One of the most distressing moments is when you look in the mirror or see yourself in a photo and notice you have a double chin. You may have an excellent diet and exercise often, yet still be unable to do anything about that pesky submental fat that distorts your profile and makes you look heavier and older than you actually are. Fortunately, there is an easy, non-surgical solution known as Kybella. Kybella is an injection that effortlessly melts away unwanted fat, slimming your silhouette and skyrocketing your confidence levels.
What is Kybella & How Does It Work?
Kybella is a non-invasive injectable made from deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring compound that is responsible for fat metabolism. When Kybella is injected into the area beneath the chin, it melts away the fat cells, which are then discarded as waste by the body over the course of 4-6 weeks. Once the fat cells are destroyed, they do not come back, so Kybella is considered a long-lasting solution.
Major Benefits of Kybella for Double Chin Removal
⚡️ Safer and less invasive than liposuction
⚡️ Helps slim and tone the profile
⚡️ Creates a more youthful, attractive aesthetic
⚡️ No anesthesia or incisions
⚡️ Long-lasting, sustainable outcome
⚡️Gets results where dieting and exercise have been ineffective
⚡️ Fast and efficient solution
⚡️Increased personal satisfaction with one’s image
Is there anything special I need to do to qualify for treatment?
The first thing to understand clearly is that Kybella is not for weight loss. It is a fat-reduction treatment targeted specifically for the area under the chin. Ideal candidates should be at a healthy weight, with no major medical issues. Most of our patients will have found that no amount of dieting or exercise has been able to improve the appearance of their double chin.
At your private consultation, we will sit down with you and discuss all your options so you know whether Kybella is a viable treatment for your goals.
Other than the chin, Kybella works great in the jowls, bra fat, bra roll, banana roll under buttocks, back fat, inner and outer thighs, knees and small areas around the belly button.