Medical CO2 microinjections

Treatment duration: 15-20 minutes
Result: immediate
Treatment effect duration: 4-6 months
Inpatient stay: no inpatient stay
Dressings: NO, as it is not a surgical intervention
Resumption of normal activities: immediate
Technique: subcutaneous and intradermal administration
Anesthesia: NO, not necessary
Scars: NO

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What is it?

Carboxytherapy consists in the subcutaneous administration of medical carbon dioxide (CO2), through localized microinjections with very thin needles, it is a safe and non-toxic therapy, as this type of gas is normally produced by the body both at rest and during exercise.

Carboxytherapy was born in France in 1930 where it was used for the first time in people with diseases of the venous system.

CO2 at certain doses, is able to stimulate breathing and the nervous system, while on the circulation is a good vasodilator.


The application of gas in a controlled manner is delivered into the subcutaneous tissue through microinjections with thin, disposable, sterile needles. This treatment is performed exclusively in a medical outpatient facility and by specialized physicians. It uses a device connected to a cylinder of medical CO2 that allows the delivery of gas in a controlled manner, programmable according to the resistance encountered in the tissues of the patient.

Useful in the treatment of:

Venous and lymphatic insufficiencies;

Disorders characterized by an alteration of microcirculation;

Leg ulcers;


Skin aging (as adjuvant treatment);

Cellulite and localized adiposity;

Stretch marks;

Hypertrophic scars;


Raynaud's phenomenon.

Pre post surgery

The interval between one session and another, as well as the number of sessions to be performed, depend both on the type of pathology/esthetics to be treated and on the patient's response to the same treatment.

How it works

During administration, a "swelling" of the skin is evident, a sign of the considerable diffusion capacity of CO2, followed by a temporary reddening with a sense of warmth, a sign of the vascular activity of the gas.

Negotiable zones

Face and Body.


Significant improvement of symptoms related to venous stasis.

Revitalization of skin areas.

Improvement of circulation and oxygenation of tissues.

Improvement of dark circles.

Improvement of small capillaries, i.e. telangiectasias.

Reduction of localized accumulations of fat, which are often associated with cellulite syndrome. The introduction of this subcutaneous gas carries out a double action: on one hand it vasodilates making the blood flow again and faster in the capillaries that had slowly closed, on the other hand it increases the veno-lymphatic drainage and starts the breakup of the adipose cells recomposing the excess fat. The blood thus flows faster, the tissues receive more oxygen, the toxins are disposed of and the fat is reduced.


Treatment with very high levels of safety and not painful.

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