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I’ve lost count of how many girls have asked me versions of the same question regarding fat dissolving injections: ‘So.. if you can dissolve the double chin fat area, why can’t you do my bra-strap ‘back boobs’, my inner thigh gap or my annoying outer boob/underarm jiggly bits?! Well simply put, I can! Treating these areas is known as an ‘off label’ treatment. This means that the fat dissolving can only be done by an experienced doctor because we’ll be using the fat dissolver in a different body area to the double chin.
I’ve been getting really good results doing off label fat dissolving and in this example we started to address my clients stubborn areas behind her arms and on the sides of her shoulder blades. We’ll do 2-4 separate sessions, each spaced 6 weeks apart. The photos as always will be posted once the initial swelling has resolved.
The off label areas that women want to treat are very common complaints. It seems like no matter how much exercise or dieting you do, they won’t shift. There is good evidence that hormone levels and in particular oestrogen can affect how and where women deposit fat, so start thinking about how your diet and lifestyle can influence your hormones. (My naturopath wife @hasmirasloane will be SO proud of me😁)
#Objectoftheweek : Mystery Vials
While going through our collections we came across these vials of #mystery liquid and floating debris. These are likely medicinal, and possibly from around the 1940's. Entirely sealed vials like these were used to keep medicines sterile and make their content quickly accessible when needed (such as breaking the tip of a vial to access a pre-threaded needle in alcohol).
While these vials are fascinating objects, not all objects can remain in our collections. Due to the unknown nature of the vial contents and the breakable nature of the glass they pose a potential safety risk, and must therefore be remove from our collection and responsibly disposed of.
Do you know what these vials are, where they came from, or what they may contain?