Here's an interesting development in the mesotherapy (melting fat by injection) story: as of early April 2011, the French Ministry of Health has outlawed all mesotherapy
for the purpose of dissolving subcutaneous fat. Whether you call it "Lipodissolve", "mesotherapy", or "injection lipolysis"...it's no longer permitted there. The Ministry of Health views it to be a serious health risk. As you may recall, France was the birthplace of mesotherapy, about 50 years ago - so they probably know more than anyone about the technique.
It will be interesting to see what the reaction will be here. Lipodissolve methods have had a checkered past here in the USA, although there is starting to be some good science on compounds like ATX-101, which we've discussed in an earlier blog (link here
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Labels: france, injection lipolysis, lipodissolve, mesotherapy