Hi Aqualyx works well to dissolve small areas of fat and it works in exactly the same way as Kybella/ Belkyra.
Take a look at my page on fat-dissolving injections, too, and scroll down to find all the FAQs around the treatment.
Then once you’re well-equipped with what you need to know, have a consultation with whichever doctor you have chosen to understand exactly how they would use the product in the face. These treatments need specialised injection techniques in order to get the best results.
Bear in mind that the treated area is going to be swollen and painful/itchy for up to a week after treatment, and you will need more than one round to treatment.
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