Carboxytherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic medicine treatment. Carboxytherapy employs injections to infuse gaseous carbon dioxide below the skin into the subcutaneous tissue through a needle. It may kill fat cells, stimulate blood flow, improve the skin's elasticity and reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Medical Treatments


A injectable treatment for cellulite, weight loss, body contouring and face/neck rejuvenation.


Reduces scars and stretch marks.

Carboxytherapy is versatile, safe, physiological, selective, and minimally invasive, covering a very broad therapeutic range.

Promotes breakdown of fat.

Results can be rapid and dramatic.

Destroy fat cells, thus making you firmer.

If you'd like to reduce the appearance of scars, cellulite and stretch marks but don't want to have surgery or risk unpleasant side effects, you might consider the lesser-known treatment of carboxytherapy.

Aging can reduce blood circulation, which means less oxygen gets to the cells. As a result, the process of creating new cells slows or even stops. Injecting carbon dioxide gas under the skin tricks the body into believing it needs more oxygen, presumably resulting in an increase in blood flow and cell growth.

As its name suggests, carboxytherapy involves the injection of carbon dioxide gas just below the skin's surface. This is intended to jump-start circulation and increase the production of collagen, which can improve the look of the skin.