Carboxytherapy

Definition - What does Carboxytherapy mean?

Carboxytherapy is a medical procedure that is used to reduce the appearance of cellulite, dark circles under the eyes, and stretch marks. The treatment is typically used for the face, eyelids, neck, buttocks, arms, stomach and legs. Additionally, carboxytherapy aids in the collagen repair and reducing fatty deposits. The procedure utilizes carbon dioxide that is filtered and injected into the problem areas.

TheConsultation explains Carboxytherapy

Carboxytherapy can be used for several medical issues, but is a safe, FDA-approved procedure. Patients typically require 7-10 visits before they see results. These visits are often less than 30 minutes and can be conducted weekly. Carbon dioxide is a natural byproduct of respiration. Carboxytherapy helps to increase blood flow, by introducing additional carbon dioxide to problem areas. The body responds by sending more blood. The oxygen rich blood enters the cells and can help restore and repair them naturally.

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