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Kybella in Arlington


Non-surgical and minimally invasive, Kybella is a technique designed to reduce a moderate to severe excess of fat beneath the chin.


Containing deoxycholic acid, Kybella injections are used to destroy fat cells in the treated area, minimizing them and the appearance of a double chin.


Why Choose Kybella for Double Chin Treatment?


Kybella is a fantastic option for those seeking to permanently rid of their double chin without invasive, high-risk methods.


This FDA-approved treatment typically takes about 15 to 30 minutes, with anywhere from 20 to 50 injections administered. It’s a quick and easy process that ensures effective results.


What Do Kybella Injections Feel Like?


Pain tolerance varies person to person, so there’s no definitive answer. Most likely, your provider will numb the area with numbing cream or an ice pack to minimize discomfort. At most, you may feel slight pressure or a tolerable pinch.


When Will I See Kybella Results?


Most patients require more than one treatment before they see optimal results. It takes over a month on average for the deoxycholic acid to destroy fat cells, reducing your double chin for good. Further treatment is not necessary to maintain results.


Am I a Good Candidate for Kybella?


A consultation is the only way to truly determine if you’re a suitable candidate for Kybella. Ultimately, Kybella is a safe method for those who are 18 or older wishing to get rid of excess fat.


It’s not recommended for patients who are pregnant / breastfeeding, have had or are intending to have facial surgery, or you have an infection / medical condition in this area.


Where Should I Go for Amazing Results From Kybella in Arlington?

At Skën Spa, we offer revolutionary treatments for our patients seeking both health and beauty, and Kybella is just one of those many cosmetic services we offer.


Contact us today at 703-747-9325 to book your consultation for a more confident you through an improved profile!

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