The new Revolutionary Aqualyx® at Dermadoc Clinic is the latest in fat removal injections that has full CE approval. Aqualyx injection is the safest way to reduce localised excess adipose tissues. 

Areas that can be treated with Aqualyx:

  • Inner side of thighs and knees

  • Belly

  • Below the buttocks

  • Inner and Outer Thighs

  • Hips (Love Handles)

  • Double Chin

  • Xanthelasmas

  • Upper Arms

  • Lipomas



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How do these fat dissolving injections work?

The process involves injecting Aqualyx® into the regional deposits of adipose tissue under the skin.

Aqualyx® is a water solution consisting of plant polymers and was developed and patented by Professor Dr. Motolese in Italy.  It is designed specifically for use in the field of aesthetic medicine.

It dissolves the local fat cells into a liquid, where they are then eliminated naturally through the lymphatic system. Commonly 2 injection points are required per region.

What are the side effects of these fat dissolving Injections?

The treatment is rather painless but slight swelling, a warm sensation, itching, slight burning and reddness appears for 1-3 days around the treated areas.

How many treatments are required?

The number of treatment sessions usually depends on the amount of adipose tissues that we want to reduce. As a guide, 2-4 treatments using Aqualyx separated by 3-4 weeks apart achieves superb results for the majority of patients.

Aqualyx fat lipolysis injection is one of the world’s safest treatments for fat dissolving: For more information please attend your FREE Consultation with Dr Tukmachi.

How much does it cost?

The cost for the fat dissolving injections are from £200 per session and it all depends on the areas that require treatment.

Dr Tukmachi is a certified AQUALYX-Intralipotherapy Injector.

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