Lipodissolve Vs. Mesotherapy - What's the Difference?

can a doctor pls tell me whats involved with mesotherapie and lip disolve. how are they different from each other and which will get rid of my belly fat and extra weight?

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Are mesotherapy and Lipodissolve the same thing? The...

Are mesotherapy and Lipodissolve the same thing?

The question of the difference between LipoDissolve and mesotherapy is one that is hotly debated.

  • Mesotherapy is a general term for the injection of materials into the middle layer of skin for therapeutic results. It is a very general term, and it is used for many things including the treatment of unwanted fat, cellulite, hair loss, keloid scars, joint pain, and skin rejuvenation, plus many others.
  • In my opinion, LipoDissolve is a type of mesotherapy. Using an analogy, if you look in a parking lot, you see automobiles, and a Jaguar is a type of automobile seen in the parking lot. I will note that many LipoDissolve purists consider LipoDissolve completely separate from mesotherapy, but if you look at the techniques, formulas, and volumes used currently by well-known practitioners of mesotherapy and LipoDissolve, they are very similar.

Once again, I look at LipoDissolve as a unique standalone treatment for the dissolution of unwanted fat; however, it is very similar to certain procedures that people are doing in mesotherapy. Even though I consider LipoDissolve a type of mesotherapy, I would specifically caution anyone who wants to have unwanted fat treated to go to someone who is trained in classical LipoDissolve Ultra. I think this is the big difference. When you want LipoDissolve, go to someone who calls himself or herself an expert in LipoDissolve therapy, most notably LipoDissolve Ultra.

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