DESO Face and Body


Fat dissolving injections are great for hard to shift fat in areas like double chin, back fat, bingo wings, abdomen and love handles.


You can enjoy permanent results with our Fat Dissolving Injection. We know how difficult it is to lose those hard to shift areas of fat so offer patients a long lasting solution.


You can normally return to your day to day activities immediately after treatment and we advise multiple treatments for best results.

For small areas of the body such as the jowls and chin, just one sessions can dramatically reduce fat deposits and return a more youthful and defined facial contour. For larger areas like tummies, bingo wings and bums you may need multiple sessions for best results.

Areas that can be treated?

  • Double Chin
  • Back Fat
  • Bingo Wings
  • Abdomen
  • Love Handles
  • Arms
  • Knees
  • Face
  •  Man Boobs

Desobody fat-dissolving injections work by destroying fat cells in targeted areas. Also known as lipolytic injections, they damage the fat cell membranes which in turn liquifies the fat present in the body. These fat cells, once destroyed, are then broken down and naturally removed via the lymphatic system within the body.

Our fat dissolving injections achieve these fantastic results with just three to six sessions, at four-week intervals. The number of sessions required depends on the size of the fatty deposit and on how quickly your body responds to the treatment.

The treatment is relatively painless and local anaesthetic can be added to the solution to keep discomfort to a minimum. You will feel a warm sensation, as well as an itching, slight burning, slight oedema and reddening appearance for 1-3 days within the treated area.

Serious risks of DESO treatment are extremely small, but these include redness, pain, irritation, allergic reaction, pigmentation, tissue necrosis (very rare) and temporary nodules. There are special aftercare instructions you would have to adhere to and the drainage of the treated fat cells can be improved by adding other therapies