What oxygen infusion is used for?
Oxygen infusion is a modern and non-invasive method of skin rejuvenation and regeneration. The treatment is based on hyperbaric oxygen technology (pressurised oxygen) which can be used to deliver essential active ingredients deep into the skin. The treatment is widely appreciated for its high effectiveness and from year to year gains more popularity, also among celebrities. What results can be achieved?
What is oxygen infusion?
The aim of oxygen infusion is to introduce into the skin concentrated active components. These substances are introduced using modern hyperbaric oxygen technology, with a special applicator. Oxygen infusion is completely non-invasive and allows achieving fantastic results. It is worth knowing that it is one of the favorite aesthetic medicine treatments among Hollywood stars. The effectiveness of the treatment is related to the specially selected composition of ampoules with active substances introduced into the skin. Ampoules always include Two types of hyaluronic acid and many different types of nutrients.
As our interviewee, a specialist from the High-Med Specialist Clinic in Warsaw, explains: „Application of active substances using pressurized oxygen makes them reach deep into the skin structure and moisturize it very well. As a result, the skin regains its youthful glow and natural, healthy look. Oxygen infusion significantly improves the elasticity and tone of the skin, improves cell metabolism, oxygenates the skin and smoothes wrinkles, especially those around the eyes.”
Indications for oxygen infusion
The possibility of effective delivery of so many active substances deep into the skin makes there are many indications for oxygen infusion. First of all this treatment is performed in people who have:
- tired and damaged skin,
- discoloration of the skin,
- gray skin tone,
- skin laxity or sensitivity.
Contraindications to performing oxygen infusion
As with any treatment in the field of aesthetic medicine and cosmetology, there are some contraindications, which make it impossible to perform oxygen infusion. First of all, pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding cannot undergo the treatment. Contraindication are also any inflammatory conditions of the skin, herpes or skin allergies. Before performing the procedure, your therapist will certainly ask you about all the possible factors that might decide not to perform the procedure.