Carboxytherapy is commonly known as “a bubble treatment”. A device that controls the pressure and gas flow helps to insert CO2 (carbon dioxide) under the skin. Certified CO2, which is a medical gas used during laparoscopy, spreads evenly under the skin and expands the blood vessels. The nourishment and oxygenation of the tissues are improved thanks to this process. Carbon dioxide stimulates the processes of tissue regeneration and creation of capillaries. Punctures cause a mild inflammation which enhances the production of proteins. At the same time, collagen fibres shrink and microcirculation is better. Skin looks smoother and firmer. The enhancement of the tissue flow helps to diminish the circles under the eyes, among other things. The lack of any permanent skin lesions or increased sensitivity of skin as well as decreased risk of any allergic reaction are enormous advantages of this treatment. This method can be described as multidimensional action, it is little invasive and incredibly effective.

Treatment time

from 15 minutes onwards



Treatment intervals

1 week



Advantages of carboxytherapy

Reduction of cellulite and adipose tissue
Reduction of cellulite and adipose tissue

The gas in the body is partially converted into carbonic acid which mechanically damages and dissolves the fat cells.


Reduction of stretch marks and scars
Reduction of stretch marks and scars

After carbon dioxide enters the tissues, the skin reaction is inflammation which stimulates collagen and elastin production.

Improving skin condition
Improving skin condition

The metabolism and water retention are improved. Swelling and inequality are reduced.

Prevention of hair loss and hair skin diseases
Prevention of hair loss and hair skin diseases

Infusion of carbon dioxide increases the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients, resulting in better cell regeneration. Repeated treatments result in the formation of new small blood vessels.

  • Scars
  • Cellulite
  • Excessive adipos tissue
  • Stretch marks
  • Do not consume alcohol 24 hours before the procedure,
  • It is recommended to discontinue medicines containing acetylsalicylic acid 5 daysbefore the procedure
  • pregnancy and lactation,
  • advanced anaemia,
  • heart disease,
  • kidney failure,
  • lung failure,
  • infectious dermatoses,
  • vasculitis,
  • brain vascular disease,
  • cancer,
  • antibiotic therapy,
  • epilepsy,
  • glaucoma,
  • haemophilia,
  • anticoagulants intake,
  • a tendency to develop scars,
  • recent surgical procedures,
  • a recent heart attack,
  • angina.

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