Print

PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE

The Phosphatidylcholine is a phosphoglyceride commonly found in cell membranes of higher organisms.
When fatty acids get satturated, they contribute waterproofing the membrane of the adipocytes, preventing the fat from getting out which accumulates within it. Phosphatidylcholine allows us to break this vicious circle: it favors the action of enzymes that break down fat, increases the permeability of the membrane of the adipocyte enabling the output of fat, and avoiding it from being reabsorbed.

 

Indications:

Cellulite, lipodystrophies, localized fat.



Presentation:

Ampoule 5 ml