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Discover the ultimate fat busting secret with Kybella. A permanent solution for stubborn fat like the double chin and bra fat.

Why It’s Special

  • Noticeable less fat within days of injections.
  • Made naturally in the body, Deoxycholic acid aids in the breakdown of fat. No surgery required.
  • Performed by advanced practice providers whose "core practice" is injecting in all areas of the face and body
Frequency of Treatment Every 12 weeks; 2–4 treatments are recommended for best results.
Pricing $450 per syringe (most treatments require 2–4 syringes)

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Wedding skin prep can look different for some bride-to-be depending on timeline and budget. It’s important to consider at-home skin care and in-clinic treatments, too!

Here’s what you need to know.

How often do results last?

Results from treatment are permanent. We recommend diligent lifestyle measures to maintain fat loss results.

What is the downtime? Can I go back to work after my treatment?

You will notice mild to moderate swelling immediately after the treatment that can be camouflaged with clothing. Moderate swelling may last about 72 hours and mild swelling may persist for up to 12 weeks.

Are there any other side effects I should know about?

The most common reactions include pain at the injection site, bleeding, bruising/hematoma, temporary redness and swelling, induration at the injection site and nerve injury causing temporary numbness.