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What You Need to Know About The Next Big Thing: The Geneo Super Facial

There is a great new cosmetic procedure taking the world by storm. Known as the OxyGeneo facial, it is, essentially, a major facial that can rejuvenate the skin and make you look and feel younger. If you are interested in this treatment, it’s important to know as much as possible about it.

Celebrities have already been swarming to get OxyGeneo facials. Generally speaking, the procedure utilizes oxygen to treat the skin. The first of these types of procedures date back to the 2000s. Over the years, they have been improved vastly and are popular treatments you can get in spas and dermatologists’ offices. OxyGeneo facials leave your skin with a healthy, youthful glow that can take years off your appearance.


Overall, there are three components that make up an OxyGeneo treatment. They include the following:

• Exfoliation: Exfoliation is the process that removes the topmost layer of dead skin. It is similar to microdermabrasion and is used to eliminate dead skin cells and leave new, fresh, healthier skin in its wake.
• Skin rejuvenation: OxyGeneo uses a mixture of ingredients like antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, and peptides, much like traditional facials. These active ingredients work together to rejuvenate the skin.
• Oxygenation: The process of oxygenation produces bubbles of carbon dioxide directly on the surface of the skin, which stimulates blood flow that is rich in oxygen to the treated area.


OxyGeneo is different from other facials that use oxygen to work. For one thing, exfoliation is used for the removal of the dead skin cells at the topmost layer of the face. There is also a device that is used for the treatment. It is a non-vacuum vibrating handpiece used by the dermatologist. It doesn’t use any suction, which is beneficial because suction can leave irritation of the skin. Generally, it buffers the entire face and feels gentle on your skin. Oxygenation is also used. This process works internally.


There are numerous benefits to enjoy from getting an OxyGeneo facial. They include the following:

• Brighter skin
• Plumper skin
• Reduction in hyper-pigmentation
• Shrinks pores
• Improves skin texture
• Hydrates the skin

In addition to all of these benefits, the procedure leaves results that aren’t just on the skin’s surface. OxyGeneo works from the inside out as it lets carbon dioxide get into the skin’s layers to oxygenate them. You are left with amazing, long-lasting results.


When you get an OxyGeneo facial, you are left with glowing, healthier skin that looks great. You will have noticeable results immediately after your treatment and may not even believe what you see when you look into a mirror. Your pores are cleaner and your skin is bright and soft. You also have no downtime after OxyGeneo, which means you don’t have to miss time off from work or school and can simply go about your everyday business after your appointment.

If you live in Wisconsin and want to give the OxyGeneo facial a try, contact the Wisconsin Vein Center and Medispa at your earliest convenience.

Owner / On-Site Medical Director at Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa | Website

Dr. Deborah Manjoney is a board-certified surgeon and physician with extensive training, including cardiothoracic surgery. She founded the Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa in 2002, where she specializes in vein treatments and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. Dr. Manjoney is nationally recognized, having spoken at conferences, received awards, and contributed to medical publications.