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Carboxytherapy is carbon dioxide therapy. The treatment, depending on the effect we want to achieve, consists in intradermal or subcutaneous, precise application of controlled doses of medical carbon dioxide by injection.

Carboxytherapy is widely used, and numerous studies have confirmed its effectiveness in many areas. This is an excellent method for face and body therapy.

The carboxytherapy for the face is a rejuvenating treatment that combines anti-wrinkle, firming and smoothing effect.


  • deep and extensive cellulite on every area of ​​the body

  • cellulite on the buttocks, thighs, stomach

  • stretch marks after pregnancy

  • stretch marks on the abdomen, thighs, hips, buttocks, breasts, arms

  • postoperative scars

  • c section scars

  • accident scars

  • acne scars

  • chickenpox scars

  • excess belly fat

  • excess body fat on the so-called love handles

  • adipose tissue resistance to exercise and diet


The carboxytherapy procedure for stomach involves the introduction of carbon dioxide through a thin needle, which causes the desired reactions in the subcutaneous fatty tissue accumulated on the abdomen.

Carboxytherapy for stretch marks and scars is a therapy of the dermis with medical carbon dioxide. The procedure itself consists in precise injection of controlled doses of CO2, which at the time of application accelerates microcirculation and transport of nutrients. At the same time, carboxytherapy for stretch marks and scars causes intentional inflammation, which activates the deep regenerative process of the dermis and the reconstruction of collagen fibres. It is this action that allows the reduction of stretch marks and scars and the visible effect of smoothing the skin.

Cellulite carboxytherapy consists in injecting medical carbon dioxide deep into the skin covered by cellulite, which immediately accelerates intracellular metabolism, improves microcirculation, intensively oxygenates the skin and accelerates the transport of nutrients.


• Active bacterial, viral (herpes), fungal and parasitic diseases,

• Skin inflammation,

• Pregnancy and breastfeeding,

• Heart, lung, liver and kidney failure,

• Having had a stroke and myocardial infarction,

• Condition after organ transplant or removal,

• Blood diseases (e.g. anemia, haemophilia),

• Peripheral vascular diseases (e.g. atherosclerosis, thrombophlebitis)

• Neoplastic diseases and a period of 5 years from their complete recovery,

• Epilepsy,

• Rheumatoid arthritis,

• Unstable diabetes and hypertension,

• Taking certain medications (e.g. blood thinners),

• Tendency to develop keloids,

• Increased body temperature.

Local contraindications for carboxytherapy are:

• Soft tissue fillers, botulinum toxin and threads are a contraindication in the treatment area,

• Endiometrosis and menstruation are a contraindication to procedures in the abdominal area,

Varicose veins are a contraindication to the procedure in the area of the lower limbs.


  • reduction of adipose tissue on the abdomen

  • reduction of fatty tissue on the sides

  • reduction of waist circumference

  • visible firming of the abdomen

  • skin elasticity on the abdomen and on the sides

  • faster weight loss as an effective supplement to the diet and exercise

  • visible smoothing of the skin

  • stretch marks reduction

  • scar reduction

  • toned and more elastic skin

  • visible reduction of cellulite on the buttocks, thighs and other areas of the body

  • visible effect of firming and increasing skin elasticity

  • smoothing the skin and evening out its colour

  • effective prophylaxis against cellulite recurrence

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