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What is Aqualyx

Aqualyx is an excellent fat dissolving injection that targets that stubborn fat you just can’t seem to lose! Despite the healthy eating and frequent exercise, there are some fat deposits that just don’t seem to go away, no matter how hard you try. This is common and therefore a new solution that clients look for to remove these fat cells, are our Aqualyx fat dissolving injections.

If this is something you are worried about and would like to know your options, then please contact our team today in Milton Keynes for a free consultation.


How much do ourAqualyx Fat Dissolving Injections Cost?
Small Area – 20 mins – £100Medium Area – 30 Mins – £150Large Area – 45 Mins – £200

How Does it Work?

The process is simple. Aqualyx is in fact made from a variety of plant-based compounds. These compounds work to dissolve the membranes of fat cells in the area you want to target. The shock in stability of these fat cells cause them to break down, causing our bodies to remove the fatty acids through the lymphatic system and liver.

Aqualyx contains deoxycholic acid, which is the main compound substance. This acid is already produced naturally inside the body. The compounds work collectively not only to remove fat cells through the lymphatic system and liver, but also they help to reshape the body, which is something liposuction can’t do.

This is one of the main reasons as to why our injections are so popular. Many clients are unsatisfied with the fact that other fat loss remedies, like liposuction, cannot remove excess skin, leaving them looking “saggy” in certain areas. With Aqualyx, you can rely on it to work in a way that heavily reduces your chances of being left with loose skin.

The harsh reality is that not all fatty deposits can be removed naturally and simply just from a healthier diet and exercise. It can come down to your genetics in some cases, which is hard to hear.  This is why we recommend these injectable treatments to allow you to lose that stubborn fat that just doesn’t seem to shift.