Our clinics offer non surgical liposuction for men and women using two different methods that complement each other:

  • Ultrasound Cavitation

  • Deso injections to dissolve fat in the face and any area in the body except female breasts

Deso Face and  Body Fat Dissolving Injections


Treatments known as “injection lipolysis” have been commonly associated with the term “mesotherapy” to reduce or eliminate unwanted local accumulations of fat. Various terms for treatments that used to “dissolve” fat seem to be used interchangeably, although “mesotherapy” has gained prominence in the public vernacular.

Injection lipolysis is typically done with many products. The one common ingredient in all injection lipolysis formulations is Deoxycholic Acid which is known as Deso injection. It is used either for the face or the body.

Safety and Efficacy of Injection Lipolysis:

The procedure is very efficient and safe with rare side effect of infection.


Localised fat in the Face as double chin and jowls

Areas of the body are:

  • Abdomen 

  • Thighs 

  • Sides 

  • Buttocks  

  • Upper arms 

  • Neck 

  • Male breast

Other conditions can be treated with the Hifu body


Stretch Marks

Body Sculpting

Aging Skin|

Contraindications to Deso injections:

  • Age below 18 years

  • Pregnancy and lactation

  • Type 1 Diabetes on insulin

  • Vascular diseases

  • Female breast

  • Liver or kidney diseases

  • Acute and chronic infections

Hypothyroidism and the use of Beta Blocker will diminish the results but are not contraindications.

After Treatment:

  1. Avoid Aspirin and take paracetamol only

  2. Use compression garments for 2-5 days and can use ice packs for 5 minutes.

  3. Avoid heat and sauna and sunlight for a few days.

  4. Skin tightening may be needed with Hifu or carboxy therapy

  5. Client should be advised to drink at least 2 litres of fluids daily

  6. Client can resume their daily work on the same day.

  7. Avoid hot shower and bath on the treatment day.

Possible Side Effects:

  1. Some redness of the skin and slight discomfort

  2. Nodules and localised swellings which may stay for a month

  3. Bruises may follow the injections

  4. Allergic reaction which is rare