Carboxytherapy is a treatment reserved exclusively for application by trained medical professionals in aesthetic medicine . The application of carbon dioxide is part of non-invasive procedures.
It is subcutaneous injections of CO2 in the area of the eyecup, which produce vasodilation of blood vessels, improving circulation and producing a tissue oxygenation.
What results offered by this technique?
Carboxitherapy provides satisfactory results in dark circles of vascular origin (bluish or purplish color), improve local microcirculation, oxygenation of tissues and the synthesis of collagen and elastin fibers. Thus, we get improved color, tone and elasticity of the skin of the eyecup.
How many sessions consists?
Carboxiterapia sessions can be scheduled weekly or biweekly, depending on how ojera. The patient must know that at least six sessions are required.
Is it a definitive treatment?
The percentage of effectiveness depends on each particular case. In many cases, adjuvant therapies are required as filling with hyaluronic acid.
Does the patient must have some special care once treatment is completed?
The skin around the eyes is exceptionally thin and delicate, with a thickness much less than the rest of the body skin. After the session carboxiterapia, swollen eyelids tend to be (from a few minutes to a few hours), depending on patient characteristics (similar to what happens after crying or not sleeping well). Small hematomas can also occur due to the microinjection. It is important not to rub the area during the early hours and proper maintenance to keep the area in the best state. After carboxiterapia, do physical exercise and a completely normal life.