Carboxy therapy is used for a number of conditions including
- Dark circles around the eye
- Skin rejuvenation
- Stretch marks
We inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. In carboxy thereapy, carbon dioxide (CO2) is injected into the skin. The unusually high concentration of CO2 in the skin triggers the formation of collagen and new blood vessels, which in turn, improves skin elasticity, blood circulation and reduces scars and dark circles.
How is Carboxy Therapy performed?
At My Skin Clinic, we primarily use Carboxy Therapy for dark circles and stretch marks.
Usually, a numbing cream is not required. The skin is thoroughly cleaned before carbon dioxide is injected into the lower eyelid and upper eyelid. The eyelids swell like a balloon as the carbon dioxide enters the skin. You may feel a little discomfort while the gas is injected. The whole process takes approximately 10 minutes.
We recommend a course of 10-12 weekly treatments. Usually, results will start to show after 5-6 treatments.
Carbon dioxide is injected into the skin. Numbing cream is optional and paid for separately. The numbing cream can take 45-60 mins to work.
We recommend a course of 5-6 weekly treatments, followed by 5-6 monthly treatments.