestine soluble. When injected under the skin, it disrupts cell membranes in fat-rich cells and breaks down the cells in fatty tissue around the injection site. The fat travels through the cell membranes from where it is metabolised and disposed of by the body.

For people who are only slightly over, or within a normal body weight range, Deso Fat Dissolvers can be a great solution for minimising annoying areas of fat.

Although it’s quite normal for people to have some mild side effects including initial redness, a little bruising and localised swelling, or feel generally tender in the treated area, daily routines and activities should be able to continue with minimal downtime. And of course, an aesthetic practitioner should advise you on post-treatment care.

Everyone is different, but most people begin to see results from the treatment after 2-3 weeks. Depending on a person’s requirements, such as the amount of fat to be treated, or the treatment area, they may undertake a course of 3-4 treatments which have about a 6-week interval in between.

By using a medically trained practitioner, clients can be reassured that their aesthetician is focused on client safety and is fully qualified to perform the procedures they are offering to provide.

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