At SOTHERGA, hair loss is treated using various techniques. One of these is carboxytherapy.
What is it?
Carboxytherapy is a treatment that reactivates the microcirculation through the subcutaneous and intradermal infusion of carbon dioxide gas.
How does it work?
Carbon dioxide promotes vasodilation and activates microcirculation, improving skin metabolism, blood flow and tissue oxygenation. Treatment is carried out through micro-injections on the entire scalp with the aim of stimulating microcirculation and improving tissue oxygenation. This type of treatment provides oxygen to the hair follicles, thereby strengthening the entire scalp to counteract hair loss effectively.
Recovery time and mode
After the session, a feeling of heat may be experienced - a sign that microcirculation is being activated. The treatment is painless, and the patient can resume daily activities immediately.
At least 4 sessions at 2 week intervals are required to achieve initial results. This therapy is most effective when combined with other targeted treatments.
4 treatment sessions
Duration of treatment