Fat dissolving (Lipolyse) Injection (Carboxytherapy)

Carboxytherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic medicine treatment where injections or transdermal application of infused gas carbon dioxide is injected below the skin into the subcutaneous tissue through a very fine needle. This has a necrotizing effect on fat tissue destroying the fat cells, stimulates blood flow in the desired region and improves the skin’s elasticity.

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Improved circulation, skin elasticity and fine lines and wrinkles, reduction of dark rings under the lines. Carboxytherapy also aids in collagen repair, leaving you looking younger and refreshed.


With the use of medical carbon dioxide (CO2) in the subcutaneous fatty tissue, the skin is disinfected at the injection sites. The medical CO2 is introduced into the cellulite or the fat deposits, using the thinnest needles. The gas is distributed in the subcutaneous fatty tissue, increases the microcirculation (feeling of warmth) and promotes the venous and lymphatic drainage of the tissue. With a MesoPin, the aesthetically effective gas is led under the skin and directed by the practitioner to the site of action. The immediate swelling can be controlled by the amount and formulation of the gas and the carboxy pressure. The treatment lasts less than 15 minutes.


80 – 150€ / Treatment


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After the cosmetic carboxy treatment, your skin glows thanks to your new vitalized complexion.
Treatment in the eye area usually has swelling visible for a short time afterwards. It is advisable to wear sunglasses after the procedure to protect the eyes while the eye area recovers afterwards.

No. During the treatment the patient can feel a slight pressure anywhere from 2 to 4 minutes and the treated area becomes mildly red due to suddenly deposited oxygen. The pin prick from the needle is hardly noticeable.
When used correctly, carboxytherapy has no side effects. It is a natural healing method with the metabolic product carbon dioxide, which is produced by the body itself. Five minutes after the treatment has ended, the CO2 applied into our organism is completely replaced with oxygen.
We use carboxytherapy for cosmetic reasons, not to cure diseases.
Depending on the desired results and treated regions, it usually takes between 4 to 6 treatments of carboxytherapy and they can be conducted once every 7 to 10 days. Carboxytherapy treatment is cumulative – every following treatment increases the result of the one before. A one-time carboxy treatment, also known as a carboxy shot, can be used before a special event that you want to look particularly good for. When treating puffiness under the eyes, six to twelve treatments should be scheduled in a row over 6-12 weeks. Tightening measures of the lower jaw contour can be carried out monthly or quarterly.
No – the procedure was first used in 1930 in French spas when carbon dioxide was injected into the pool to increase circulation and speed up the healing of venous wounds in patients. In 1950, the application of carboxytherapy began in cardiology, by injecting the gas directly into the subdermal tissue in patients that suffered from circulations problems. In 1993 carboxytherapy became a popular treatment in esthetical medicine.
The only real possible side effect of carboxytherapy is the potential for a bruise at the injection site. Usually, the eyelids can be treated without leaving any marks, making it a truly “no-downtime” procedure. Bruising is very common when treating the arms and legs, so carboxytherapy might not be a good idea if you plan on wearing a bikini the following week during vacation.

One of the main causes of dark rings under eye is vascular pooling. The capillary network of the lower eyelids can become congested for a variety of reasons. If for whatever reason the blood flow to the lower eyelids becomes sluggish, this can create the bluish tinge under the eye. Carboxytherapy works to improve the blood flow and oxygenation, as well as to increase the dermal collagen layer in the lower eyelid skin. By injecting a small amount of carbon dioxide gas into the affected areas, blood flow is increased. The bluish tinge is replaced with a healthy pink tone

Stretchmarks (striae distensae) occur when the skin is stretched to the point where the dermal collagen ruptures. Carboxytherapy causes the formation of new collagen and subsequently thickens the skin to improve the appearance of the stretchmarks by rebuilding the collagen matrix.

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