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CARBOXY THERAPY (Face and treatment of aging, under-eye circles, stretch marks and cellulite)
The treatment is a non-surgical procedure of administering Carbon Dioxide (CO2) gas for the effective treatment.

In addition to increasing oxygenated blood-flow to the treated region, this 30 minute aesthetic Carboxy treatment will also increase collagen formation in the skin, giving it a more youthful appearance that can last up to 6 months.

Studies have demonstrated that the treatment improves skin elasticity, improves circulation, encourages collagen repair, improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and destroys localized fatty deposits, such as cellulite and stretchmarks. There are no known risks associated with Carboxy therapy. By using different techniques of administering the CO2. Carboxy therapy treatment is used to either stimulate collagen production to thicken skin and improve the appearance of stretch marks.

The eyelids can be treated with Carboxy without leaving any marks and lasts up to 6 months. The dark circles under the eyes are replaced with a healthy pink tone, after a series of treatments.

Carboxy therapy does not hurt, bruising is minimal when treatment is administered on the arms, legs, and abdomen. The treatments are spaced one week apart, but the amount of treatments required will depend on the severity of the problem being treated. This is a remarkable procedure that requires no down time and delivers excellent results within 6 to 12 sessions.


Women have tried numerous therapies to eliminate their cellulite., but none of these therapies correct the underlying physiological problems of poor circulation and damaged collagen septae. Carboxy therapy has shown excellent results in eliminating this difficult problem. Carboxy therapy shows that the fat cells are ruptured by the CO2 gas while leaving the remaining skin structures and nerves unharmed, resulting in Collagen remodeling, as well as thickening and smoothing of the overlying skin.


The only treatment available for both old and new stretchmarks that visibly repairs the broken collagen and is safe for all skintypes. Carboxy therapy causes the formation of new collagen and subsequently thickens the skin to improve the appearance of the stretchmarks while rebuilding the collagen matrix.


What does the procedure entail?

The carboxytherapy device used at Revitalab applies small amounts of sterile carbon dioxide in a controlled and safe manner.

  • The gas is injected into the skin in areas of hair loss using shallow injections with a thin needle.

  • Under the influence of CO2’s reaction with the water contained in tissue, oxygen is released from hemoglobin faster and blood flow increases in the area of application. There is an increase in the number of active capillaries that nourish the hair follicles.

  • The procedure is quick, lasting about 20 minutes for a hairy scalp.

  • Carboxytherapy should be performed in a series, with the number of repetitions selected individually. Treatments can be performed at even 1-week intervals.

  • Carboxytherapy is also a great method of supporting other baldness treatments (e.g., mesotherapy).


After treatment

The skin immediately after the procedure may be slightly red and swollen; sometimes patients also feel mild burning or tingling. These sensations disappear very quickly and do not require the use of soothing agents.



After a series of treatments (usually around 8–10), hair loss is inhibited and new hair growth is stimulated. The growing hair is stronger and thicker.



Carboxytherapy brings improvement in the treatment of baldness of various origins, including

  • androgenetic alopecia

  • alopecia areata

  • seasonal hair loss

  • hair loss after pregnancy and lactation

  • hair loss after hormonal therapies, under stress

  • weak, damaged, nutritious hair — especially in women



  • no recovery period, no special care required

  • contributes to even better and faster results when supporting other methods

  • decent price



The most common contraindications for surgery are

  • pregnancy or breast-feeding

  • blood coagulation disorders

  • diabetes

  • active inflammation on the scalp

  • cancer

  • use of blood thinning medication

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