Cleansing: The treatment begins with a thorough cleansing of the face to remove make-up and excess sebum.
Peeling: After cleansing, a gentle peeling can be used to remove dead skin cells and prepare the skin for oxygenation. This peeling is gently massaged into the skin and then rinsed off.
Oxygen application: The actual step of the oxygen treatment involves applying the CO2 gel enriched with ingredients to the skin and placing the special sheet mask on top. Once both components come into contact, numerous CO2 bubbles are generated, which are then exchanged with oxygen in the skin. This allows a significant amount of oxygen to penetrate the skin bubbles. Our red blood cells contain hemoglobin, or blood pigment, which binds CO2 up to 10,000 times stronger than oxygen. In tissues where there is a high level of CO2, the blood cells absorb the CO2 and release a large amount of oxygen into the tissues, known as the Bohr effect.
Massage: After the oxygen application, a relaxing facial massage can be performed. This massage serves to relax the muscles, promote blood circulation, and further absorption of the applied ingredients.
Final step: At the end of the treatment, a moisturizing or protective cream is applied to soothe and protect the skin. In any case, we apply sun protection individually selected for you, because the topic of sun protection is extremely important to us.