Injection lipolysis

Injection lipolysis is a relatively new method of reducing fat without the need for surgery or liposuction.

Injection lipolysis triggers the breakdown of triglycerides into glycerols and fatty acids which are then transported to the liver and removed from the body by metabolic processes.

The best results are achieved by repeating the course of 3 to 4 treatments every 3 to 4 weeks.


In 2002 professor Motolese, along with a team of physicians, conducted lipolysis studies to show that the fatty substance is deoxycholic acid- a powerful substance that completely destroys fat cells and not as previously thought phosphatidylcholine.

Due to the surprising results of the research in2007, professor Motolese began to work on a new preparation which led to the development of AQUALYX.

The areas that can be treated are:

  • stomach
  • hips
  • thighs
  • arms
  • above the knees
  • male breasts
  • chin, jowls
  • neck (buffalo hump deformity)

AQUALYX is not recommended for:

  • women who are pregnant or breastfeeding,
  • people with diabetes,
  • people with blood clotting disorders,
  • people with thyroid disease
  • or those taking blood thinning medication
  • or other unrelated medication