3D Hand Rejuvenation

By Advanced Beauty

3D Hand Rejuvenation 2021-05-27T18:01:14+00:00

Carboxy Therapy

Key Facts

•    Carboxytherapy produces results similar to face-lift.
•    The treatment also aims to hydrate and rejuvenate the skin.
•    Carboxytherapy has no side effects, no irritation, and no downtime.
•    It is an affordable treatment for those who want to reverse signs of ageing on their faces (including the neck area).

As a result of aging, we may have decreased blood flow and oxygen delivery to the tissues. When carbon dioxide is injected into the treated area, your body detects a lack of oxygen in that area and reacts by dilating your capillaries, thereby improving blood flow and oxygen delivery. This stimulates fat cell and scar tissue breakdown, while simultaneously increasing collagen production. The procedure uses a small needle to infuse the carbon dioxide gas under the skin. It usually requires a series of treatments for optimal results and there is no downtime.

Book Appointment

What is carboxytherapy?

Carboxytherapy is a treatment that uses carbon dioxide in controlled doses to treat a number of aesthetic conditions. It was first discovered in 1946 in France, when physicians noticed that patients with circulation problems improved in the carbon dioxide-rich thermal waters of Royat.
The indications for this therapy have extended since then from treating medical problems to its application in aesthetic medicine as an effective treatment for stretch marks, cellulite, localized fat deposits, scars, hair loss, improvement of skin laxity, wrinkles and dark circle under the eyes.
Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring gas that the body produces as a byproduct of respiration and cellular metabolism. As such, it is safe to use; in fact, it is used extensively in medicine every day, such as in colonoscopies and laparoscopic surgery. Carbon dioxide has no toxicity even in elevated doses.


*Individual results may vary.

Opening Times

Sunday 10am – 6pm
Monday 10am – 6pm
Tuesday 10am – 7pm
Wednesday 10am – 6pm
Thursday 10am – 8pm
Friday 10am – 6pm
Saturday 9am – 5pm