Carboxytherapy is the only treatment to work effectively on old and new stretch marks. It visibly repairs the broken collagen which causes these unsightly marks.
It is ideal for men and women and is safe for all skin types. There is even some evidence that it can help smooth cellulite.
Carboxytherapy works by infusing carbon dioxide below the skin to make the blood vessels dilate to enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients. The skin’s elasticity and tone is improved and skin marks are reduced.
Prices start at £75 for a session of Carboxytherapy. Take a look at our other anti-ageing packages.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does carboxytherapy work?
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is infused below the skin to make the blood vessels dilate and enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients. By improving circulation in this way, fluid build-up between cells is diminished, improving skin elasticity and tone and lessening skin damage and marks.
How many treatments will I need?
This depends on the extent and severity of your stretch marks. Our specialist will be able to advise you at your consultation. Treatments are carried out every 2-4 weeks.
Are there any side effects?
Occasionally some people experience temporary redness or bruising at the site of the injection.
How soon will I see improvements in my stretch marks?
Most people see an improvement after the first treatment. Studies have demonstrated that carboxytherapy improves skin elasticity, improves circulation, encourages collagen repair, improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and destroys localised fatty deposits.
Does it hurt?
The treatment of stretch marks is relatively painless. Some pressure from the gas may be felt as the stretch-marks are distended, and they can feel a bit itchy, but this usually disappears after a few minutes. The treated area will feel warm and tingly for up to 24 hours after the treatment as the circulation to the area is improved.
How safe is carboxytherapy?
There are no known risks associated with carboxytherapy. Carboxytherapy originated at the Royal Spas of France in 1932 with the treatment of patients afflicted by peripheral arterial occlusive disease. In South America and Europe, carbon dioxide therapy has been applied to the treatment of stretch marks, cellulite, and hypertrophic scars with impressive results.