Delgada fat dissolving injection can help dissolve fat in the body and face. Delgada is ideal for breaking down fat cells and reducing the fat in a specific area of your body. Delgada products contained 8ml x 5 vials in one box. The active ingredient in Delgada is Deoxycholic Acid. Deoxycholic acid is used to help improve the appearance of moderate to severe fat below the chin (submental fat), also called a double chin.
Delgada® Body/Face Fat Dissolving Injection is a non-surgical, non-invasive method of reducing fat in specific body areas. The treatment is done by injecting Delgada into the targeted area, where the active ingredient, Deoxycholic Acid, works to break down and dissolve the fat cells.
The treatment is typically done in several sessions, with results visible after several weeks. It is important to note that Delgada is a medical-grade product and it should only be used by certified and trained professionals. Additionally, patients should be advised that the treatment may cause some mild discomfort and swelling, but these side effects typically disappear within a few days.
Injection Depth: Subcutaneous Layer
Maximum Dosage: Up to two ampoules per session, 5 sessions at 1-week intervals.
What is Delgada® Body/Face Fat Dissolving Injection?
Delgada® Body/Face Fat Dissolving Injection Korean-made fat-dissolving product. Delgada® a high-effective localized fat-dissolving injection that helps reduce fat in specific areas of the face and body. Delgada® fat dissolver contains 8 ml/vial and 5 vials in a box. The active ingredient in Delgada is Deoxycholic Acid.
Deoxycholic acid is the main ingredient of injectables for weight loss and fat-dissolving products which is the first lipolytic substance approved by the Food and Drug Administration for an aesthetic reduction in submental fat. The deoxycholic acid injection is the only injectable drug approved in the United States & Canada for the reduction of moderate or severe submental fat in adults.
Deoxycholic Acid – as a bile acid it emulsifies fat. Synthetically derived deoxycholic acid disrupts the cell membrane when injected and causes adipic cytolysis to stimulate the target decomposition of adipose cells. The action of deoxycholic acid is reduced by albumin and tissue-related proteins, so its effect is limited to subcutaneous that lacks protein. Protein-rich tissues such as muscles and skin contribute to its safety without being affected by deoxycholic acid.