CARBOXYTERAPY is very successfully used in various treatments to stimulate collagen and elastin, and thus to lift and lighten the skin, reducing dark pockets under the eyes.
What is the principle of CLINICCARE CARBOXYTERAPY?
The infusion of carbon dioxide into the skin develops an acidic environment that signals our body to provide oxygen to the tissue in the treated area and to accumulate natural growth factors (vascular endothelial growth factors). A few days after the treatment, there is an increased natural distribution of oxygen at the application sites, a completely new microcirculation is formed, lymphoid outflow is increased and in this way natural regeneration of the skin is achieved.
What does CARBOXYTERAPIA CLINICCARE look like?
During treatment, a certain amount of gas is injected into the skin using a gel and a mask (activator). During treatment, the client / patient may feel a slight tingling sensation and the treated area may turn slightly red due to the sudden deposition of oxygen. Already 5 minutes after the end of the treatment, the carbon dioxide applied to the skin is completely replaced by oxygen. The client / patient can return to their usual activities after the treatment and no subsequent recovery is required.
How many CARBOXYTERAPEUTIC treatments are needed?
Depending on the desired results, we usually apply 4 to 8 treatments of non-invasive CARBOXYTERPIA and the treatment can be performed once every 7 to 14 days. The effect of CARBOXYTERPIA is cumulative – each subsequent treatment increases the outcome of the previous treatment.
When is CARBOXYTERAPY recommended?
This treatment is recommended to stimulate elastin, and thus to lift and lighten the skin, reducing dark pockets under the eyes. During CARBOXYTERPIA, oxygen improves microcirculation and at the same time stimulates elastin, resulting in skin lifting and reduction of dark cams under the eyes.
CARBOXYTERPIA can also be combined with chemical peels, microneedles and other devices or lasers.