You follow strict diet and rigorous exercise routine and yet there are body parts that just stay unchanged despite all your hard efforts. Under the chin fullness also known as double chin is one of those pesky areas.
What would you do if you knew that there was a proven way to melt this unsightly fat once and for all to reveal a more beautiful you? This rescue treatment comes in the form of Kybella, a nonsurgical procedure dubbed the miracle fat dissolver. Kybella NYC melts your fat cells permanently, leaving you looking younger with a well-defined and chiseled jawline.
At Skinly Aesthetics in NYC, our experts will help you go the extra mile to have the face of your dreams, with unparalleled satisfaction and confidence in the results!
Double Chin Removal
Kybella injections are FDA-approved for use in the submental, aka “double chin” region. We all know how difficult it is to lose fat in this area, which is exactly what Kybella was developed for. Double chin removal works well for those who have mild to moderate amount of fat under their chins without significant skin laxity. Once injected, Kybella will work to dissolve the fat cells in this area so that you can have a beautifully toned and slimmed jawline and neck.
Kybella Injections Areas
Kybella is most commonly used for double chin fat removal, but there are additional areas the procedure can be done.
- Kybella double chin: The main area where people get Kybella is under their chin. Kybella double chin removal is perfect for those with mild to moderate submental fullness.
- Kybella neck: Kybella treatment is also popular among those who want the appearance of a smoother, toned neck.
- Kybella jawline: Kybella for jawline may be used for people who want to redefine their jawline and have a more contoured look.
- Kybella thighs: If you’re struggling to get rid of fat in your thighs from exercise, Kybella treatment may be a good option for you.
- Kybella bra bulges: those unsightly pockets of fat can be safely removed with Kybella injections
Kybella Before and After
Unlike other parts of the body, under the chin fullness is very hard to conceal with clothing or makeup. Also, this body region is virtually impossible to work out in the gym and only extreme dieting can help with ridding excess fat. With permanent double chin slimming you are guaranteed to feel more confident and secure in the way you look.
Does Kybella really work? This is a frequently asked question, since the treatment is permanent and minimally invasive. Deoxycholic acid is the main component of Kybella, which is a naturally-occurring substance within our bodies that helps with breaking down dietary fats. When you come to our Skinly Aesthetics clinic for Kybella injections we will apply numbing cream to the area of interest to minimize injection pain. Then, the specialist will inject Kybella and apply ice afterwards. You will develop mild swelling for the next few days as the medicine works its way through fat. It is important to note that the results of this procedure will not be immediate; you will start noticing changes in around 3-4 weeks and most of the results will be visible after your second session is complete. But the changes will be permanent because destroyed fat cells will not be able to grow back and store fat. This means that you will have a noticeably toned and slimmer appearance, leaving you feeling more confident and youthful than before!
Kybella Procedure FAQ
How much does Kybella cost?
The cost of Kybella will depend on where you are getting it done and how many treatments you need, but we provide you with the most sensible packages in New York here at Skinly Aesthetics.
Does Kybella work?
Yes! Many people opt for this procedure because of its minimally invasive nature, virtually no downtime and permanent results.
Is Kybella safe?
Yes. Kybella NYC is a treatment that is FDA-approved and many clinical trials have proved that it is completely safe.
What are the Kybella side effects?
Since this is a non-surgical procedure, the side effects of Kybella are very minimal. Patients may experience minimal degree of swelling and bruising, but these side effects only last for a few days.
What is Kybella used for?
Kybella injections are used to destroy fat deposits in small areas of your body to provide you with a permanently slimmed-down and toned appearance.
How long is the procedure?
The procedure does not last very long and will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes at most.
How long does it take for Kybella to work?
Most patients start seeing visible changes by third or fourth week following the first treatment and see most results after their second session.
How many Kybella treatments do I need?
This will depend on the individual, but most patients tend to get 3-4 treatments on average for optimal results that are spaced one month apart.
How long does swelling last after Kybella?
Mild swelling is expected to last a few days and is a normal part of the fat melting process. As the swelling subsides the number of fat cells remaining will decrease proportionally.
Is Kybella painful?
Before the procedure, our specialist will apply numbing cream to the area being injected to minimize pain. There may be a quick stinging sensation immediately following the injection, but an ice pack will be applied to the area of injection to help minimize the tenderness.
Who is a good candidate Kybella?
Kybella works best for patients who have mild to moderate submental (under the chin) fullness also known as “double chin” with minimal skin laxity. As the fat cells are removed the skin around the injected area will tighten as well. However if you already have turkey neck or loose skin, Kybella injections may worsen the appearance after the fat is removed, since the skin will not be able to retract on its own.
Coolsculpting vs. Kybella
The main difference between Coolsculpting and Kybella is that Kybella is injected and Coolsculpting is not. Both are permanent due to the fact that they work by either freezing or dissolving fat cells. Both treatments provide gradual decrease in the amount of adipose tissue, aka fat, and both may need a few treatment sessions to get the best possible outcomes.