Carboxitherapy – Draining treatments


What is liquid retention?


The condition commonly defined as ‘fluid retention’ refers to an accumulation of fluids usually in the lower limbs. Treatments consist of hygienic-dietary measures and elastic compression.


What is carboxytherapy for?


Carboxytherapy consists of the intradermal injection of CO2 at subcutaneous level (insufflation) and has multiple benefits: improvement of microcirculation, increase of local metabolism and lipolytic (fat burning) action at the level of fat tissue.


All this, and especially the improved circulation, causes the draining effect we are looking for in the case of ‘fluid retention’ or poor circulation.

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