Carboxytherapy is an innovative treatment that has been known since 1932.  And thanks to its beneficial effect on the skin has experienced a real revolution in recent years. It is used by both women and men who want to look and feel great in their own skin. Carboxytherapy is a treatment, which has a wide and multifunctional use, aimed at improving the appearance.

What is carboxytherapy treatment?

The key agent in this treatment is carbon dioxide – CO2. The treatment itself consists of an injection into the intradermal or subcutaneous layers.  Carbon dioxide, which may not be known to everyone but occurs naturally in our skin. Medical carbon dioxide is transported with the blood to the lungs where it is exchanged for oxygen. As a result, carbon dioxide is helpful in transporting blood to the various tissues in our body. It is also necessary to mention the vasodilating effect, thanks to which there is a greater supply of oxygen to both muscles and tissues.  Which in turn improves blood circulation in our body.

Carboxytherapy and its application

Carboxytherapy shows a wide range of possibilities for its application. It can be used to get rid of the proverbial bags and shadows under the eyes. Which look unattractive, and thanks to the treatment the eyes gain their given glow and the shadows are eliminated. As far as eye treatments are concerned, carboxytherapy also helps with the problem of drooping eyelids. In addition, it is recommended for the reduction of cellulite and adipose tissue. By breaking down fat cells, which are later removed from our body. Carboxytherapy is used to treat scars and stretch marks, which leads to firming and improving the elasticity of the skin and the re-production of new collagen.

By combining carboxytherapy with emege laser, we can get really satisfactory and long-lasting results. Wrinkle reduction is also a problem that carboxytherapy can deal with. Causing adequate oxygenation and smoothing out wrinkles that appear on the skin. Maybe not everyone knows but this treatment has a wide application in hair loss inhibition because thanks to carbon dioxide hair roots are strengthened.  Hair are stronger and fall out much less. An additional application of this type of treatment is to help in circulatory disorders. Chronic venous insufficiency, treatment of psoriasis and eczema and ulcers arising from diabetes and varicose veins. With all these problems you can see surprisingly good results of carboxytherapy.

Carboxytherapy – is there anything to be afraid of?

Treatment with medical carbon dioxide is a safe, minimally invasive and extremely effective procedure. Carboxytherapy is recommended for people who are afraid of pain, because it does not require anesthesia and is virtually painless. So people with a low pain threshold are able to withstand the treatment. The only pain patients feel is during the needle prick, then you can only feel the expansion and slight pressure. People who are afraid of needles may have some resistance to the procedure, because it uses special equipment equipped with a needle thanks to which CO2 is introduced under the skin. The equipment used in aesthetic medicine clinics is so advanced that it can dispense the amount of flowing gas.

Contraindications to perform this type of treatment.

Before performing any treatment, so the carboxytherapy should go to a medical consultation. Which will be conducted interview with the patient, performed tests and excluded any possible diseases. Doctor will also give a number of contraindications due to which the treatment will not be carried out. The main contraindications include pregnancy and breastfeeding, inflammation caused by bacteria. Viruses or fungi and skin infections whose origin is unknown. The procedure will not be performed if you have recently suffered a heart attack or stroke, cancer, or are undergoing chemotherapy or dialysis. Contraindication is also rosacea, diabetes, hemophilia, epilepsy or phlebitis. Disqualifies the possibility of performing the procedure also lung. Kidney and heart failure, arterial hypertension, pulmonary embolism and erythema and various types of edema and hematomas.

What is worth knowing about the treatment of carboxytherapy?

Most often after the treatment there is redness, and sometimes swelling and bruising may also occur. The time of the treatment itself depends on the size of the area and the place where it is to be performed and usually takes up to several minutes. To achieve a satisfactory effect it is recommended from 5 to even 15 treatments. But everything depends on the surface and the condition of the skin. Performing the procedure on a small area gives the possibility to notice an immediate effect. After the procedure, it is worth thinking about the proper moisturizing of the skin. It is not recommended to use the sauna and swimming pool for some time. In order to maintain the satisfactory effect for as long as possible it is also recommended to follow a diet, giving up fatty foods and various types of stimulants.

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