Fat dissolving injections.
Dissolves fat cells in the face, neck and body.
DesoFace and Desobody, the next generation in fat dissolving injectables, permanently dissolve fat cells within the body.
“It works! I saw results from the first treatment. I was worried it might be uncomfortable but Allison is so gentle I hardly felt a thing.”
No matter how well we take care of ourselves we so often find that there can still be pockets of fat that stubbornly refuse to go away.
DesoFace and DesoBody are the next generation of injectables for the dissolving of localised fat deposits around the face and body. As the names suggest DesoBody is for use on the body and DesoFace is for use on the face, chin and neck. DesoFace is very popular for treating double chins and under-chin fat.
Is Deso different to older fat-dissolving injectables?
Yes. Deso is a more recent development using cutting edge science in the form of sodium deoxycholate which breaks down fat cells in way that has been proven to be safer and more effective than previous solutions.
It also requires fewer injections making it more comfortable than older fat-dissolving treatments.
What areas can be treated?
With DesoFace we can treat:
- Under-chin fat
With Desobody we can treat:
- Inner thighs
- Back fat
- Saddle bags
- Top of the back
How does it work?
Deso works by destroying the walls of fat cells. The content is then flushed out of the body’s system naturally.
How long do the results last?
The destroyed cells can’t return. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. Remaining fat cells can still store more fat so measures should be taken not to gain weight in future.
Is the treatment uncomfortable?
Any discomfort during treatment is minimised by the initial use of local anaesthetic. Deso also contains an anaesthetic which continues to work after the treatment.
Allison is a skilled and experienced and injector who is well known for her gentleness.
How soon will I see the results?
The solution requires time to take effect, gradually reducing the fat in the treated areas. Everyone’s constitution is different but normally, after two or three weeks, you’ll start to see the positive effects. The removal of fat can continue for up to six weeks.
How many treatments will I need?
While results can be seen from one treatment you may require three or four treatments to see the best results. These can be taken six weeks or longer apart. The length of time between treatments doesn’t affect the results.
Is the treatment safe?
This treatment is very safe when administered by a medical professional. Allison will discuss any possible side-effects with you during consultation.
Are there any contraindications?
Allison will discuss these at the consultation. Contraindications include:
- Pregnancy or breast feeding
- Compromised immunity
- Acute illness or infection
- Allergy to the product
- Acute infections
- Liver disease
- Systemic disease
- Acute thyroiditis
- Anti-coagulation or clotting disorders
- Previous allergic reaction to Lidocaine or Sodium Deoxycholate
Is there any downtime?
There may be some swelling and redness at the injection sites but these don’t normally last more than a few hours.
You may feel some tenderness in the treated area to begin with but this shouldn’t interfere with your day-to-day life.
£300 – £400
£250 – £300
£300 – £400
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Get in touch to make an appointment or to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.
The Coach House
51 Sackville Street
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