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Face Treatment

LumiMax PL

It is in cosmetics and dermatology for permanent removal of unwanted hair, pigmented lesions, rejuvenation, moderate and acne. Currently the technological development of Fractional Pulsed light (FPL), or Intense Pulsed light (IPL) constitutes the most modern and effective system in the market for hair removal, sun damage, wrinkles,and treatment of acne.

Eliminates the risk of pain and side effects associated with traditional systems, achieving extraordinary results

This treatment applies to:

- Permanent hair removal.
- Rejuvenation of photo aged skin.
- Benign Vascular Lesions.
- Control and prevention of acne.

Advantages of pulse programming technology
- Significant decrease in discomfort produced by burning and its side effects or traditional Laser
- Treatment versatility, the device can be adjusted to the needs and features of each patient
- Removal of potential scars and wound scars
- Reducing appearance and texture of wrinkles
- Inducing cell turnover causing production of natural collagen For lasting results, we suggest maintenance treatments once a month.

What results can be expected?

The appearance of the skin will noticeably improve after the treatment series as it reduces and, in some cases, completely eliminated broken capillaries and spider veins.

How many sessions are required?

Usually 3 to 4 sessions every 4 weeks, at least, but additional sessions might be required.


Carboxytherapy is a mesotherapy like non-surgical procedure used to infuse CO2 gas below the skin (sub-cutaneous or intradermic) through a thin 30G mesotherapy needle.

Treatments are quick, comfortable, effective with no down time. CO2 gas stimulates blood flow with several consequences: skin elasticity improvement, peau d'orange cellulite reduction, localized fat reduction and collagen production stimulation. Carboxytherapy is a good alternative to liposuction for person who are not willing to go through anesthesia and surgical operations.

Carboxytherapy has now become a good anti-aging treatment for cellulite of all grades, for wrinkles reduction, stretch marks. Carboxytherapy is a FDA approved treatment.


Carboxytherapy works in two different ways: it first fragilizes fat cells with a pressure traumatism, then, in second, CO2 leads to flood vassels dilation in the area where the gas is injected. This reaction to carbon dioxide injection gives a better oxygenation of skin layers with increased lipolysis capabilities. The end result is fewer fat cells and skin tightening..

Carboxytherapy has been used for over 70 years in Europe where it was discovered (France, Royat). The procedure was widely used to treat ischemic vascular diseases because of the vasodilation properties of CO2. No major side effect has ever been reported during this period. Carboxytherapy aesthetic usage has been introduced by italian doctors in the 2000ies . Aesthetic CO2 procedures are now widely used in north and south america as in Europe too. The most common co2 treatments are:

  • - Cellulite reduction
  • - Localized fat & weight reduction with or without liposuction
  • - Liposuction complementary solution to clear pending irregularities.
  • - Alopecia
  • - Arterial diseases associated with diabetes
  • - Skin ulcers
  • - Some erection problems due to vascular disorders
  • - Stretch marks
  • - Acne scars & Skin laxity (arms, chest, ...)
  • - Wrinkles redution

How many sessions are necessary?

The number of sessions differs and are related to the kind of performed treatment. Localized fat reduction typically requires from 8 to 10 sessions for an optimal result. Sessions should be renewed eash 1 or 2 weeks. Several yearly sessions are necessary to maintain results.

For cellulite and peau d'orange, from 6 to 10 sessions are also required for optimum results. They should be renewed each each one or two weeks. Results may be optimized with cellu-m6 or velasmooth massages.

Treatments for stretch marks and wrinkles will require from 4 to 6 sessions repeated each month.

Are there any side effects associated with carboxytherapy?

The only real possible side effect of carboxytherapy is the potential for a bruise at the injection site. Usually, the eyelids can be treated without leaving any marks, making it a truly no-downtime procedure. Bruising is very common when treating the arms and legs, so carboxytherapy might not be a good idea if you plan on wearing a bikini the following week during vacation.