Chemistry model molecule carbon dioxide CO2 scientific element formula. Integrated particles natural inorganic 3d molecular structure consisting. Two oxygen and carbon volume atom eps vector spheres

CO2 is naturally present in our bodies, and is thus non-toxic.
Carboxytherapy is the technique of injecting under the skin, thanks to a very fine needle, medically sterile carbonic gas/carbon dioxide.

COhas been used as a therapy since the 1930s.
As it is very soluble, this gas spreads very easily leading to an increase in blood flow through the surface tissues (due to the fact that it provokes capillary vasodilatation), and thus improving tissue oxygenation and nutrition.

These effects improve skin hydration and stimulate fibroblast production (skin cells) which in turn increases collagen and elastic fibre production. The end result is an improvement to the skin’s suppleness, elasticity and texture.
Completed studies have shown a greater skin thickness and improved microcirculation, better skin elasticity, appearance and tone, and lipo-classic activity with destruction of adipocyte membranes.


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Uses are :

– Cellulite, thanks to the destruction of some adipocytes, and improved microcirculation.
– Stretch marks.
– Localised fatty tissue, on the body or face (double chin).
– Relâchement cutané (bras, visage, cou, décolleté, membres inferieurs).
– Improvement of the facial oval, thanks to the combined effect of destroying fatty tissues in the jowl, and carboxytherapy’s impact on sagging skin.
–  Small lines, notably around the lower eyelid, the appearance of a lined and wrinkled neck, hands and décolletage.
– Dark circles.


The treatment is not painful on the face, but it can be painful on the body, with the occasional bruise.
The procedure is painful and few people can stand the session. Personally, I only suggest it for dark circles and alopecia.

Swelling and local redness last about ten minutes.


On a cleansed and disinfected skin is inserted a thin needle that delivers the carbon dioxide that enters the dermis at varying depths.
Each injection lasts about twenty seconds, the injections are spaced every 10 cm.

Between 5 and 15 sessions are necessary, with a gap of one or two weeks.
The first visible results appear after the 4th session.

Carbon dioxide therapy (carboxytherapy). Skin rejuvenation.The procedure is performed on the back of the patient.


I wanted to try the carboxytherapy for my circles. The result is superb.


The carboxytherapy diminished the coloration of my circles! Doctor Romano is very competent!


After multiple sessions of carboxytherapy, I wish to thank Doctor Romano for her professionalism, I obtained the announced result!


After multiple treatments that were met with failure, I tested carboxytherapy for my colored circles, I am satisfied and I thank Doctor Romano.


Written by Valeria Romano

Former intern at the Hospitals of Paris Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 – Paris Diderot Registered with the medical board of Paris, n° 75/80452 More informations

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