Body Esthetic Medicine

Lipoapotosis

It consists of the elimination of localized fat by direct injection of a solution of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and intravenous iron, which causes the death of fat cells, causing accelerated oxidation. This process does not damage adjacent tissues. They are punctual accumulations of fat in the abdomen, waist, hip, knees, arms, back or dewlap.

 

The technique is effective and safe since there are no changes in lipid levels in the blood or liver function, which allows localized fat to be removed without surgery. It is a non-aggressive, direct-acting technique that leads to cell lysis (total destruction of the cell), causing its disappearance and making difficult the formation of new adiposities.