In an article for The Atlantic in June, Lindsey Hunter Lopez described her own experience with Kybella. On her first visit, she had three vials of the drug injected just below her jaw with a needle. Six weeks later, she returned for a second round. In between, the bile acid dissolved the fat cells in her chin, which her body slowly excreted as waste. She suffered some pain, swelling, and bruising, and ponied up somewhere between $800 to $1,400 for each treatment. But for Hunter Lopez and many other Kybella fans, the mild suffering was well worth the final result. In fact, some people are hoping similar treatments will be made available for other parts of the body, like around your bra strap or above your knee. However, development on new fat-busting fronts could be slow, because the bigger the area you expose to fat-eating chemicals, the more likely you are to create (rather than eliminate) dimpled skin and uneven fat deposits.