Imagine reviving your skin’s radiance in under an hour with no downtime! With the CO2Lift Pro Carboxy Gel Treatment, you can improve your skin’s elasticity with a cutting-edge gel-mask treatment. That means no lasers, no injections, and no scars for a rapid result with NO downtime! Great when you are short of time and need a facial pick-me-up!
The CO2Lift Pro Carboxy Gel Treatment delivers powerful skin regeneration with transdermal, non-invasive CO2. This highly advanced, medical-grade product is the only clinically proven carboxytherapy gel treatment that offers cutting-edge skin rejuvenation, improving dryness, texture, discoloration, large pores, and wrinkles. When mixed, this gel treatment produces carbon dioxide, which triggers oxygen-rich blood flow, stimulating circulation and oxygenation while removing waste and inflammation to regenerate healthy, new skin tissue. It can effectively be used to treat the face, eyes, neck, or body.
This treatment can be used as a stand-alone treatment or for post-procedure care after resurfacing treatments like peels, lasers, and microneedling for improved results and faster recovery.
The CO2Lift Pro Carboxy Gel Treatment can successfully treat a number of skin concerns, and can effectively achieve the following.
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduce dark circles and puffiness around the eyes
- Increase skin hydration by 117%
- Reduce inflammation in the skin
- Lifts and tightens
- Reduces pore size
- Smooth skin texture
- Brightens skin tone
Why Choose Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa?
If you are interested in learning more about this cutting-edge, non-invasive treatment option, contact Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa today! Dr. Manjoney and her team collaborate to ensure that you receive the beautiful, natural-looking results you desire.
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