PPC Mesotherapy

What is Mesotherapy?

PPC Mesotherapy is a non-surgical, relatively painless injection technique that has many applications. Mesotherapy promotes natural ways to enhance circulation, lymphatic drainage, and fat-burning by reversing abnormal physiology.

Phospatidyl Cholina ( PPC) meltS away fat by changing the function of Adipocyte Cell Membrane leading to reduction of fat storage and enhancing fat burning in the fat storage- Adipose cells.

How does PPC mesotherapy work?

Mesotherapy involves customized injections of Phosphatidyl Choline (PPC), vitamins, herbs, amino acids or medications just under the skin in the mesoderm. The results are dramatic. After completing a series of treatments, generally over a 3 months period, patients can see marked improvements in the skin – less dimpling and the shedding of approximately 10 pounds of fat and reduction in 1 to 2 clothing sizes.

The injections are safe and virtually painless. There is no down time. Multiple injections are made into the problem areas of fat and cellulite, millimeters under the skin. Local anesthetics are used to diminish any discomfort of the injections. Pain gels or numbing creams are used after the procedure to lessen any discomfort post procedure. The procedure generally takes 20-30 minutes to complete.

Generally, 8 to 10 treatments are required, but thin problem with problem areas such as “saddlebags” or “love handles”, those areas refractory to diet and exercise, may require fewer treatments. Few side effects are normally seen with mesotherapy, but can include bruising, local swelling, and tenderness at the injection sites. These generally resolve in few days.

The other components of the mesotherapy injections – vitamins, amino acids, herbs, or medications, can enhance the fat burning effect. By enhancing circulation, lymph drainage and/or cellular metabolism, the cell’s physiology (function) is improved, as well as removing toxins and by-products of metabolism.

PPC Mesotherapy

Phosphatidyl Choline (PPC) Mesotherapy is a customized injection that contains vitamins, plant extracts, amino acids or hormones that are administered just under the skin in the mesoderm. This treatment in medspa is used for weight loss.

PPC Mesotherapy promotes natural ways to enhance circulation, lymphatic drainage, and fat-burning by reversing abnormal physiology. It burns away fat by changing the function of Adipocyte Cell Membrane which leads to the reduction of fat storage and enhances fat burning in the fat storage.

PPC mesotherapy injections are safe and painless. Multiple injections are injected into the areas of fat and cellulite under the skin in few millimeters. It requires the use of local anesthetics to reduce pain or discomfort.

How long does it take for PPC Mesotherapy to work?

Mesotherapy has a quick recovery and no downtime. It can be used to remove fat in areas of the body such as the stomach, buttocks, hips, legs, arms and face. It could take about 3-4 weeks for the Mesotherapy treatment to start showing results.

Is Mesotherapy legal in the US?

Mesotherapy hasn’t been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). However, many of the ingredients used in the treatment are approved by the FDA for the treatment of other conditions.

The American Society for Plastic Surgeon has not recommended mesotherapy for weight loss or fat removal. This is because there isn’t enough research to confirm that the treatment actually works.

Is PPC Mesotherapy effective for weight loss?

Mesotherapy is a promising treatment in medspa for removing fat in different areas of the body. However, the safety and effectiveness of Mesotherapy are still unproven. It is not clear how well mesotherapy works in removing fat. There haven’t been enough researches done to test its effectiveness.

What is PPC injection?

PPC (Phosphatidylcholine) injection is a noninvasive procedure used to dissolve subcutaneous fat. PPC is injected into the subcutaneous fatty tissue with very thin needles. The PPC then weakens the cell membrane of the fat cells, this leads to rupture and release of certain enzymes. The enzymes further break down the fat into fatty acids which are then transferred by the blood to the liver and finally shed out by the body.

What should I avoid after Mesotherapy?

After mesotherapy, avoid eating foods that are high in calories and fats.

Who can perform PPC Mesotherapy?

Medical aesthetics and plastic surgeons can perform mesotherapy.

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