• Upper and lower abdomen
  • Thighs
  • Upper arms
  • Fat bulges below the bra-line
  • “Love handles”
  • Saddlebags
  • Double chin
  • Residual fat deposits post-liposuction
  • Cellulite
In this particular treatment injections are administered that contain several types of vitamins, minerals and Homeopathic medicines etc. These are introduced to the mesoderm ( middle layer of fat and tissue beneath the skin.) Fat is melted under the skin by around 1 pound fat per week. This treatment is frequently applied to the arms, waist , hips, back and legs all in one session.

What Is in the Injection?

The main ingredients used include phosphatidylcholine, multivitamins and saline. Phosphatidylcholine is natural lecithin that contains two unsaturated fatty acids ( Linoleic- and alpha Linoleic acids) extracted from the soy plant.

Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) is actually produced by the body itself, but the body’s version includes saturated fatty acids (

To make PPC injectable, it requires a solvent which also needs to be a detergent substance; deoxycholic acid is used in the emulsification of fats for the absorption in the intestine.

When injected into fatty tissue with very thin needles, the double layer of the fat cell membrane swell and harden and the agent, which acts as a detergent, begins the fat breakdown, transforming the fat cells into tiny little fat particles of nano-size (one-millionth of a millimetre). The final process occurs in the liver where the fat is completely broken down into carbon dioxide and water.

Short term side effects from the injections are temporary and may include slight bruising, pain and swelling which can be treated as needed.


Patients will need a properly maintained diet, regulated hormone levels, and an exercise regimen.

Additional information


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