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What are Aqualyx Injections ?
Aqualyx is an injectable fat-reduction method used to "dissolve" fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise. Aqualyx can provide the appearance of a smoother, more contoured figure when injected into certain body parts. It is a non-surgical way of body shaping. It is not a method for losing weight and works best for smaller, rigid pockets of fat rather than larger areas of the body.
Enfield Royal Saudia offers aqualyx injections and other cosmetic surgeries in Riyadh.
How does it Work?
- A local anesthetic injection will be given to you to numb the area and reduce discomfort.
- After that, the area will be cleaned where you’re getting the injection
- The Aqualyx solution will then be injected into the specific region of your body by the doctor.
- How much aqualyx is used and how many injections are needed is dependent on the area which is treated
- The doctor will use an ultrasound machine to achieve an even distribution of Aqualyx in the desired area.
- The procedure is completed in 30 to 60 minutes.
At Enfield Royal Clinic, we recommend Fat Melting Injections instead of an Aqualyx Treatment.
They both are forms of the same ingredient so their working is the same. Aqualyx is similar to kybella which is deoxycholic acid. Aqualyx is a compound solution from the deoxycholate group.
Yes they do work.Fat cells in the treated area are decreased by the safe and efficient fat-dissolving injectable treatment.Because of its long-lasting effects you can get rid of the undesirable pockets of stubborn fat.
As all treatments with needles sting a little so you'll feel mild pain which can be treated with medications.
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