Lipolytics are substances or medications that are used to destroy fat cells and stimulate the cause of lipolysis, that is, the breakdown of fat into smaller molecules that the body can metabolize and use. They are used in a variety of medical and cosmetic usage. The following lists some of the uses of lipolytics:
Cosmetology and Aesthetic Medicine. Lipolytic drugs are used for contouring procedures. The injections reduce fat deposits in specific areas such as the abdomen, thighs, and chin. This helps to reduce the volume of fat accumulations and gives the skin a tighter appearance.
Treatment of obesity. In medical practice, lipolytics can be used as part of a comprehensive approach to the treatment of obesity. However, their effects are usually supplemented with nutrition, physical activity, and other methods to achieve sustained weight loss.
Lipoma treatment. Lipolytic injections are used to treat certain types of lipoma (fatty tumor) to help reduce its size.
Chin and Facial Contouring. Lipolytic injections in the chin and facial area can reduce unwanted fat deposits and achieve more defined and refined contours.
Improvement of overall aesthetics. Lipolytic procedures contribute to achieving a more harmonious appearance and increase the self-esteem of patients.
It should be underlined that the use of lipolytics may be accompanied by side effects and limitations, and the decision to perform such procedures should be made after consultation with a qualified specialist.
The mechanism of action of lipolytics is based on the following: for a better understanding of their action, let’s understand how the problems they are designed to solve arise.
Under normal conditions, the body maintains a balance between the processes of synthesis and decay of substances. However, improper nutrition, stress, malfunctions in the functioning of the thyroid gland, and other factors can disrupt this balance. This leads to an acceleration of the synthesis process, which leads to an increase in the volume of subcutaneous fat.
Lipolytics, in turn, are natural enzymes and other substances that are injected into issue areas of the body using fine needles. These drugs often contain phosphatidylcholine, an enzyme generated by the liver to enable fat metabolism. If the body lacks it, metabolism slows down. The administration of lipolytics aims to increase phosphatidylcholine levels, which helps to normalize metabolism.
The key benefits of lipolytics should be emphasized:
- Rapid results: improvement of blood circulation, restoration of metabolism, and lipid metabolism.
- Spot effect: the ability to correct small areas such as the second chin.
- Effectiveness in the fight against cellulite: helping to reduce fat deposits and improve skin condition.
- Body shaping: reduces abdominal volume, eliminates fatty folds on the flanks, and emphasizes the waist.
- Minimal recovery time: no need to change the usual way of life.
It should be considered disadvantages, such as a slight painfulness of the procedure and the possibility of bruising.
It is important to realize that lipolytics are designed not for general weight loss, but to reduce fat deposits in specific areas.
There is an extensive variety of lipolytics on the market today. Kabelline is a brand of fat burner products from Dexlevo Inc. These injectables are very effective in fighting unwanted volume on the face and body, especially in the abdomen, flanks, buttocks, and inner thighs. The products of this brand combine deoxycholic acid and L-carnitine, providing a dual action: destruction of existing fat cells and prevention of the formation of new ones. This complex effect allows you to effectively cope with excess fat tissue and achieve long-term results.
The lipolytic product is based on the unique DexLevo formula, which promotes the decomposition of fat cells through their moisture storage. Kabelline contouring solution is designed to eliminate local fat deposits and improve appearance.
The main active ingredient of the lipolytic is deoxycholic acid, which as part of the body helps to dissolve fat while supporting bacteria in the gut. This is complemented by additional properties of the acid, such as the emulsification of fats with subsequent elimination from the body.
The kabelline fat dissolver product has a dual mechanism of effect, providing effective lipolysis (due to deoxycholic acid) and hypotonic fat dissolution (thanks to the DexLevo formula).
Effective use of kabelline injection serum is achieved when using a mesoroller or as part of mesotherapy treatments for targeted destruction of localized fat deposits. Up to 50 injections of 0.2 ml are administered per treatment (the maximum number of injections is reached).
In addition, Kabelline acts as a homeopathic remedy additionally used in the treatment of fat accumulation at different stages. It is noteworthy that this drug is perfectly combined with diet and exercise.
It should be noted that lipolytic does not pose a threat to health, but during pregnancy and the period of breastfeeding, women are not recommended to undergo this procedure.
Detailed description of the drug
Mesotherapy solution for fat burning is available in glass vials that have a volume of 8 ml. The product is purchased both in a package containing 5 vials and in individual containers.
The active component of the drug is deoxycholic acid (Deoxycholic acid), which performs the following functions:
- Destruction of the adipocyte membrane
- Dissolution of fat contained in cells and its removal through the lymphatic system.
- Inhibition of lipogenesis, preventing the formation of new fat cells.
- Deoxycholic acid is a natural enzyme, which the body digests without complications. This bioactive substance has been approved by the American FDA.
Kabelline, a lipolytic used for minimally invasive procedures, successfully manages excess fat deposits in the neck area (including the withers) and chin, but is not recommended for use on chubby cheeks. Injectable lipolysis demonstrates high effectiveness when there is a need to reduce volume in areas:
The mesosolution is injected into the subcutaneous fatty tissue using a 30G needle, or applied during procedures using a mesoroller or dermapen. With intradermal injections, injections are performed at one-centimeter intervals. A volume of 0.2-0.3 ml is used for each point. A maximum of 2 vials should be used per procedure.
Results of usage
Reviews of patients from aesthetic clinics and beauty salons indicate that the use of Kabelline allows you to outline the facial contour and significantly reduce body volume. To achieve the desired results, it is recommended to conduct from 2 to 6 sessions at weekly intervals. The use of diet and exercise will help to enhance the effect of the aesthetic procedure.
Subcutaneous injections and microneedling are not recommended for patients under 18 years of age, during pregnancy and breastfeeding, with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus and low blood clotting. Lipolytic usage is also prohibited in the presence of skin infections, dermatitis, dermatoses, and inflammatory processes in the body.