Get the body you deserve with Sisu Clinic’s permanent fat reduction treatments. We use deoxycholic acid to naturally dissolve stubborn fat cells and stop them from ever returning. So, results are permanent, and a new level of self-confidence is yours.
You’ve heard right. Treatments that use deoxycholic acid as the active medicine can be very painful (think getting stung by a very angry wasp). However, at Sisu Clinic, we have created a compound formula using deoxycholic acid and a local anaesthetic (numbing) agent to eliminate the pain experienced during the treatment.
The permanent fat reduction treatment can be performed on every area of the body. This is most commonly used to treat the chin area, chest, abdomen, back, arms, hips, legs, and ankles. Your Sisu provider will be able to answer any specific questions you have about treating your desired target areas and will address these questions during your free treatment consultation.
At Sisu Clinic, our medical doctors offer a free consultation to any patient who is interested in treatment. For permanent fat reduction, anyone struggling with weight loss in specific areas can be a good candidate. The treatment is most commonly performed on the chin area, bra strap bulges, bingo wings, tummy, and more.
Permanent fat reduction at Sisu Clinic is the faster, non-invasive alternative to liposuction and plastic surgery. The active ingredient in Slim is synthetic deoxycholic acid. Human bodies naturally make their own deoxycholic acid to help break down and absorb dietary fat. This treatment tackles our fat cells and permanently removes them. Even though this treatment is permanent patients must also watch their diet and exercise to maximise the results.
We measure success in smiles, not milliliters. That’s why every treatment is personalised to suit your needs and will be based on an in-depth discussion between you and our medical practitioner. There are no surprises and no confusing cost-per-unit pricing.Learn More
We require a consultation before your first treatment, during which we will answer any questions you may have and develop a plan specifically for you. In most cases, you’ll be able to receive treatment immediately following your consultation.