Ditch Unwanted Fat With Aqualyx
We are all too aware that summer is approaching and many of us our feeling more pressure than ever to get fit for our summer holidays. You may already be well into your healthy eating and exercise regime but not seeing the results that you want: fear not. Many people find that those last lost couple of inches are stubborn fat are near enough impossible to shift, however APSARAS Clinic may have the solution for this in the form of Aqualyx treatment.
Understanding this fat reduction treatment
Aqualyx is a cosmetic injectable treatment that allows patients to target small areas of stubborn fat. Aqualyx treatment works by binding to the walls of the fat cells and rupture the cell in order to unleash the fatty content within the cell. Once the fatty content has been let out Aqualyx will then dissolve the fat and will dispose of the fat content through the patient’s urine. Aqualyx is a great cosmetic treatment with a wealth of benefits. For example, Aqualyx provides patients with a simple solution that their stubborn fat without the need for surgical intervention and the risks that can come with it. Aqualyx treatment is also quick and convenient. With an average procedure time of just 30 minutes and no recovery time needed, Aqualyx treatment is the perfect treatment for the modern person on the move. Patients can sit the treatment on their lunch break and return to work straight away with no effect to their productivity throughout the rest of their day. Another huge benefit for many patients is Aqualyx’s all natural ingredients; as a water based solution Aqualyx contains ingredients that can already be found within the body naturally so eradicates the possibility of patients having a reaction to the treatment.
Although there are a wealth of benefits involved with Aqualyx treatment it is important that patients considering Aqualyx treatment look at the treatment as a whole; this means also knowing the risks involved with treatment. Dr. Thevendra is the cosmetic doctor at APSARAS Clinic in Coventry and had this to say about the risks involved with Aqualyx treatment.
“Aqualyx treatment has an abundance of positives but it also has its risks too. The main risks involved with Aqualyx treatment is the risk of infection, however the treatment does also has the additional side-effect of swelling, bruising and bleeding as a result of injectables,” he explains. “This risk should be carefully considered by all patients thinking about undergoing Aqualyx treatment in order to make the right decision for them.”
Aqualyx is an amazing cosmetic treatment but it is also vital that patients have realistic ideas when approaching the treatment. Aqualyx is designed to combat the look of small areas of stubborn fat and not to tackle large areas of fat. This should be considered by all patients in order to evaluate whether or not they are an appropriate candidate for the treatment.
“If you are considering undergoing Aqualyx treatment then making sure you are making the right decision for you prior to treatment is fundamental,” says Dr Thevendra. “The best way to judge if treatment is right for you is to do as much research as possible. This means not only knowing about the procedure but the risks involved with treatment and what cosmetic professionals are appropriate to perform the treatment too. A great way to find out this information is through a consultation with a qualified and experienced cosmetic professional. Not only will this give you the opportunity to ask an expert any unanswered questions you may have but it also gives you a good idea of how that professional works. This is useful, and feeling as comfortable with your treatment provider is essential to gaining the best results possible and a consultation will give you the first hand experience with the professional to gage if they’re the right one for you,” concluded Dr. Thevendra.