So, how does Lipostabil work?
Depending on the area and the desired results,a patient gets injected with the drug at the trouble site or sites spaced over the course of several weeks. A topical anesthetic is used at the injection site. One may experience some side effects like mild swelling and bruising or itching at the injection site. Then the patient waits a couple of weeks and goes back in for another round of shots. After the treatments are over and the swelling subsides, one should find a new, fat free area in its wake thanks to the fat dissolving properties of the drug. Because no official protocols have been established, how many shots you need depends upon what your doctor advises. You only need a couple of shots to get rid of that stubborn slab of abdominal flab? Sounds fuss free, and it is... sort of.The snag is that we don't know more than we do know about this treatment. Random calls to dermatologists and other doctors didn't net a single one who is currently using the drug,although several dermatologists and other doctors have gone on record in the media that they're performing the treatment. For some, the unknown may be offset by what we do know and the promise of dissolving fat. Anecdotal evidence shows it can ditch an inch or more of fat off your waist, arms or thighs and flatten under eye bags or the chin "wattle.
" Lipostabil injections may also help with the curse of cellulite,the puckering orange-peel skin that plagues 9 out of 10 women.Some doctors are injecting the drug to dissolve this stubborn fat that often shows up on the back of thighs and the buttocks.