Oxygen infusion is a modern, non-invasive and very effective method for rejuvenating and regenerating skin. The procedure is performed using dedicated equipment and a combination of two technologies: pure oxygen therapy and deep subcutaneous injection of active substances.
ALLOWED FOR PREGNANT AND BREAST-FEEDING WOMEN!
The infusion consists of injection of a serum containing an active substance deep into skin, using compressed oxygen as the transport medium. The choice of the serum depends on results of an in-depth interview with the patient and of identification of the patient’s requirements depending on his or her skin condition. Our clinic offers a broad range of BE CEUTICALS containing active substances targeted at specific issues, so the oxygen infusion procedure can meet the needs of each skin type and provide immediate results. Our cosmeceuticals of the BE CEUTICALS series are ideal for home therapies also for the follow-up of procedures such as the Derma Peel Plus peeling or the treatment with the eCO2 fractional laser. Our oxygen infusion preparations contain hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, vitamin A and ceramids, among other ingredients.
The treatment is ideal for any skin type. A great offer for pregnant or breast-feeding women who are normally excluded from most treatments because of their condition but now can take the beauty care initiative back into their hands. For young skin, we offer inhibition of the aging of skin associated with the loss of moisture and firmness. Our special preparation relying on the antibacterial activity of nanocolloidal platinum supports the treatment of acne. For mature skin, we can improve the skin condition. In the both cases, we achieve a fresh and radiant look. The oxygen infusion combined with the introduction of nutrients into skin can be also a great treatment before going out for an important event.
- Anoxic, grey, stressed or tired skin
- Mature skin with the signs of aging
- Dry skin
- Flabby skin
- Hyperpigmentable skin
- Sensitive skin with broken blood vessels or acne erythematosa
- Stressed and tired skin
- Mature skin with aging sypmtoms
- Dry, dehydrated skin
- Flabby skin
- Broken blood vessels, acne20