Both fat dissolving and lidocaine are non-cold chain items so can be left in the cupboard and injected at room temperature. 

To avoid wastage, only mix the two products together if they are planned on being used immediately. Remaining product must be discarded after 24 hours. 

A full vial/bottles of fat dissolving product is usually 8-10ml. Mix 1 ml of 2% lidocaine to the product and gently swirl around until it has had sufficient time to mix together. Do not shake the bottle this creates large quantities of air bubbles and makes it difficult to load. Draw up into your 30g x 1ml syringes.

If you only require a small amount of product and a bottle would go to waste, draw 0.10ml of the 2% lidocaine directly to your insulin syringe and draw the remaining 0.9ml in your fat dissolving solution. 

Arnica Cream

Arnica is safe and effective, stimulating your body’s natural healing process by facilitating blood flow through the area, to alleviate pain, reduce swelling, and reabsorb bruising. Applying this to your client after service is a way in which you can facilitate the reduction of bruising caused by this service. If your client is a bit of a peach and bruises easily it would be advised to give a tube of arnica to apply to the area for the following days post service. These can be purchased for as little as a pound so it may be worth factoring this into your pricing structure