What is in Lipodissolve?

Lipodissolve contains phosphatidylcholine (PC) and a bile salt (deoxycholate or DC) plus a combination of the B vitamins and vasodilator. Each component has been studied and shown to improve the results of the injections.

How much can be achieved with 1 treatment?

A single treatment has a maximum dose of 2.5 grams of PC. This makes enough solution to cover an area 15 cm by 30 cm or 6″ by 12″.

When the belly is treated, the average person loses 4 cm off their waist measurement with a single treatment.

How often are the treatments done?

The treatments are spaced 8 weeks apart. The reason for this is that we know that the Lipodissolve compound turns on a host of enzymes in your body that affect how you handle fat. These enzymes remain activated for about 8 weeks.

If a second treatment is given (anywhere in the body) before the 8 weeks is up, these enzymes will have less of a jump from their starting level (still somewhat activated from the previous treatment) to fully activated level so you might get less impressive results.

Does the full treatment have to go into a single area of the body?

No. You can divide the maximum treatment dose of 2.5 grams of PC and put a little bit in your chin, a little in the backs of your arms and the remainder somewhere else.

The key thing is that you put an adequate amount in the area you are most concerned about. For instance, if you are most concerned about shrinking your saddlebags then I would want to use as much of the treatment dose as necessary to cover the saddlebag area and only put shots in other areas if there was some compound left over. If I did your chin and your arms first and put what was left over in your saddlebags then you wouldn’t see very good results in your key area.

I will carry on with more FAQs in the comments section, in order to keep this posting short on the front page.