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When it is administered subcutaneously, CO2 can diffuse to the dermis and to deeper layers to target the microcirculation system, to create vasodilatation and to increase blood flow.
Principle of action on cellulite:
There are 2 main effects of the CO2 on the body. At the vascular level, CO2 stimulates and increases the vascular tone and leads to vasodilatation of the microcirulation vessels. This is the local effect of the CO2 on the arteriole muscle cells.
Cellulite is a common name for a clinical and aesthetic condition affecting almost 80% of woman and which appears near adolescence or adulthood. In cellulite, the connective tissue and the adipose tissue have various modifications and alterations. Lymphatic and blood vessels are also modified.
Cellulite is also characterized by alterations of the skin surface, giving the skin an orange peel or mattress appearance. This appearance has a very strong impact of woman's quality of life and social relations (sport, sexual relations, ...)
Cellulite is a progressive disease that develops in phases.
Blood circulation and lymphatic drainage to the subcutaneous layer are impaired. This leads to fluid retention and the accumulation of toxins that damages the connective tissues making them more fibrous. This stage is primarily asymptomatic and no cellulite is visible to the naked eye.