Aqualyx® fat dissolving injections

What is Aqualyx?

Aqualyx is a non-surgical fat dissolving treatment used to target stubborn areas of fat. It involves injecting a solution directly into the targeted area, causing fat cells to break down and be naturally eliminated by the body. Aqualyx is commonly used for areas such as the chin, abdomen, thighs, and hips, offering a minimally invasive option for body contouring."

What does the treatment involve?

The treatment involves injections of Aqualyx using a syringe and cannula into targeted pockets of fat. Before the injections you would receive anaesthetic cream. The whole treatment should take no longer than 30 minutes. Before any treatment you would have a full consultation.

How many treatments will I need?

This will depend on the amount of fat to be dissolved and the area that the fat is located. Some people can get excellent results from just one treatment whilst others may require 2 or 3 treatments. Each patient will have a full consultation first and the potential number of treatment estimated. You would normally wait 4-5 weeks between treatments, so progress could be fully reviewed.

Double chin Aqualyx treatment before and after picture performed at the Skin Clinic Sarah Parkes
Aqualyx fat dissolving injection - photos taken 1 month apart after one treatment

Is it permanent ?

Yes, it is permanent. The dissolved fat cells cannot come back. However for maximum effective patients should aim to maintain or lose fat between treatments. Aqualyx is very targeted and will not help with general weight loss.

Where can I have the treatment ?

Aqualyx can be injected into almost all fatty areas apart from the areas around the eye. Examples of common treatment areas area below.

  • Double chin
  • Back of arms
  • Stomach / Waist / hips
  • Inner & outer thighs
  • Bra strap area

Skilled practitioner

Skin clinic bridgend neath fat dissolving injections before and after picture
Fat dissolving injections in the abdominal area before and after

Aqualyx, as with other aesthetic procedures requires a skilled practitioner.  Aqualyx requires the use of cannulas which requires training and experience to attain good results.  So you need a talented and experienced practitioner.  It is important to choose someone who has undergone the necessary training and that Aqualyx is ordered from UK pharmacy, not some cheap product from China.

How much does Aqualyx treatment cost ?

Smaller areas requiring less Aqualyx like the chin and neck cost £350. For larger areas such as waist, thighs, hips etc £400.