Carboxytherapy is offered as a subcutaneous treatment that uses carbon dioxide for mainly dermatological and circulation issues.
Through micro injections, the CO2 is introduced subcutaneously to force the body to draw in large amounts of oxygen to specific areas.
This results in improved blood and oxygen circulation, leading to immediate and medium-term cell regeneration.
How this process works
All bodily functions, including generation and development, are fueled by the intake of oxygen. The oxygen is absorbed by red blood cells, which travel through the body providing life-giving hemoglobin to every cell. The body then creates carbon dioxide as a waste product that is ultimately exhaled through the lungs.
In order to maintain this balance of oxygen versus carbon dioxide, the body will increase the rate of oxygen delivery to any area where high levels of carbon dioxide are encountered.
Carboxytherapy uses this process to trick the body into increasing the amount of oxygen to parts of the body where carbon dioxide is injected.
Cell activity is promoted, which in turn speeds up the healing process or the production of new cells to regenerate the area.
Carboxytherapy is effective in treating:
It is also very effective as an antiaging treatment