What is KYBELLA™?
KYBELLA is the first and only FDA-approved1 nonsurgical treatment for the double chin. Kybella melts fat under the chin, contouring and flattening this problem area without surgery.
- Nonsurgical, 20 to 30 minute in-office treatment
- Customized to achieve your treatment goals*
- Destroys fat cells beneath your chin. Once the fat is gone it does not come back!
So How Does KYBELLA™ work?
The active ingredient in KYBELLA is deoxycholic acid, a naturally occurring molecule in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat.
When this molecule is injected into the fat beneath your chin, it destroys fat cells. Once destroyed, these fat cells can no longer store or accumulate fat making it a solution to the double chin.
*Please note that individual results will vary and may not exactly match Before and Afters.
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Is KYBELLA™ right for Me?
KYBELLA™ may be the best way for you to lose your submental fullness (chin fat) if…
- You’re bothered by submental fullness
- Surgery is not an option for you
- You feel the condition makes you look older or heavier than you actually are
- You eat well and exercise, but submental fullness does not go away
KYBELLA™ has been extensively tested by the FDA and the focus of a global clinical development program involving more than 20 clinical studies with more than 2600 patients worldwide, 1600 of which have been lucky enough to try KYBELLA™1
Learn more about KYBELLA™
KYBELLA™ is just a 20 – 30 minute in-office treatment session. Simple injections into fat under your chin melt fat away.
You and your New Radiance Kybella Expert will customize your Kybella treatment based on the amount of submental fullness you have and your treatment goals. Together we can help you win the fight against that double chin.
Most patients treated with KYBELLA™ see their chin profile in 2 to 4 treatments (each treatment is spaced 1 month apart) Some people require up to 6 treatments in order to achieve results. Once your chin profile has improved you will likely not need to be treated again.*
For most patients, downtime was minimal and occurred most commonly after the first treatment session. When scheduling your treatments, keep your social plans and work commitments in mind.