The term lipolysis describes the hydrolysis, or degradation, of lipids into their constituent fatty acid and glycerol building blocks. Fat dissolve lipolysis results in the reduction of fat cell volume while still maintaining cell viability.
The term lipolysis describes the hydrolysis or degradation of lipids into their constituent fatty acid and glycerol building blocks. Lipolysis will result in the reduction of the fat cells volume.
A person of normal weight will have just three layers of fat cells. We need a certain amount of fat cells to protect our vital organs and insulate our body.
When a person gains weight these fat cells will swell and when they can expand no more, they divide through a process known as mitosis or cell division meaning the individual then gains six layers of fat cells. As the person continues to overeat the cycle of swell> multiply > swell > multiply continues.
When you diet the fat, cells reduce in size, but the number of layers remain the same.
After a treatment destroys the cells, the cells cannot come back or be used for fat storage again. However, they can still multiply if the client continues on a cycle of destructive eating
What areas of the body can be treated with Fat Dissolve?
Jawline, Jowls and Chin