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· What is carboxytherapy? Carboxytherapy   is   the   administration   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   for   therapeutic   purposes.   Carboxytherapy   was discovered   in   the   Royal   Spas   of   France   in   the   1930’s   when   bathing   in   the   pools   of   carbon   dioxide   rich   waters was shown to speed wound healing. Carboxytherapy   takes   advantage   of   a   physiological   principle   known   as   oxygen   off-loading.Carbon   dioxide   is naturally   present   in   our   bodies   at   all   times   and   it   is   essential   to   the   life   processes   of   both   animals   and plants.With every breath, we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. By   injecting   a   small   amount   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   into   the   area,   we   are   “tricking”   the   body   into   increasing   the   oxygen   flow   to   the   area   by compelling   the   red   blood   cells   to   pick   up   all   of   the   excess   CO2   that   we   injected   so   that   it   can   be   carried   back   to   the   lungs   for   elimination from the body with the next exhalation. Carboxytherapy   is   used   for   the   treatment   of   dark   under-eye   circles,   stretch-marks,   cellulite   reduction,   non-surgical   fat   sculpting   on   the   face and the body, etc. What areas of the body can be treated with carboxytherapy? Carboxytherapy can be used to treat the eyelids, face, neck, arms, stomach, buttocks, and legs. What other benefits occur from carboxytherapy? In   addition   to   increasing   oxygenated   blood-flow   to   the   region   injected,   carboxytherapy   also   increases   collagen   formation   in   the   skin,   giving it a more youthful appearance. How does carboxytherapy work for dark undereye circles? One   major   cause   of   dark   under   eye   circles   is   vascular   pooling.   The   capillary   network   of   the   lower   eyelids   can   become   congested   for   a variety   of   reasons.   Normally,   the   tears   drain   from   the   eyelids   into   the   nose,   but   if   there   is   some   obstruction   due   to   chronic   nasal   congestion from   seasonal   allergies,   previous   nasal   fracture,   or   a   deviated   septum,   the   drainage   doesn’t   function   well,   and   the   blood   flow   to   the   lower eyelids   becomes   sluggish,   giving   rise   to   the   boggy   blue   tinge   known   casually   as   “allergic   shiners.”   The   lack   of   appropriate   oxygenation   to   the lower   eyelid   skin   allows   the   bluish   cast   to   show   through   the   thin   skin   of   the   eyelids.   Carboxytherapy   works   to   improve   the   capillary   network of   the   lower   eyelids,   as   well   as   to   increase   the   dermal   collagen   layer   in   the   lower   eyelid   skin.   By   injecting   a   small   amount   of   carbon   dioxide gas   into   the   affected   areas,   blood   flow   is   increased   and   improved   capillary   networks   are   formed   for   longer   lasting   circulatory   benefit.   The bluish   cast   is   replaced   with   a   healthy   pink   tone.   Once   a   series   of   treatments   is   completed,   the   skin   has   a   more   luminous   appearance   that lasts approximately six months. The   technique   used   to   treat   dark   circles   beneath   the   eyelids   is   different   than   the   technique   used   to   treat   fat.   However,   there   are   some instances where we may wish to dissolve fat beneath the eyelids. How does carboxytherapy work for stretchmarks? Stretchmarks   (striae   distensae)   occur   when   the   skin   is   stretched   to   the   point   where   the   dermal   collagen   ruptures.   Carboxytherapy   causes the   formation   of   new   collagen   and   subsequently   thickens   the   skin   to   improve   the   appearance   of   the   stretchmarks   by   rebuilding   the collagen matrix. How does carboxytherapy work for cellulite and fat reduction? When   injected   via   a   specific   technique,   carbon   dioxide   gas   is   directly   toxic   to   fat   cells.   The   fat   cells   literally   burst   and   are   eliminated   by   the body. How is the carboxytherapy treatment administered? We   use   a   special   machine   to   administer   the   carbon   dioxide   gas.   There   is   a   tank   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   that   is   connected   by   plastic   tubing   to a   flow-regulator.   The   flow-regulator   slows   down   the   speed   of   the   gas   according   to   the   rate   selected   by   the   physician,   Dr.med.   J.   Infantes. The   gas   emerges   from   the   flow-regulator   into   sterile   tubing   that   has   a   filter   connected   at   the   exit   to   remove   any   trace   impurities   before   the gas   is   run   through   a   tiny   needle   attached   to   the   opposite   side   of   the   filter.   The   pure   gas   is   now   ready   to   be   injected   beneath   the   skin   via   the tiny needle. What does carboxytherapy feel like? Carboxytherapy   doesn’t   hurt;   it   just   feels   a   little   “weird.”   Because   of   differences   in   the   techniques   used   to   treat   the   eyelids,   stretch-marks, scars,   and   fat   deposits,   the   sensation   is   slightly   different   depending   upon   what   is   actually   being   treated.   When   treating   the   lower   eyelids patients   will   feel   puffy,   like   they   were   up   crying   all   night,   but   that   will   subside   once   the   gas   is   absorbed   over   the   next   five   to   ten   minutes. The   treatment   of   stretch-marks   and   scars   is   relatively   painless   because   this   skin   doesn’t   have   the   same   ability   to   sense   pain.   Some   pressure from   the   gas   may   be   felt   as   the   stretch-marks   are   distended,   and   they   can   feel   a   bit   itchy,   but   again   this   subsides   in   about   five   minutes once   the   gas   is   absorbed   by   the   body.   Scars   generally   feel   no   pain   because   there   are   no   nerves   in   scar   tissue.   The   treatment   of   cellulite   and fatty   deposits   on   the   arms,   abdomen,   and   legs   has   a   unique   sensation   of   its   own.   This   is   because   a   larger   amount   of   the   gas   is   injected directly   into   the   offending   fat   deposits   and   allowed   to   expand.   While   the   gas   is   expanding,   you   may   feel   some   pressure   in   the   area   being treated   that   feels   similar   to   when   the   arm   is   squeezed   by   a   blood   pressure   cuff.   The   areas   will   feel   warm   and   tingly   for   up   to   24   hours   after the treatment as the circulation to the area is improved. How many treatments will I need? This   depends   upon   the   severity   of   the   problem   being   treated.   Usually,   six   to   twelve   treatments   spaced   one   week   apart   yields   an   excellent result. Are there any risks and side effects associated with carboxytherapy? Yes,   please,   check   Contraindications & Side effects ”. How long does a typical treatment session last? The average carboxytherapy treatment takes approximately fifteen to thirty minutes to complete. What should I avoid after treatment? Avoid emerging in water for 4 hours after the treatment such as baths, swimming, or saunas.   Click the following liks for more information: 1.- Introduction 2.- Indications 3.- Contraindications & side effects 4.- Frequently asked questions 5.- Photo Gallery      If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services   or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone   (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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Frequently asked questions about  Carboxitherapy
· What is carboxytherapy? Carboxytherapy   is   the   administration   of   carbon dioxide        gas        for        therapeutic        purposes. Carboxytherapy   was   discovered   in   the   Royal   Spas of   France   in   the   1930’s   when   bathing   in   the   pools of carbon dioxide rich waters was shown to speed wound healing. Carboxytherapy   takes   advantage   of   a   physiological   principle   known as    oxygen    off-loading.Carbon    dioxide    is    naturally    present    in    our bodies   at   all   times   and   it   is   essential   to   the   life   processes   of   both animals   and   plants.With   every   breath,   we   inhale   oxygen   and   exhale carbon dioxide. By   injecting   a   small   amount   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   into   the   area,   we are   “tricking”   the   body   into   increasing   the   oxygen   flow   to   the   area   by compelling   the   red   blood   cells   to   pick   up   all   of   the   excess   CO2   that we    injected    so    that    it    can    be    carried    back    to    the    lungs    for elimination from the body with the next exhalation. Carboxytherapy   is   used   for   the   treatment   of   dark   under-eye   circles, stretch-marks,   cellulite   reduction,   non-surgical   fat   sculpting   on   the face and the body, etc. What      areas      of      the      body      can      be      treated      with carboxytherapy? Carboxytherapy   can   be   used   to   treat   the   eyelids,   face,   neck,   arms, stomach, buttocks, and legs. What other benefits occur from carboxytherapy? In    addition    to    increasing    oxygenated    blood-flow    to    the    region injected,   carboxytherapy   also   increases   collagen   formation   in   the skin, giving it a more youthful appearance. How does carboxytherapy work for dark undereye circles? One   major   cause   of   dark   under   eye   circles   is   vascular   pooling.   The capillary   network   of   the   lower   eyelids   can   become   congested   for   a variety   of   reasons.   Normally,   the   tears   drain   from   the   eyelids   into the   nose,   but   if   there   is   some   obstruction   due   to   chronic   nasal congestion   from   seasonal   allergies,   previous   nasal   fracture,   or   a deviated   septum,   the   drainage   doesn’t   function   well,   and   the   blood flow   to   the   lower   eyelids   becomes   sluggish,   giving   rise   to   the   boggy blue     tinge     known     casually     as     “allergic     shiners.”     The     lack     of appropriate   oxygenation   to   the   lower   eyelid   skin   allows   the   bluish cast   to   show   through   the   thin   skin   of   the   eyelids.   Carboxytherapy works   to   improve   the   capillary   network   of   the   lower   eyelids,   as   well as   to   increase   the   dermal   collagen   layer   in   the   lower   eyelid   skin.   By injecting   a   small   amount   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   into   the   affected areas,   blood   flow   is   increased   and   improved   capillary   networks   are formed    for    longer    lasting    circulatory    benefit.    The    bluish    cast    is replaced   with   a   healthy   pink   tone.   Once   a   series   of   treatments   is completed,   the   skin   has   a   more   luminous   appearance   that   lasts approximately six months. The    technique    used    to    treat    dark    circles    beneath    the    eyelids    is different   than   the   technique   used   to   treat   fat.   However,   there   are some   instances   where   we   may   wish   to   dissolve   fat   beneath   the eyelids. How does carboxytherapy work for stretchmarks? Stretchmarks   (striae   distensae)   occur   when   the   skin   is   stretched   to the    point    where    the    dermal    collagen    ruptures.    Carboxytherapy causes   the   formation   of   new   collagen   and   subsequently   thickens the    skin    to    improve    the    appearance    of    the    stretchmarks    by rebuilding the collagen matrix. How    does    carboxytherapy    work    for    cellulite    and    fat reduction? When   injected   via   a   specific   technique,   carbon   dioxide   gas   is   directly toxic   to   fat   cells.   The   fat   cells   literally   burst   and   are   eliminated   by the body. How is the carboxytherapy treatment administered? We   use   a   special   machine   to   administer   the   carbon   dioxide   gas. There   is   a   tank   of   carbon   dioxide   gas   that   is   connected   by   plastic tubing   to   a   flow-regulator.   The   flow-regulator   slows   down   the   speed of   the   gas   according   to   the   rate   selected   by   the   physician,   Dr.med.   J. Infantes.    The    gas    emerges    from    the    flow-regulator    into    sterile tubing   that   has   a   filter   connected   at   the   exit   to   remove   any   trace impurities   before   the   gas   is   run   through   a   tiny   needle   attached   to the   opposite   side   of   the   filter.   The   pure   gas   is   now   ready   to   be injected beneath the skin via the tiny needle. What does carboxytherapy feel like? Carboxytherapy   doesn’t   hurt;   it   just   feels   a   little   “weird.”   Because   of differences    in    the    techniques    used    to    treat    the    eyelids,    stretch- marks,   scars,   and   fat   deposits,   the   sensation   is   slightly   different depending   upon   what   is   actually   being   treated.   When   treating   the lower   eyelids   patients   will   feel   puffy,   like   they   were   up   crying   all night,   but   that   will   subside   once   the   gas   is   absorbed   over   the   next five   to   ten   minutes.   The   treatment   of   stretch-marks   and   scars   is relatively   painless   because   this   skin   doesn’t   have   the   same   ability   to sense   pain.   Some   pressure   from   the   gas   may   be   felt   as   the   stretch- marks   are   distended,   and   they   can   feel   a   bit   itchy,   but   again   this subsides   in   about   five   minutes   once   the   gas   is   absorbed   by   the body.   Scars   generally   feel   no   pain   because   there   are   no   nerves   in scar    tissue.    The    treatment    of    cellulite    and    fatty    deposits    on    the arms,   abdomen,   and   legs   has   a   unique   sensation   of   its   own.   This   is because   a   larger   amount   of   the   gas   is   injected   directly   into   the offending    fat    deposits    and    allowed    to    expand.    While    the    gas    is expanding,   you   may   feel   some   pressure   in   the   area   being   treated that   feels   similar   to   when   the   arm   is   squeezed   by   a   blood   pressure cuff.   The   areas   will   feel   warm   and   tingly   for   up   to   24   hours   after   the treatment as the circulation to the area is improved. How many treatments will I need? This    depends    upon    the    severity    of    the    problem    being    treated. Usually,   six   to   twelve   treatments   spaced   one   week   apart   yields   an excellent result. Are    there    any    risks    and    side    effects    associated    with carboxytherapy? Yes,   please,   check   Contraindications & Side effects ”. How long does a typical treatment session last? The   average   carboxytherapy   treatment   takes   approximately   fifteen to thirty minutes to complete. What should I avoid after treatment? Avoid   emerging   in   water   for   4   hours   after   the   treatment   such   as baths, swimming, or saunas.   Click the following liks for more information: 1.- Introduction 2.- Indications 3.- Contraindications & side effects 4.- Frequently asked questions 5.-  Photo Gallery      If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or      to   request   an   appointment,   you   can   contact   us   by   phone (952 80   53   68)   or   by   email .
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