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23 września 2019 0:41

Carboxytherapy - novelty in aesthetic medicine!



Carboxytherapy, otherwise known as carboxytherapy, is described as a great breakthrough in aesthetic medicine. The phenomenon of this method will be due to two main advantages, i.e. exceptional effectiveness while maintaining maximum safety. The number of applications and the effectiveness of this method is truly unique.

It is a safe and minimally invasive method, well proven to rejuvenate the skin, fight against cellulite, stretch marks, scars and excess body fat. It can also deal with skin sagging, baldness and circulatory disorders. This treatment will consist of intradermal or subcutaneous injection of carbon dioxide doses.

During this procedure, pure CO2 will be injected into subcutaneous tissues with a small needle. By penetrating the surrounding tissues, it will be able to increase dilatation in small blood vessels and new capillaries will also be formed. Blood flow will be better, oxygen and nutrients will reach the area to be treated.

Carbon dioxide therapy

In addition, the amount of carbon dioxide will also be increased, which means that oxygen will be less bound to the haemoglobin. So the oxygen that will be transferred through haemoglobin will remain in the tissues. Its high content will make it possible to create new blood vessels, and further, as we know, it will significantly improve blood circulation, will effectively affect the oxygenation of tissues.

Combining the aspects of mechanical breaking down of tissues and chemical effects on the skin makes it a technique that works well and fits perfectly with skin revitalization treatments. It is also worth noting that carbon dioxide is an ingredient that will not have a negative effect on the body. It is produced by our cells in the process of burning oxygen and will then be excreted by the lungs in a completely natural way as the final effect of the gas exchange. This component can be described as a highly neutral, neutral factor, which has a therapeutic character for the human body.