Carboxytherapy is a unique procedure offered at Advantage Laser Clinic which is an injection of C02 gas below the skin with the use of a 30.5 gauge mesotherapy needle.
Carboxytherapy is used for the treatment of cellulite and fat reduction. Carboxytherapy works as follows; it improves circulation at the injection site by forcing red bloods cells to release oxygen and pick up C02 to be eliminated by the body. This process of oxygenating the area of concern allows for improved healing by nourishing the skin, in turn building and remodelling collagen and elastin in the area which ultimately smooths out cellulite. This is a natural reponse from the body. The process leaves the skin tighter, brighter and smoother. This treatment works well with the application of the SpaRF as it heats the subdermal layers of the skin, mechanically smoothing out cellulite as well.
Fat cells are very sensitive to C02 gas. The process weakens and fat cells for body contouring. This treatment is often combined with B12 injections and cellulite treatment for fat reduction.
Carboxytherapy started in France and has been widely used for over 70 years with no major side effects. Its aesthetic use is now commonplace in Europe and is now gaining popularity in North America. Advantage Laser Clinic is a leading provider of carboxytherapy in North America.
Advantage Laser Clinic offers well-priced, safe carboxytherapy treatments administered by a nurse. People spend thousands of dollars on expensive treatments for cellulite, stretchmarks, hair loss and fat reduction. Make a change and try carboxytherapy!
Although Carboxytherapy is effective in of itself, we do recommend combination therapy for long lasting results. Carboxytherapy is very effective when combined with Ideal Protein meal plans, vitamin B12 injections, Liposonix and RF Treatments. Muliple treatments are required for best results. Visit us for a complimentary consultation to learn more about this revolutionary treatment.
*Please be advised that individual results may vary based on one's caloric intake and physical activity level