L-Carnitine 20% Information:
L-Carnitine 20% 5ml ampoule
A Fat Carrier Solution. In its natural form in
the body, L-Carnitine is responsible for metabolizing fat. After breaking down
the stored fat, it mobilizes the fatty acids into the bloodstream, attaching
itself to them and carrying them to the area of the cell that converts fat to
energy. L-Carnitine Fat Carrier Solution is essential for optimal fat burning.
L-Carnitine exists naturally in the body and is an
essential cofactor of acid metabolism of lipids. The
best known function of carnitine is its essential role
in transporting longchain fatty acids into mitochondria
for boxidation, thus being of fundamental importance in
lipid catabolism and energy production.
this main action, carnitine has other physiological
roles, namely detoxification of non metabolizable acyl
residues, general buffering of the acylCoA to CoA ratio,
and the shuttling of the acyl groups of acylCoAs, such
as peroxisomes, cytosol and mitochondria. All these
functions are mediated by a group of carnitine
acyltransferases, enzymes specific for the acyl- chain
According to some authors, carnitine and
its esters protect cells from oxidative damage both by
inhibiting free radical propagation and by contributing
to repair the oxidized membrane phospholipids. Since the
fat burning is such a major source of muscular energy,
deficiencies in L-Carnitine are manifested as low energy
levels and muscular weakness.
On the basis of the
multiple functions described above, carnitine represents
a precious aid in the treatment of cellulitis, condition
where an alteration of the microcirculation affects the
normal functionality of adipocytes, which start to
synthesize and accumulate excessive amounts of
The action of carnitine is
particularly valuable since it not only promotes lipid
catabolism, but also helps in detoxifying and
regenerating cells, restoring the physiological
functionality of the dermis.
For professional and
experienced training in mesotherapy only.
Administration: Transdermal with
virtual mesotherapy (electroporation, iontoforesis) or
with superficial subcutaneous micro injections or with
Derma Roller. Administering superficial subcutaneous
micro injections or by traditional mesotherapy method
depends on the legislation of each country and has to be
performed by medically trained staff.