Got Fat? Get Lipolyte–The Hot Non-Surgical Fat Dissolving Treatment

By Dr. Teresa A. Denney
Wednesday - August 01, 2007

Lipolyte is the most exciting easy fat dissolving method available. Lipolyte does away with the traditional fat vacuum surgery and disposes of those unwanted fat inches. This patent pending formulation lipolyte, is injected into the offending bulge; the fat is reduced. Lipolyte formula especially tightens and lifts with the reduction of stretch marks (over stretched during pregnancy). Lipolyte, in the form of small little injections, breaks down the walls of the fat cell and it kills the cell permanently. The fat with toxic waste is then flushed out of the body when you go to the lua.


Lipolyte is Phosphatidyl choline, a purified form of lecithin; that causes lipase, an enzyme, to be released. Lipase, like lecithin, occurs naturally in the body. When lecithin is injected into the subcutaneous fat, it lyses the fat cells thereby killing and totally destroying the cell.

Lecithin was first used in the 1950?s to dial down climbing cholesterol and triglyceride numbers and is approved for use, according to the manufacturer, in Brazil, Germany, Italy, South America and in the U.S. Like BOTOX or aspirin it is approved for off label use by the FDA.

A Brazilian dermatologist, Patricia Rittes, M.D., widely credited with pioneering the treatment called Lipodissolve, natural has helped reincarnate the drug as a pathway to physical body sculpting. After experimental use as an injectable lipodissolve by doctors overseas, such as Rittes, it started to make its way to mainland USA. Then Dr. Denney brought it to Hawaii well over 5 years ago. Thanks to the off label usage, a few surgery-shy, but eager, patients are dissolving their eye bags, chin fat, whittle pudgy upper arms, abdominal and thigh fat pockets, love handles, back, buttocks, CELLULITE, and reducing fat pockets everywhere. Dr. Denney’s formulation (called Lipolyte) is so effective that it is now patent pending.

So how does Lipolyte work?

Depending on the area and the desired results, a patient gets injected with lipolyte, at the desired area spaced over the course of a few weeks. We call them unwanted fat “Fat Pockets”.

A very affective topical anesthetic is used at the injection site. One may experience some side effects like mild swelling and bruising or itching at the injection site. The patient waits a week and goes back in for another round of injections. After all the treatments are completed and the swelling subsides, one finds a new, fat free area; thanks to the fat dissolving properties of lipolyte. This melting will continue for up to four months. No official protocols have been established, so how many shots you need depends upon the desired results.

Anecdotal evidence shows it can ditch an inch or more of fat off your waist, arms or thighs and flatten under eye bags or the chin. Lecithin injections may also help with the cellulite, the puckering orange-peel skin that plagues 9 out of 10 women. We are injecting lipolyte to dissolve this stubborn fat that often shows up on the back, thighs and buttocks.


How much will the procedure cost you? Figure on $500 to $2,000 per session, depending on the part of the body being treated also, remember you’ll need several, sessions to get your desired results. Lipolyte is best used for the fat pockets. Larger areas will take more sessions and it will dissolve fat a little over a half inch to an inch at a time. We are helping you dissolve the fat layers a little at a time. We at the Waikiki office are offering this service to Hawaii. For information about our free consultation call 732-0888.

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