What is carboxytherapy?
In carboxytherapy, CO₂ is injected in tiny amounts directly under the skin. This is done using microscopically thin needles. Of course, the gas is completely sterile and was produced specifically for medical purposes. The areas of application are diverse and include, for example, the rejuvenation of the skin, but also its tightening and the treatment of acne. Furthermore, unpleasant stretch marks and traces of pregnancy can be removed and carboxytherapy in Berlin is also a proven remedy for cellulite and fat deposits. Finally, bags under the eyes and dark circles are reduced or even completely removed.
How does carboxytherapy work in Berlin?
The effect of carboxytherapy is comparatively simple. The CO₂ is distributed in the tissue after the injection and ensures that the blood vessels dilate and the blood circulation is stimulated. In this way, vital substances are transported into the individual cells and oxygen is released. Furthermore, microcirculation and metabolism improve and new blood vessels are produced. Also worth mentioning is the formation of new collagen and even fat cells can be made to burst through carboxytherapy.
What are the special features of carboxytherapy?
Since carboxytherapy works with a gas, the areas around the eyes as well as the chin, neck and décolleté can be treated perfectly. Finally, there is a remedy for dark circles under the eyes and a double chin can also be gently eliminated.
Procedure of a carboxytherapy in Berlin
Carboxytherapy in Berlin only takes about five minutes. A slight swelling may occur in the first few minutes, but this is not painful and disappears quickly. Of course, the skin is disinfected beforehand. There are no side effects, but carboxytherapy should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding or if you have cardiovascular or lung problems.
Carboxytherapy at BellaDerma in Berlin
At BellaDerma we offer carboxytherapy at two locations in Berlin. In Berlin Mitte you will find us on Unter den Linden, corner of Friedrichstraße, and in City West on Joachimsthaler Straße, corner of Kurfürstendamm.