Lipolysis permanently dissolves and removes small fat deposits from the body.

Deoxycholic Acid  

Deoxycholic acid is a bile acid which emulsifies and solubilizes dietary fats in the intestine. When injected subcutaneously, it disrupts cell membranes in adipocytes and destroys fat cells in that tissue. 


The original fat dissolving product, phosphatidylcholine derived from soybeans and was injected using mesotherapy techniques. This treatment became highly popular in 1990s Brazil. The product was used to reduce triglycerides and cholesterol levels in patients with coronary heart disease.  

Phosphatidylcholine, a component of lipoproteins, is a purified extract from lecithin. The phosphatidylcholine molecule is composed of choline, phosphoric acid and fatty acids and occurs naturally in the body, especially within nerve tissue, the liver and semen. Phosphatidylcholine is obtained through consuming soybeans, egg yolks, meat and some vegetables.

The injection of phosphatidylcholine is thought to augment phosphatidylcholine in lipoproteins, thereby enhancing their ability to mobilise fat and cholesterol and triglycerides. It is believed to induce lipolysis/fat breakdown & softening.  

Phosphatidylcholine is effective in diminishing the treated fatty areas with minimal side effects while being effective and inexpensive.