Deso Face & Body

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What are Fat Dissolving injections?

Deso Face and Deso Body is one of the brands that is used for fat dissolving
Deso is a deoxycholic solution that is injected into the fatty tissue, surrounds the cells, and destroys them. The remains of the fat cells are then excreted by the body safety as waste. Deso is used for people who want to get rid of stubborn areas of fat in their faces and in their bodies and is clinically proven for these purposes.

Set to be the next generation of fat dissolvers DESO face and DESO body. Similar to Aqualyx, DESO is thought to have much less swelling and is conveniently separated into face and body products. DESO can be used on many areas from head to toe including: ‘double’ chin, the arms, abdomen, flanks, buttocks, inner knees, thighs and back or bra ‘rolls’. Several sessions may be needed but it is said to have a faster result time than similar products on the market. DESO face and DESO body are administered using a needle however DESO body can also be administered using canula which will be shown on the course.

What is Deso?
Sodium Deoxycholate is a precursor to deoxycholic acid which is a naturally occurring bile acid present within the body. Its ability to affect cell membranes in adipocytes when injected makes it perfect for fat dissolving procedures. The main mechanism of sodium deoxycholate is to act on the membrane of fat cells promoting cell lysis.

Which areas can be treated?

  • Chin (double chin)
  • Hips (love handles)
  • Stomach (abdominal area)
  • Thighs (saddlebags)
  • Upper arms (arm toning)
  • Pseudo gynecomastia (male breasts)
  • Back (bra fat or muffin top)

1 Day. 9:30am – 5pm

There is also a support group that is available to you this provides the student practitioner will the knowledge that they are able to seek support and ask questions following the course which gives added confidence.

On successful completion, each student will receive their certificate to state they have completed the course, and this is CPD accredited.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you can gain adequate insurance, before booking this course. We do recommend you contact your insurance company to find out what their requirements are, as they change all of the time. If you do not have an insurance company we recommend Insync Insurance.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Health & Safety
  • Relevant Anatomy & Physiology
  • Consultation
  • Treatment Procedure
  • Injection and Mapping Technique
  • Deso Product Knowledge
  • Managing Client Expectations
  • Contraindications
  • Pre and Aftercare
  • Practical on models

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