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Mesotherapy, in its most common usage, refers to multiple injections of tiny amounts of a particular subtance (or combination of agents) within the skin to achieve a specific purpose. It is probably most commonly associated with the use of injectables to shrink unwanted fat deposits, such as those under the chin, love handle areas, sides of knees and around the bra straps. At the present time, there are no commercial products available in the U.S, although two companies are in...
Treating fat accumulations with mesotherapy is not yet FDA approved in USA. The substance used is phosphadityl choline/deoxycholate. Treatment results overseas are variable, but generally good.