I am happy that you as well have had good results with Lipodissolve. This compound has been in use for many years in Europe , Asia and South America. Studies have been published describing dosage, frequency and amount for the abdomen and eyelids. Kythera has been FDA approved for use in the submental region. Most physicians are leary to use thiese solutions as they lack experience clear clinical parameters for use. Yet they often push the "non-invasive" fat melting machines which do not work for all patients and are expensive.
Please consult with an experienced Board Certified Plastic Surgeon prior to making treatment decisions.
unfortunately, this product has not been well regulated as to how or who does this.. early FDA trials have started with Kythera.
i think you will see more injectables again in the future
Thank you for your question. I have included a web reference which describes in detail why most reputable doctors advise against lipossolve, also known as mesotherapy.
The "issue" with lipodissolve or mesotherapy is that until recently, none of the products used had been tested by the FDA. So many places were using crazy cocktails of products, and sometimes putting people in danger. I agree with you that the treatment is effective and great - and very reasonably priced! So for many people, it's wonderful. I expect with the more recent approval of Kythera's ATX-101 (approved for submental fat only at this time), more doctors will be doing these types of injections. ATX-101 is deoxycholic acid, which is what I have used in my office with great success for over 10 years.
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