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OXYGEN INFUSION

OXYGEN INFUSION

Oxygen infusion - DERMAOXY is a treatment that works on the principle of hyperbaric oxygen and a serum individually selected to meet the needs of the patient's skin. The application of pressurised oxygen is carried out using a special apparatus. The treatment is extremely effectiveIt is often chosen by patients as the a way to refresh i oxygenation of the skin. It is a fast and An effective method of improving skin condition and appearance.

Oxygen infusion is also used in the treatment of acne and the reduction of acne lesions. Then, one treatment is insufficient, a whole series consisting of several repetitions is necessary.

The indications for oxygen infusion treatment are primarily:

  • acne lesions,
  • tired, dull, lacklustre skin,
  • impure skin,
  • the first signs of skin ageing,
  • dry skin,
  • hair loss problems,
  • redness and uneven skin tone.

OXYGEN INFUSION IN SUNGATE BEAUTY & SPA

The oxygen infusion treatment is very often chosen for its high effectiveness. It is an extremely effective way of reducing minor skin lesions, as well as stimulating natural restorative processes and deep cleansing the skin.

COMFORT

A major advantage of oxygen infusion is its painlessness. The treatment does not make the patient feel uncomfortable; in fact, it has a relaxing effect and can cause sensations comparable to a gentle facial massage.

SECURITY

Oxygen infusion is a procedure with a very low risk of consequences

Side effects. It is one of the safest treatments, plus it is

is a non-invasive procedure.

Recovery time

Oxygen infusion is a procedure that does not require any special preparations from the patient, nor any recovery time. The patient can return to their daily activities immediately after the procedure.

Repeatability

The effects of the treatment can be seen after just one application, but a series of 6 repetitions is necessary for the treatment of acne and the reduction of acne lesions.

Contraindications

  • cold,
  • diseased sinuses,
  • tumours,
  • bacterial, viral and fungal infections,
  • herpes.
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