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How to remove stretch marks using Carboxytherapy?

Carboxytherapy involves injecting carbon dioxide into the skin’s superficial and deeper layers using a tiny needle. Utilized for fat reduction, cellulite treatment, and stretch mark removal.

The Carboxy Therapy technique at IPAL Clinic is an effective treatment that uses tiny injections of carbon dioxide to boost blood flow and oxygen levels, thereby addressing several skin problems.

Carboxytherapy is a Safe Procedure

Carboxytherapy is an entirely safe technique with no known risks. Injecting carbon dioxide for abdominal endoscopic procedures has been done safely for years. The field of invasive cardiology has also begun to experiment with injecting carbon dioxide directly into the bloodstream for diagnosis and treatment. The extent of the condition being treated determines the required number of sessions. Six to twelve once-weekly or twice-weekly treatments are often required to achieve optimal results. Between fifteen and thirty minutes is the typical treatment time for Carboxytherapy.

How does it Work?

Subcutaneous carbon dioxide injection causes blood vessels to dilate and spread throughout the body. By increasing blood flow to the damaged location, the arteries can be dilated, allowing oxygen and nutrients to be pumped to the area. Oxygenated blood flow is stimulated to the injected area, and collagen synthesis in the skin is stimulated through Carboxytherapy, both of which contribute to a more youthful appearance.

The Long Term prospects

Although there are stretch mark creams available but Carboxytherapy is the most effective solution. Scars and stretch marks can be treated with Carboxytherapy with minimal discomfort. As the stretch marks are stretched, you may experience an itchy sensation. In that time frame, the itching sensation should pass.

Carboxytherapy patients who have injections may experience a sensation of pressure analogous to a blood pressure check. Gas expansion is to blame for this effect.

As the carbon dioxide gas works and circulation improves, the treated area(s) will feel warm and tingly for up to 24 hours following the treatment.