Needle mesotherapy with carbon dioxide
The action of carboxytherapy, which is the infusion of carbon dioxide gas, increases the blood flow, oxygen and nutrients to the area being treated. Natural growth factors are collected, like VEGF – vascular endothelial growth factor.
VEGF is a group of important proteins involved in the formation of the embryonic blood vessels of the embryo and angiogenesis, or capillary neoplasia in tissues. As a consequence of these processes microcirculation improves and cell renewal occurs.
Skin reaction to carbon dioxide injection is inflammatory, which stimulates the production of elastin and collagen.
Remodelling of the skin begins as early as the first treatment. Collagen fibres shrink, resulting in skin smoothing and elasticity, and cellulite is reduced.
Carbon dioxide injections lead to body shaping and reduction of localized adipose tissue.
Fat cells are very sensitive to the CO2 application. The gas in the body is partially transformed into carbonic acid, which mechanically damages and dissolves fat cells. Lymphatic drainage and oxygen circulation of the treated area are increased.
As a result of the treatment, metabolism and excretion of released fat improves. The process leads to shaping the silhouette and reducing stubborn fatty tissue in the thighs, buttocks, hips, knees and abdomen and improving colour and texture.
- To aid liposuction
- To oxygenate the skin
- Cramps of the limbs
- Chronic venous insufficiency
- Circulatory disorders
- Spider veins
- Regeneration of the hands
- Stretch marks
- Lack of elasticity
- Shadows under eyes