Carboxitherapy use to fight cellulite

Written by: Dra. Katherine Bedoya Jerí
Published: | Updated: 18/11/2018
Edited by: Top Doctors®

Carboxytherapy is a medical technique that involves the subcutaneous infiltration of carbon dioxide used for therapeutic purposes. Is the most effective method if the patient wants to remove localized cellulite, improves substantially as orange peel.

The beneficial effects of this medicinal gas are known since the 80's and many patients have been treated with this gas, supporting its efficacy and safety for complex situations or conditions to deal with other methods. It was also found that the carboxiterapia combat localized fat, sagging skin, baldness, and psoriasis, among others.


Therapeutic effects of carboxiterapia

Carboxitherapy has multiple applications and generates healthy profits in our body, such as:

1. Increase in tissue oxygenation, improving main microcirculation, causing cellulite, including skin reactions.2. Effect of fat destructor, thanks to the activation of receptors that stimulate tissue lipolysis.3. Improvement inflammation and fibrosis of tissues damaged very beneficial in inflammatory skin diseases such as psoriasis, fibrous scars and stretch marks.4. Improving the quality of the skin by stimulating collagen, elastin and also during toxins are removed, improving skin tone.5. Improves blood flow velocity and the opening of capillaries.


How carboxitherapy infiltrates?

It involves applying small injections localized gas performed with equipment specifically designed for this purpose. Treatment equipment has a rate controlling outflow of the gas, which calculates the dose administered and the injection time. The gas is introduced through the skin, through a fine needle to which the gas reaches, through a flexible conduit from the computer.

Each session can last between 20 and 60 minutes depending on the size of the area to be treated and, for optimum results, multiple sessions are required to be determined by the doctor and the characteristics of pathology.


Potential Risks

Side effects of carboxitherapy are only relevant to your application. This method can generate a slight feeling of tension or relaxation of the treated fabrics, as well as a few small bruises, a few days disappear like any bruise.

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Dra. Katherine Bedoya Jerí

By Dra. Katherine Bedoya Jerí
Aesthetic Medicine

The Bedoya doctor is a specialist in Aesthetic Medicine. Expert in facial rejuvenation treatments with botox, facial fillers, bio-stimulants (PRP ), thread lift, dermarrollers, peels, mesotherapy, laser;Corporal with carboxiterapia, Aqualix, etc. She graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 1994 from the State University of Medicine Russia, Moscow. Member of several associations and author of numerous publications.

*Translated with Google translator. We apologize for any imperfection

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