What Is Kybella?
It is a deoxycholic acid product approved for cosmetic use for some years. Its main purpose is to burn specific localized fat without injury to the skin or other tissues near the area to be treated.
What Is It For?
Fat problems located in annoying areas such as the neck or others make you feel unsatisfied, upset or even embarrassed. This product is approved for the cosmetic use of areas such as the double chin, although currently it is also used in crotch, arms, abdomen and even in cases of mammary glandular growth in gentlemen.
How Does It Work?
This molecule is developed from the enzymes of the bile that makes an effect of emulsification of the fat, basically burning the surplus of general fat. This produces a real effect of loss of volume in the indicated area. It is important to mention that it is not a collagen stimulant and the retraction of the area depends on the quality of the skin, which means that the indication is in non-flaccid areas with good possibility of retraction after burning the fat of the area.
How Effective Is It?
The result is permanent and it is important not to exceed the indicated dose for each area of the body. When we want to treat an area we recommend 2 to 3 sessions to achieve the expected results, everything depends on the area and the patient.
It Is Painful?
Actually it is not painful, it is a treatment that is done with local ice as tumescent. And it is done by application with hypodermic needle, which is very aggressive in the skin, generating little inflammation and low pain response at the time of application.
Do You Have Any Side Effects?
No, in fact, side effects such as inflammation and bruising can occur with any of the injectable treatments. There are no reported cases of permanent negative effects, in addition to being a product with all the guarantees, permits and certifications that any quality product must have. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the United States fully approves it.
How Often Should I Apply It?
The application must be one session per month, if your doctor recommends you return to reapply the product, I recommend you go in the time that you suggest, given that the result sometimes depends on the sequence and follow-up.