Skin treatments

Oxybrasion

Peeling for acne and wrinkles

For some, oxybrasion is just another type of peeling, for others – a rescue for the skin, when no other method is recommended. It was invented for those women who have very sensitive skin, and yet would like to admire the effects similar to those of microdermabrasion treatments.

Water is the elixir of life, and oxygen is indispensible for life. When these two are so important for life, wouldn’t it be an energizer for the skin too! Oxybrasion treatment involves the combination of oxygen and water to help improve the appearance and texture of the skin. It is a unique procedure that offers the benefits of both microdermabrasion and oxygen therapy.

How does oxybrasion work?

Oxybrasion is performed by deep exfoliation of dead skin cells with the application of oxygen and saline flow simultaneously. Oxygen helps to enhance the production of collagen fibres and the reconstruction of capillaries, wherein saline disinfects the skin to prevent acne.

Oxybrasion treatment intensely but painlessly exfoliates the epidermis, and at the same time does not cause side effects in the form of irritation, which often occur with other treatments of this type, such as, for example, traditional diamond microdermabrasion.

After one oxybrasion skin is visibly brightened, refreshed and very smooth.

The treatment is excellent for the skin wellness, effectively eliminates seborrhea, wrinkles and discoloration.

This treatment is excellent for:

  •  oxygenation of the skin
  •  improving the oval face
  •  narrowing the pores
  •  cleans and disinfects the skin
  •  supports the treatment of rosacea
  •  reduces acne scars and blemishes
  •  shallowing and relaxation scars
  •  improves skin tone
  • reduces wrinkles

How many treatments do I need?

Treatment sessions are carried out once every 10-14 days, and are likely to last about half an hour each.

For best results we recommend from 3 – 5 sessions

In the case of oily skin, it’s once a week to achieve the desired results.