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Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:19 pm
by elvis
has anyone tried or heard about aqualyx

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:15 am
by matt
No I haven't please describe more.

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:12 pm
by elvis
well i just came across it while i was looking for a treatment for myself
there are clinics here in spain that offer it as a treatment to reduce lipoma size
it's a course of injections each 3 to 4 weeks directly into the lipomas,
i'm also looking into lipo laser as an option, i have had lipomas removed last year
and didn't like the results so i'm checking out other options.

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 8:41 am
by matt
Hi elvis,

injections of what?

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2012 8:59 am
by Guest
Found this on a website

Aqualyx R , also known as "Solution Motolese" or as "Solution M" is a new solution for injection authorized as a medical device formulated to obtain a greater corrective response, particularly in those cases where the therapeutic response with phosphatidylcholine is nothing.

Aqualyx R is a solution microgelatinosa which however does not contain phosphatidylcholine but a mix of active substances capable of reducing the volume of the adipose tissue. Its use is strictly reserved for doctors who have received specific training in the use of technology dell'intralipoterapia.

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:22 pm
by caribou
Ehm, it contains what exactly? What active substances? Do you have any links?

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Sun Apr 13, 2014 10:08 pm
by Danny1 ... ualyx.html

Had this substance injected into my lipomas twice (one month interval between injections).
Lipomas did shrink (though at first they got a lot bigger and harder)
My doc says it will take from a few weeks to a few months for them to shrink.
I will inform you about the results in a few months' time

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Sat Apr 19, 2014 10:25 am
by 251152
Hey Danny1,

Where did you get this treatment and how much was it per injection? Is there a way to get it online somewhere and do it yourself at home?

By how much did your lipomas shrink approximately (in %)?

And lastly, what is your status now? Are you undergoing these injections now or you had those two you mentioned long time ago and now are planning to resume the injections?


Re: aqualyx

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 5:07 pm
by Guest
Hi 251152,

I'm currently residing in Germany, not far from the border of Germany and Poland.
I travel to Poland - one capsule of Aqualyx is 300 PLN = 72 EUR and it is used to
dissolve excess fat on abdomen/legs, etc.

I have about 20 small-size lipomas - the doctor says that the best results are visible in the case of bigger ones. So far I have had two rounds of injections (one capsule each) - at first my lipomas swell considerably, right now they are of 1/2 - 2/3 of the initial size.
The doc says I have to wait from a couple of weeks to a couple of months for my lipomas to dissolve... We will see what happens next.
I will keep you informed

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 10:17 pm
by 251152
Hmm, that sounds interesting. So he's saying that they'll completely dissolve overtime if you keep up the injections? Usually, with these types of treatments it always goes down to achieving some shrinkage but not the complete dissolution. If Aqualyx manages to dissolve any of your lipomas completely, that'll be a major thing.

So one capsule is enough to inject about 20 lipomas then?
If I have 50 for example, I'd need 2,5 capsules to have 1 injection in each?
Also, did your doctor say approximately how many injections will be necessary for a complete dissolution?

Thanks for your input

Re: aqualyx

Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2015 10:20 am
by bumpyjohn
Hi Danny

What is the name of the place you go to in Poland for the Aqualyx capsules?


Re: aqualyx

Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:20 am
by matt
Hi just posting these links here which I received from a member:

1) A recent study found that Aqualyx completely removed 70 % of the injected lipomas. The remaining 30 % shrank considerably.
2) The active ingredients in Aqualyx are 12alfa-dihydroxy-5beta-24-oico cholanic acid sodium salts (a close relative to deoxycholate)