Carboxytherapy is considered to be one of the least aggressive and most comfortable methods to rejuvenate the skin. Its effect is obvious and fast enough (usually it appears after two procedures for example, within 7 to 14 days) and bears almost no risk of side effects – especially in comparison with "aggressive" methods: lasers, gold threads, facelifts, and so on.

Carboxytherapy also helps to recover from stress after the winter and helps to bring the skin out of the state of "chronic fatigue". In addition, it is considered to be an excellent basis for preparing for other procedures – after carboxytherapy, the skin becomes more susceptible to treatment.

What is the effect of carboxytherapy?

  • Normalizing cholesterol, blood sugar and metabolism at the cellular level;

  • Promoting the breakdown of local fat deposits;

  • Helping to remove waste products and toxins from the body;

  • Eliminating muscle and vascular spasms;

  • Rehabilitating from the diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

Application of carboxytherapy

In angiology and phlebology:

  • blood сirculation disorders of hands and feet;

  • diseases of the cardiovascular system (especially with heart failure and heart rhythm disorders) and functional disorders of the cardiovascular system;

  • trophic ulcers;

  • ischemic disease of the lower extremities;

  • diseases of the peripheral arteries with peripheral circulatory insufficiency;

  • cerebrovascular diseases;

  • diabetic angiopathy;

  • varicose veins.

In neurology:

  • the consequences of a stroke;

  • functional disorders of the central nervous system;

  • vegetative disorders with hyper sympathicotonia;

  • degenerative diseases of the joints and spine;

  • acute pains in the joints and spine;

  • vasculomotor injuries of the upper extremities: vasoneurosis, Raynaud's disease and syndrome, acrocyanosis;

  • vasculomotor cephalgia, migraines, Meniere's syndrome.

In cosmetology:

  • rejuvenation of the epidermis;

  • treatment of striae (stretch marks);

  • cellulite;

  • local obesity;

  • puffiness of the face and limbs;

  • reduction of circles under the eyes (replaces blepharoplasty);

  • general flabbiness and lethargy of the skin, a decrease in its tone and turgor.




Contraindications to the procedure


  • acute infectious diseases;

  • herpetic disease;

  • fever and high fever;

  • severe coronary heart disease;

  • acute embolism;

  • thrombophlebitis and phlebothrombosis;

  • gangrene;

  • kidney failure;

  • uncompensated high pressure;

  • a previous stroke.


  • severe obesity;

  • blood clotting disorder;

  • pregnancy;

  • breast-feeding.

Reception is carried out by appointment by phone +371 66014117

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