Dermastabilon Phosphatidylcholine Lipolyse 20x 5ml

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Artikel: Dermastabilon Phosphatidylcholin 20 x 5 ml

Hersteller: Skin Tech Pharma Group

Inhaltsstoffe: Phosphatidylcholin, Desoxikolsäure 

Packungsinhalt: 20 Vials á 5 ml 

Indikation: Fettabbau

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Dermastabilon Phosphatidylcholine - Lipolysis

Dermastabilon phosphatidylcholine enables targeted fat reduction of stubborn fat deposits. Based on the principle of lipolysis, the product can break down the cell membranes of fat cells and thus enable the removal of stored fat from the tissue. Dermastabilon is basically suitable for fat deposits up to a medium size. The product is typically used for problem areas such as the lower back, abdomen or upper arms. However, it can also be used on the back, thighs, cellulite and even the chin. The active ingredients phosphatidylcholine and deoxycholic acid ensure that the fat stored in the fat cells is emulsified so that the body's own metabolism can break it down. After treatment, the area in question is largely spared any weight gain.


TREATMENT AREA
 

  • Abdominal area
  • Cellulitie
  • Hip area
  • Chin
  • Upper Arm
  • Thighs
  • Back Area

Dermastabilon Phosphatidylcholine LIPOLYSE

Phosphatidylcholine (PPC) is a liquid form of lecithin. As a phospholipid, it is obtained from the soybean. PPC emulsifies fat cells and thus enables their absorption and removal = lipolysis. In aesthetic medicine, phosphatidylcholine is used in combination with deoxycholate specifically to combat localized fat deposits. Deoxycholate is used here as a biological detergent to dissolve fat cells and cellular membrane components. These are then broken down in the liver by beta-oxidation.

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