WHAT IS DESO BODY?
Deso Body is an injectable fat dissolver which is designed to treat stubborn pockets of fat. It contains the ingredient sodium deoxycholate (deoxycholic acid), which is designed to break down fat cells.
Deso body works by breaking up and liquefying the fat cells, destroying them permanently and releasing the lipids that are then eliminated and drained naturally via the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system drains and manages fluid levels in the body.
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WHAT AREAS CAN BE TREATED WITH DESO BODY?
Deso body can be used on areas of fat that remain, despite the patient being a healthy weight. For example, the thighs, knees, chin, back, stomach, hips and so on.
On average, a client will need 2 to 4 vials of Deso body injections per area, each session. The amount will vary depending on the area being treated, for example the chin may require fewer vials than the stomach. It should be administered over 3 to 4 sessions every 6 weeks. This number also varies depending on the treatment areas.
Results will be visible after 2 to 3 weeks, but the time frame will differ per person.
HOW LONG WILL THE RESULTS LAST FOR?
The results should be permanent as long as the patient has a healthy lifestyle, diet, and exercises regularly.
ARE THERE ANY RISKS OR SIDE EFFECTS?
Deso body typically has minimal side effects when compared to more invasive procedures, such as liposuction.
Side effects include some redness, swelling and tenderness in the treated area. Some people may experience some slight bruising, but this and any other side effects will usually resolve within a few days. You may need to take over the counter painkillers to control any pain or discomfort.
Deso body is not recommended for women that are pregnant or breastfeeding. It should only be used in people that are aged 18 to 60. You should inform your doctor of any medication you take or allergies you have, as well as any medical conditions.
Patients should avoid hot baths and showers on the day that they receive the treatment. After the treatment, a compression garment, such as spanks, are recommended to be worn on the treated area. Any creams or exfoliants or self-tan should be avoided for at least a week after the treatment.