|Place of Origin:||Beijing.China|
|Brand Name:||JONTE LASER|
|Certification:||Certification: CE.ISO 13485|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1set|
|Packaging Details:||Aluminum box|
|Delivery Time:||5-7 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||60 sets per month|
|Function:||Acne, Lose Weight, Cellulitis, Stretch Marks, Hair Growth||Voltage:||110/220V|
|Type:||Carboxitherapy Carboxy Therapy CO2||Recommended Needles:||30g*1/2 Or 27g*1/2|
|Biosafety Filter:||0.22 μ||Net Weight:||6 Kg|
|Programming Modes:||Automatic And Manual||Application:||Clinic, Hospital, Beauty Center|
carboxy therapy machine,
Carboxytherapy for Dark Undereye Circles Stretch Marks portable Carboxitherapy Carboxy Therapy CO2
30g*1/2 or 27g*1/2
Acne, lose weight, cellulitis, stretch marks, hair growth
Clinic, Hospital, Beauty center
What are some clinical uses for carboxytherapy?
Carboxytherapy is used for the treatment of dark under-eye circles, stretch-marks, cellulite reduction, and non-surgical fat sculpting on the face and the body.
What areas of the body can be treated with carboxytherapy?
Carboxytherapy can be used to treat the eyelids, face, neck, arms, stomach, buttocks,
What other benefits occur from carboxytherapy?
In addition to increasing oxygenated blood-flow to the region injected, carboxytherapy also increases collagen formation in the skin,
giving it a more youthful appearance.
How does carboxytherapy work for dark undereye circles?
One major cause of dark under eye circles is vascular pooling. The capillary network of
the lower eyelids can become congested for a variety of reasons. Normally, the tears
drain from the eyelids into the nose, but if there is some obstruction due to chronic
nasal congestion from seasonal allergies, previous nasal fracture, or a deviated septum,
the drainage doesn’t function well, and the blood flow to the lower eyelids becomes
sluggish, giving rise to the boggy blue tinge known casually as “allergic shiners.” The
lack of appropriate oxygenation to the lower eyelid skin allows the bluish cast to show
through the thin skin of the eyelids. Carboxytherapy works to improve the capillary
network of the lower eyelids, 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 and improved capillary networks are formed for longer
lasting circulatory benefit. The bluish cast is replaced with a healthy pink tone. Once a
series of treatments is completed, the skin has a more luminous appearance that lasts
approximately six months.
How does carboxytherapy work for stretchmarks?
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.
How does carboxytherapy work for cellulite and fat reduction?
When injected via a specific technique, carbon dioxide gas is directly toxic to fat cells.
The fat cells literally burst and are eliminated by the body.
If carboxytherapy is used to melt fat, won’t it make my eyelids
No. The technique used to treat dark circles beneath the eyelids is different than the
technique used to treat fat. However, there are some instances where I may wish to
dissolve fat beneath the eyelids using a technique that I created.
How is the carboxytherapy treatment administered?
There are several machines that are used to administer the carbon dioxide gas, but the
basic components are the same. There is a tank of carbon dioxide gas that is connected
by plastic tubing to a flow-regulator. The flow-regulator slows down the speed of the gas according to the rate selected by the physician.
The gas emerges from the flow-regulator into sterile tubing that has a filter connected at the exit to remove any trace
impurities before the gas is run through a tiny needle attached to the opposite side of the
filter. The pure gas is now ready to be injected beneath the skin via the tiny needle.