Dissolve fatty stubborn deposits non surgically through  fat dissolving injections.

This treatment works on the principle using the injection of Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) to reduce fatty deposits. Stubborn fat deposits that previously were resistant to diet and exercise can be dissolved using Lipolysis Injection Therapy.

What are Fat dissolving injections?

PPC / Phosphatidylcholine is the main natural ingredient which targets the cellular walls of fatty tissues by bursting the cell walls and reducing stubborn fatty tissue.

How do  Fat dissolving Injections work?

Fat dissolving injections are  a non surgical injection therapy that removes fatty deposits that are resistant to diet or exercise. It is not a method for weight loss but rather assists to  sculpt and contour the body. The substance is injected into the superficial fat layer.

The treatment has been used safely and effectively on targeted areas for many years. This substance causes the fat cell walls to dissolve. It is transported to the liver and then eliminated by the body’s metabolic process. Fat dissolving  injections are placed deeper into the actual areas of concern resulting in superior results.

How many treatments are necessary?

The number of treatments will depend on your own body’s response. As an average 2-4 sessions may be required at an interval of 6-8 weeks. Results may show as soon as 4 to 6 weeks after your treatment, however in some instances it may take up to 12 weeks to see results.

What can I expect during treatment?

Very fine needles are used during the treatment to minimise discomfort. The area may become warm and red and a tingling sensation may be experienced. The area may swell, bruise and be sore to touch. This is temporary but could last for several days. The level of discomfort may vary from patient to patient depending on your body’s response.

What areas can be treated?

  • Thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Abdomen
  • Upper Arms
  • Love Handles
  • Knees
  • Saddle Bags

Are the results permanent?

Fatty tissues that are dissolved do not return. This however is not a permanent solution for weight loss and the client should adhere to a healthy diet, exercise and lifestyle habits.

Who is suitable for Fat dissolving injections?

Clients that already are sitting on a healthy weight and have lost a lot of weight, but now seeking to complete their weight loss journey.

Women who have had children and no longer wish to become pregnant

Clients who have been unsuccessful with their diet and exercise efforts and trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Benefits of Fat dissolving injections:

-Non surgical treatment
– Safer and less invasive than full surgeries
– Minimal discomfort
-minimal recovery time
-affordable and more cost effective

This treatment is best utilised by patients who are healthy and already at a fairly stable weight, and are not severely overweight or obese. It is designed to target specific, localised deposits of fat; those trouble areas which patients have been otherwise unsuccessful in removing on their own.


Small Area – such as double chin
Medium Area – such as saddle bags
Large Area – such as stomach

After your treatment you will also receive the following:

  • I-lipo pads (i-Lipo emits low levels of laser energy, which creates a chemical signal in the fat cells, breaking down the stored triglycerides into free fatty acids and glycerol).
  • Radiofrequency  (Endymed uses radio frequency to tighten loose skin and improve skin texture.)
  • Icoone (The I-coone treatment generates increased flow in the blood microcirculation and in the lymphatic system, improving fibrillar slippage, and stimulates fibroblast cells. The results are plain to see from the first few sessions: tissue fibrosis is reduced, lipolysis stimulated, and collagen production boosted. The skin is regenerated, looking more compact and toned. The treatment is non-invasive and produces a deep sense of well-being).

Further sessions of I-lipo, Icoone and Radio Frequency may be required and these start at $150 per session.

How can I get started?

To determine if you are a suitable candidate, cost and possibly how many sessions you may need, we recommend a consultation with our Doctor.