LipoDissolve (also known as Mesotherapy or LunchTime Lipo) is a cosmetic procedure which promises to reduce fat tissue by injection of a chemical cocktail which is supposed to dissolve fat.
But does LipoDissolve really work? And does it have dangerous side effects?
There are contrasting views about this important topic and due to the fact that it has become quite a buzzword and is causing a great deal of controversy, I decided to write this detailed review of LipoDissolve. Please, make sure to read this review all the way through.
How is Lipodissolve supposed to work?
Lipodissolve is supposed to help you “melt” away unwanted fat from trouble spots like your abs, thighs, butt, waist, and so on. This is done by giving you a series of injections containing a chemical cocktail which usually contains phosphatidylcholine/deoxycholate (PCDC), multivitamins, enzymes, certain plant extracts and other ingredients.
These injections are supposed to liquefy your fat cells so that the fat practically dissolves.
Sounds good, right? There are a number of problems…
LipoDissolve Isn’t Approved by the FDA
It’s important to note that Lipodissolve injections are not approved by the FDA.
Lipodissolve is also undergoing severe criticism by many doctors and health researchers. It is in the process of being banned by at least 2 states in the USA.
LipoDissolve Side Effects
Not everyone who undergoes LipoDissolve treatments suffers from side effects but many of them do. These side effects may include the following:
- Depression and dents in the skin of people who have undergone lipodissolve
- Scarring – although the injections are painless, scarring can and does occur
- Allergic reactions – Some people are just allergic to the ingredients in the chemical cocktail of the injections
- Swelling – This is something which has been reported often. Swelling can become quite uncomfortable and may even be physically dangerous
- Disfigurement of skin – One women reported that her stomach looked lopsided: swollen on one side and dimpled on the other
- Various skin conditions and sensitivities
LipoDissolve Costs and Potential Health Concerns
LipoDissolve may liquefy fat, but it doesn’t extract the fat from you body like regular liposuction. So where does that fat go?
The people behind lipoDissolve would like us to believe that it’s excreted out of the body, but this has not been studies extensively enough. It is quite likely that the fat travels to the liver or settle inside the arteries which may clog them and increase the likelihood of heart disease.
So you see, the potential dangers are still to be determined. That’s why the FDA hasn’t approved this treatment.
Lipodissolve costs vary. But a series of treatments usually costs around $3,000, and you may need to undergo a few such series if you have more than one trouble spots.
I believe that with the tremendous costs and the possible health hazards that the time hasn’t come to try this procedure.
You can burn the stubborn fat off your body, achieve excellent tone, and even combat cellulite with the right nutrition and fitness.
LipoDissolve is also known as LunchTime lipo (or lunch hour lipo) since a single treatment doesn’t take that long so you can fit it into your lunch hour. However, this is just a marketing gimmick and doesn’t really affect how this procedure works and the results you can get with it.
There are good results of LipoDissolve, but there are also many people who complain about the side effects I mentioned above. Make sure to take that into consideration.
Does LipoDissolve = Quick and Temporary Fix?
I think that LipoDissolve isn’t a permanent solution. It may help you to lose some fat tissue, but unless you learn how to lead a healthy life, eat well, workout properly, and watch your weight, you will just gain weight back again.
LipoDissolve may provide a quick Fix but it isn’t a lifestyle solution. You must acquire the knowledge to stay healthy, fit, firm, and lean.
Even Though the promise behind LipoDissolve is enchanting and tempting, take a moment to consider whether you really want to be a guinea pig for a yet to be approved treatment.
Is this something you want to spend thousands of dollars on? Is this a risk worth taking?
As someone who has been overweight and has lost it all, I believe that diet and fitness are the keys to a healthy and beautiful body.
I urge you to not be tempted by quick fixes. Take the true, fundamental, and proven to work route and you will get results.