Injection lipolysis is a non-surgical body contouring based on the introduction of with the help of injections of a fat-dissolving substance (phosphatidylcholine with deoxycholate sodium). As a result, cells dissolve, released fats are broken down into metabolism and excreted from the body. Lipolysis is currently the most modern method of aesthetic medicine that allows non-surgical, permanent and effective reduction of adipose tissue.

What is injection lipolysis?

During injection lipolysis, adipose tissue is eliminated by administration injections of a substance that leads to the dissolution of fat cells. The injection sites produce a controlled and deliberate minor state inflammatory adipose tissue. The fats released from the cells go into the blood and are there transported to the liver where they are broken down and then excreted from the body. The injection lipolysis procedure takes place under local anesthesia. The important thing is that you are a patient and he does not have to prepare himself for it. After the injections are given, it may appear swelling and redness, sometimes there is also slight bruising with a needle. Places the treated bodies sometimes become more sensitive to pressure and touch, patients they may also feel slight pain or itching of the skin. However, this reaction usually persists for several days after the procedure and it gradually subsides. To alleviate these ailments, painkillers and antihistamines are used. After injection lipolysis you can immediately return to full activity. The procedure takes up to 30 minutes on average, depending on the part of the body to which the preparation is administered. To achieve the expected results, it is recommended to perform a series of 3-6 treatments repeated every 4 weeks. A good one is the therapy is complemented by lymphatic massage which accelerates the removal of fat from cells.


Injection lipolysis is suitable for people who want to reduce excess body fat in selected parts of the body. The treatment allows you to get rid of such problems as:

  • folds of fat on the abdomen,
  • double chin,
  • fat pads around the armpits,
  • folds on the back below the ribs, • fatty, so-called bull’s neck,
  • male gynecomastia,
  • too thick buttocks, thighs, knees, • too wide hips


  • pregnancy and breastfeeding,
  • blood coagulation disorders,
  • epilepsy
  • severe liver and kidney problems
  • active skin infections at the injection site (atopic dermatitis, eczema, rosacea, acne vulgaris, skin neoplasms, keloids, seborrheic inflammation skin, psoriasis)
  • allergy to the ingredients of the preparation,
  • Obesity
  • Diseases of the thyroid gland
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Cancers