Oxygen therapy, how wrinkle treatment works

Oxygen therapy, how wrinkle treatment works

Oxygen therapy

Facial oxygen therapy is a treatment much loved by the stars, excellent for regenerating the skin and counteracting the signs of aging. Let’s see how it works, what the benefits and costs are.

If you are always looking for non-invasive treatments to regenerate the skin and erase the signs of aging, oxygen therapy is the one for you!

It is an innovative treatment, much loved by Hollywood stars, which uses pure oxygen to nourish and revitalize cells. Let’s see how it works and what the benefits are.

Oxygen therapy: how it works

Oxygen therapy is a non-invasive treatment with no side effects . It begins with a deep cleansing of the face, to remove dead cells and open the pores, so as to allow the active ingredients of the following treatment to penetrate.

Oxygen therapy
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Using a special machine, similar to the airbrush that is used for make-up, the skin is affected with a mix of pure oxygen, hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals and amino acids . The feeling is that of being caressed by a fresh breeze, very refreshing and relaxing.

The mix is ​​deeply absorbed by the skin, which is immediately regenerated. In addition to preventing and eliminating the first wrinkles, the treatment is also excellent for stressed skin, to improve the appearance of lesions. The lesions themselves also help the active ingredients to penetrate deeply.

Facial oxygen therapy: the costs

Oxygen therapy can only be done in specialized medical centers, equipped with the necessary machinery, which in Italy are not yet widespread. For this reason, the costs are not exactly very low and can vary from center to center. On average they are around 60-80 euros per session . For a complete treatment at least 4-5 sessions are necessary.

A very similar treatment is also done in some beauty centers, at the end of the classic facial cleansing, at a slightly lower cost, but with undoubtedly milder results.

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ultimo aggiornamento: 22-02-2020

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