the What is Carboxy Therapy?
Carboxy Therapy is a non-surgical procedure used to improve various skin conditions with relatively no down time.
How does it work?
A fine needle is used to inject medical grade carbon dioxide gas (CO2) into the superficial layers of the skin, increasing oxygenated blood flow to the area. As your body repairs itself, collagen and elastin are restored leaving the skin rejuvenated.
What does Carboxy Therapy Treat?
Stretch Marks and Scars
Carboxy Therapy is the only treatment available for both old and new stretch marks that visibly repairs the fractures in the skin and is safe for all skin types. Carboxy therapy causes the formation of new collagen and subsequently thickens the skin to improve the appearance of stretch marks and scars by rebuilding the collagen matrix within the skin.
Dark Undereye Circles
Carboxy therapy can dramatically improve the appearance of dark under-eye circles. The most common reason for the darkening is caused by poor circulation beneath the lower eyelids.
The process of oxygenating the area of concern allows for improved healing by nourishing the skin, building and remolding collagen and elastin in the area, which ultimately smooths out cellulite. This process can leave your skin tighter, brighter and smoother.
Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Improves the elasticity, circulation, encourages collagen repair, and can improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.