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Carboxytherapy

Carboxytherapy – a therapeutic and rejuvenation procedure consisting of subcutaneous injections of carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon dioxide saturating the tissues in the process of carboxytherapy stimulates blood circulation and improves oxygen release by oxyhemoglobin.

Carbon dioxide saturating the tissues in the process of carboxytherapy stimulates blood circulation and improves oxygen release by oxyhemoglobin.

The treated area gets a powerful stimulation pulse for regeneration supported by activation of proper resources of the body. In the result subdermal tissues are restructured even after a few procedures. It happens literally right in front of your eyes: during the first sessions the gas is distributed only in several direction but gradually it diffuses more and more evenly, thus indicating destruction of fibrotic folds and uniformity of the supporting tissues. At the same time, subcutaneous fat deposits are destroyed and cleared from the body, that only enhances therapeutic and rejuvenating effect. Besides, carboxytherapy activates neocollagenoses (formation of new collagen fibers), stimulating the respective functions of fiberblasts.

This mechanisms underlies in the most pronounced esthetic result of the method – increase of flexibility and elimination of skin laxity.