Carbosyntheraphy - New in aesthetic medicine!
Treatment with carbon dioxide ("miracle gas"), otherwise known as carbosyntheraphy, was declared the biggest...
Carbosyntheraphy - New in aesthetic medicine!
Treatment with carbon dioxide ("miracle gas"), otherwise known as carbosyntheraphy, was declared the biggest breakthrough in aesthetic medicine. No wonder, because the number of applications and the effectiveness of this method is impressive. It is a safe, minimally invasive and clinically proven method used for skin rejuvenation, anti-cellulite, stretch marks, scars, local excesses of fat, loss of skin elasticity, hair loss and impaired circulation. The treatment consists of an intradermal or subcutaneous precise injection, using a Concerto syringe, administrating controlled doses of carbon dioxide (CO2).
How does Carboxytherapy work? :
Pure is injected into the subcutaneous tissue through a small needle. It penetrates readily into the surrounding tissues. CO2 causes significant enlargement of small blood vessels and the development of new capillaries. It increases the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients to feed the area and improves microcirculation and cell renewal. The response of the skin to CO2 injection is the stimulation of collagen, resulting in increased elasticity. Moreover, the increased amount of carbon dioxide reduces the oxygen binding capacity of hemoglobin, therefore, the hemoglobin leaves more oxygen in the tissue. A high content of the compound also causes the formation of new blood vessels, which leads to sustained improvement in blood circulation and oxygenation of the tissues. Thus, increasing the concentration of carbon dioxide triggers several mechanisms focused on quick delivery of larger quantities of oxygen to that area. Combining the aspects of mechanically breaking the tissue (penetration of gas) and the chemical effects on the skin makes carbosyntheraphy one of the most promising techniques for regeneration of the skin.
Is the CO2 used in carbosyntheraphy harmful?
CO2 is produced by our cells as a result of the reaction with oxygen and expelled by the lungs. This means that it is highly inert for every organism. It can safely be regarded as "organic", a therapeutic agent.
Carbosyntheraphy is a medical procedure and therefore the mechanisms of action, therapeutic effects and side effects have been extensively studied. So it is a safe procedure that can help improve the health and appearance of our skin.
The broad spectrum of the gas allows for a multitude of medicinal uses:
- a most effective treatment reducing major cellulite that combines mechanical and chemical effects on the destruction of fat cells and residual metabolites
- minimizing stretch marks (60-80%)
- wrinkle removal
- restoring firmness and elasticity of the facial skin and body
- minimization of the bags and shadows under the eyes
- reduction of double chin
- strengthening and regeneration of hair follicles and prevention of further hair loss
- increasing the thickness of the skin
- removal of fatty cushions around the eyes
REVITALISATION OF EYE AREA
The skin around the eyes is very delicate, and therefore requires careful care. With the application of CO2 in the vicinity of the eye contour several mechanisms are triggered, significantly improving the appearance of the skin. These comprise stimulation of collagen production, acceleration and streamlining of the process of neovascularization (formation of new blood vessels) and lipolytic effects (reducing body fat).
REVITALISATION OF THE SKIN ON THE NECK AND HANDS
The main objective of carbosyntheraphy in the neck area and hands is stimulation of the processes to increase the amount of collagen and elastin in the skin and thus its brightness. Expansion of the network of blood vessels positively affects the delivery of more oxygen and nutrients, which translates into a noticeable improvement in skin quality.
LOCAL CELLULITE AND FAT ACCUMULATION
Fat cells are very sensitive to CO2 injection. Part of the CO2 introduced into the fatty tissue changes into carbonic acid, which dissolves the fat cells. Increased blood flow leads to increased lymphatic drainage in the target area, improved metabolism and expulsion of the released fat. This process leads to a reduction in fat cells and sculptures the figure. Skin cell renewal and collagen synthesis stimulation lead to a smoothening of the surface of the skin and removal of the unsightly "orange peel" effect. Carbosyntheraphy as a fat and cellulite removal treatment is an excellent alternative to classic liposuction, not burdened with the complications associated with the traditional method.
Stretch marks are spindle-shaped bands, occurring most often in the skin of the thighs, abdomen, buttocks and breasts. Causes of stretch marks are: hormonal factors, a significant increase in body weight in a short time, pregnancy, genetic factors and functioning of connective tissue disorder. Stretch marks are the result of excessive stretching of the skin and break the collagen fiber network. Until now no effective method has been developed for remedying these changes. The most effective technique is treatment with carbon dioxide, which under optimal conditions and cooperation of the patient to be treated, is able to alleviate the visibility of stretching up to 80%. Thanks to carbosyntheraphy we improve the process of neovascularization (formation of new blood vessels) which translates into a significant improvement in skin blood flow. This results in a more efficient skin pigmentation (which in turn darkens the colour of stretch marks to the correct colour.
Carbosyntheraphy is the only therapy available both in the struggle with old and new stretch marks and brings visible improvement in the skin, regardless of its colour and hue.