It has a mobilising lipotropic action as it increases the fluidity or permeability of the adipocyte membrane, favouring the removal of the fat component. The fact that it favours permeability is related to fatty acid saturation (as saturation increases, permeability decreases); as such, a polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine is used.

Uses :

Phosphatidylcholine is an excellent fat burner that can be used as an aid in slimming treatments. Indications for the cosmetic use of phosphatidylcholine are restricted to small localised fat deposits in patients who are the ideal weight or slightly overweight. It is worth highlighting that treatment with phosphatidylcholine in isolation does not reduce weight, it only assists with body contouring.

Method of use :

Topical use, electrophoresis, iontophoresis, transdermal mesotherapy via electroporation.

Precautions :

Avoid contact with mucous membranes, External use only.