Carboxytherapy is a treatment in which carbon dioxide is administered transdermally and subcutaneously by means of localized micro injections. Originated in 1932 and performed at the spas of Royat Clermont-Ferrand (France), Carboxytherapy showed significant improvements in patients with peripheral vascular disease.
In the medical field, the controlled administration of carbon dioxide, generates at the subcutaneous level, an increase of the microcirculation of the tissue due to the relaxation of the merarterioles and precapillary sphincters in response to the phenomena of angiogenesis.
Therefore, thanks to the increase of the oxidation of the tissues and to a reactivation of cellular metabolism, Carboxytherapy allows to treat the PEFS (Edemato-fibro-sclerotic pannicolopatia), of localised fat, sagging skin and psoriasis.
Oxygen therapy and Hyperbaric Oxygen is treated through the administration of medical oxygen.
Oxygen therapy is a method used in the treatment of localised fat. By means of its oxidative function and thanks to the high concentrations that are administered during the treatment, the medical oxygen causes lipid peroxidation damage resulting in the reduction of the adipose tissue.
Hyperbaric oxygen is a percutaneous infusion technique used not only in anti-ageing treatments as the vehicle of some molecules through the layers of the dermis, but also, thanks to its percutaneous oxidation mechanism, in the treatment of:
- Skin laxity
- Post-surgical oedemas
- Stretch marks
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