Are you tired of trying to hide your chin under layers of makeup only to still be left frustrated and disappointed it lets down the rest of your styling? Have you tried just about everything it seems to get rid of that stubborn double chin? If the answer is yes to both of those questions, read on, as you are quite likely a great candidate for double chin injections, to rid yourself of that frustrating chin fat finally.
Kybella injections are used to assist in the removal of excess fat in the chin. This injectable treatment destroys fat cells permanently on exposure making them unable to either store or accumulate fat again, making them a popular non-surgical option for treating a double chin. The active ingredient in Kybella injections is a synthetic version of a naturally occurring molecule found in the human body used to emulsify and solubilise fats in the intestine. Kybella is a brand name for these injections, similar products are sold under other names, often specific to different regions, but they are also commonly referred to as double chin injections.
It’s essential to take note of any medications you currently take before going in for your consultation if you are considering having Kybella injections. Some medications may increase the risks of bruising and other side effects, so it is essential your practitioner is aware of what medications you are taking to ensure you are a suitable candidate for Kybella injections, or to adjust their approach if required to suit any difficulties certain mediations may cause. Remember never just to stop taking prescribed medications to have cosmetic treatments without medical advice, especially if they are essential for your good health. Always seek advice from your doctor as suddenly discontinuing medications even if they are non-essential can often cause issues, sometimes severe problems.
Having an active infection is a bad time for most cosmetic treatments. It’s always best to wait until your infection has cleared up and if necessary, been treated. Having a procedure while your body is already fighting an infection increases your risk of adverse outcomes and is something that makes you temporarily a poor candidate for Kybella injections.
It’s important to let your practitioner know if you have any ongoing medical issues, especially if they involve your face or neck. Other things to be sure to note in this regard are bleeding problems, problems swallowing, if you’re pregnant or plan to be shortly, or have had surgery anywhere in the region of your face, neck, or chin. If you are unsure if anything is worth a mention, it’s always better to let them know, as there may be issues you were unaware of that may interfere with your treatment in some way, so being cautious and thorough is the best approach.
If you have a lot of loose facial skin, especially if you do in your lower face and neck, you may not be an ideal candidate for Kybella injections. Speak to your practitioner about what you can do if you fall into this category. You may find you may be able to deal with your loose skin non-surgically if it’s not too severe or they may have other more suitable options to improve the appearance of your chin they can recommend. At a certain point if you have a lot of excess skin, often it’s worth considering if it’s time for a surgical facelift.
Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors perform a wide range of evidence-based, high-quality treatments, including double chin injections to help you reduce excess chin fat. They are exceptionally experienced at performing these treatments, providing their extensive experience with the advice that comes with being skilled Cosmetic Doctors. If you are considering double chin injections in Melbourne, you can’t go past the finest service available at Skin Club. Book an obligation-Consultation today, to find out the best approach to tackle your double chin concerns and regain your confidence and start letting your best features shine through.