Carboxytherapy is treatment focused on decreasing the appearance of stretch marks, subcutaneous fat and general skin rejuvenations.
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Time of procedure
3 out of 5
Average Sessions Required
Multiple sessions depending on amount to dissolve
WHAT IS Carboxytherapy?
Carboxytherapy is a multi-functional treatment that involves injection of carbon dioxide gas into and below the skin to stimulate rejuvenating effects.
HOW DOES Carboxytherapy work?
When carbon dioxide gas is injected into the skin, it has the effect of stimulating collagen production so can be used to treat stretch marks and skin laxity, as well as fine lines and wrinkles.
What are the benefits?
Carboxytherapy is used to treat skin issues such as laxity, fine lines and wrinkles and stretch marks, and can be used to treat cellulite and help reduce stubborn areas of fat on the body and under the chin (‘submental fat’)
What areas can be treated?
Carboxytherapy can be used on any area that has stretch marks, cellulite or fine lines however the most common are the eyes to improve fine lines and stretch marks on the glutes, hips and breasts.
Can it be used with other treatments?
What is the downtime?
There can be raised bumps or slight redness from injection points but this usually subsides within a couple of hours. With any injectables there is always a chance that bruising and/or swelling can occur which would usually arise within 48 hours from treatment.
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