Carboxytherapy in Southport is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that targets scars, cellulite, stretch marks and tired eyes. A carboxytherapy treatment infuses carbon dioxide gas under the skin to increase blood circulation and stimulate new collagen production. Patients can also see an improvement in skin elasticity.
Carboxytherapy is a skin rejuvenation treatment available at our clinic in Southport. Treatments involve very small injections of Co2 into localised areas on the skin or body, which encourages the heart to promote oxygen to the blood cells and stimulate circulation. This leads to an increase in oxygen which helps to restore cells, which improves the appearance of the skin. Worn-out cells are replaced with new cells as the body produces new collagen. Carboxytherapy aims to treat cellulite, stretch marks, and dark under-eye circles. Carboxytherapy can improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and thickness of skin can also be treated.
The procedure is painless, but topical numbing cream might be applied to the injection site. Carboxytherapy only takes between 15 to 30 minutes, but most people will have several sessions to see optimal results.
During your consultation with our team, we’ll discuss your concerns and create a treatment plan to enable positive results.
Restore Skin Confidence
Our consultation process first involves a bespoke face-to-face consultation with one of our practitioners. Here we will discuss your treatment goals, concerns and take a full medical history. Your consultation will also include an assessment of the area. During your appointment, you’ll be able to find out all about your chosen treatment and the aftercare advice you need to follow post procedure.
Frequently Asked Questions
The number of treatments needed depends on the concerns you have. Typically you will need 4-12 treatments for best results.
Carboxytherapy can be used to treat the eyelids, face, neck, arms, stomach.
Depending on the area of the body being treated you may feel slight discomfort, pressure or a miner stinging sensation as the gas enters the skin.
Carboxytherapy treatments will take around 45-60 minutes, depending on the area.
There are no known risks associated with Carboxytherpy. Carboxytherapy requires the use of a very small needle, like with any injection there is a slight risk of bruising and tenderness at the site of the injection.
Treatment is not suitable for those who are pregnant or breast feeding.
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