Carboxytherapy: needle mesotherapy with carbon dioxide.
- Carboxytherapy is a treatment that involves the injection of medical carbon dioxide into the subcutaneous tissue in a controlled manner, using a thin needle.
- CO2 spreading evenly under the skin causes the blood vessels to dilate, resulting in improved oxygenation and nutrition of the tissues.
- Carbon dioxide also stimulates regenerative processes, new blood vessels are formed and the skin becomes smoother, more resilient and more youthful.
- Local fatty tissue
- Skin flabbiness, lack of skin elasticity after pregnancy
- Dark circles and bags under eyes
- Treatment of hair loss and alopecia
- Scars and stretch marks
- Loss of skin firmness, wrinkles
- Biorevitalisation of complexion
- Carboxytherapy is a minimally invasive treatment, causes no damage to the skin, requires no recovery period, does not cause allergic reactions, does not sensitise the skin to UV radiation and can be performed all year round.
- The number of treatments depends on the severity of the skin imperfections. Usually a series of 6-8 treatments at 7-14 day intervals is recommended.
- The effects are noticed after the first few treatments, but the full remodelling of the skin and subcutaneous tissue lasts for 3 months after the series is completed.