Carboxytherapy of adipose tissue is an excellent alternative to classical liposuction, not burdened with complications associated with the traditional method.
Fat cells are very sensitive to CO2 injections. Carboxytherapy combines the mechanical and chemical effects on the destruction of fat cells and the metabolite discharge. This process leads to a reduction in the number of fat cells and modeling the figure.
CO2 introduced into adipose tissue partially changes into carbonic acid, which dissolves fat cells. Increased blood supply leads to increased lymphatic drainage of the treated area, improvement of metabolism and excretion of released fat. This process leads to a reduction in the number of fat cells, which results in modeling the figure, renewing skin cells and stimulating collagen synthesis, smoothing the skin surface and removing the unsightly "orange peel" effect.
The full treatment cycle aimed at reducing body fat includes 12 treatments - 2-3 treatments per week.