Carboxytherapy is a treatment that involves injecting carbon dioxide (CO2) into the skin or subcutaneous tissues. CO2 is administered through micro needles in areas of the body such as the face, neck, abdomen, or legs, stimulating blood circulation and oxygen flow, improving the skin's appearance, reducing localized fat, and promoting collagen production. It treats stretch marks, cellulite, dark circles, sagging, and wrinkles.

Who is a good candidate?

A good candidate for Carboxytherapy seeks to improve the appearance of the skin by eliminating cellulite, stretch marks, sagging, wrinkles, and localized fat.

Recovery process

Recovery after Carboxytherapy is quick and does not require suspending your normal activities. After treatment, it is common to experience slight redness, swelling, or warmth in the treated area. These side effects usually disappear within a few hours or days. It is recommended to avoid direct sun exposure, apply sunscreen and keep the skin moisturized and follow the specialist's instructions.


No anesthesia is required. If requested by the patient, topical anesthesia can be used.

Frequently Asked Questions

01. Is Carboxytherapy painful?
Carboxytherapy may cause a temporary sensation of pressure or heat in the treated area, but it is generally not painful. Some people may experience mild discomfort during the procedure, which is tolerable.
02. How many Carboxytherapy sessions are needed?
The number of sessions required may vary depending on the area to be treated and individual needs. Generally, 6 to 10 sessions are recommended for best results.
03. When can the results of Carboxytherapy be seen?
Carboxytherapy results may vary depending on personal conditions and the area treated. Some patients may notice improvements after a few sessions, while others require more time. Results are generally progressive and continue to improve throughout treatment.


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