Oxygen Infusion Facial Therapy
Red-carpet Services or Serious Skin Care?
This state of the art infusion of oxygen rich peptides, vitamins, and anti-oxidants add moisture, hydration and circulation to the skin, for age defying results you can see. An oxygen facial delivers a mixture of 98% pure oxygen at a high pressure, and anti-aging serum through an airbrush to the face. Oxygen is suggested to strengthen skin’s elasticity and help eliminate acne-causing bacteria, as well as reduce fine lines and wrinkles, even out skin tone, and diminish pores. The facial involves a machine that sprays atomized moisturizers onto the skin using a stream of pressurized oxygen. Sunsara incorporate the Age-defining Peptides and hyaluronic acid solution to accelerate skin rejuvenation, the treatment hydrate skin immediately, making the face visibly appear smoother and plumper in just one treatment. The instant results speak for themselves. " Madonna is one of the most recognized celebrities who are regular users of the oxygen facials", and according to her web site, she apparently has her own personal oxygen treatment Esthetician on staff.
The oxygen facial is often marketed as being a red-carpet service, but is there more to it than that? The benefits of topical oxygen extend well beyond just the plump-me-up, blush-me-out, short-term look-good effect, and has its roots in serious skin care. Skin penetration Studies reveal that dermal cells receive oxygen from both the inside and the outside; there is a dynamic balance between both systems of oxygen availability. That balance can be shifted to either side of the availability equation. Oxygen facials shift the equation toward oxygen from the outside.
Oxygen facial concentrator nebulizers were developed for medical purposes with the goal of spinning a liquid within the nebulizer in what is called the Venturi effect. When liquid is spun at a high rate of speed, oxygen is mixed with the liquid, making it an oxygen-carrying medium. When oxygen-rich liquid is applied to the skin, suspended oxygen is released at the dermal level. Nebulizers create consistent, micronized particles that are highly effective at penetrating the epidermis. In the professional skin care setting, oxygen mist driven by an oxygen concentrator is considered a Class I medical device, so this service can be provided by an esthetician.
Oxygen following microdermabrasion.
Following a microdermabrasion treatment, skin is inflamed and irritated. A hyaluronic complex with carrot seed topical oxygen serum can be used to help the skin retain moisture while tightening blood vessels and reducing redness. Oxygen accelerates dermal collagen production through the stimulation of metabolic processes.
Oxygen following surgery.Surgical procedures involve the cutting of tissue and interruption of vascular structure. Blood containing essential oxygen for tissue repair is interrupted to healing tissue. Applying oxygen mist immediately after surgery helps provide essential oxygen to promote tissue repair. Patients heal faster with less chance of infection when oxygen mist is used daily following surgical intervention. Nebulized oxygen is recommended for greater penetration.
Oxygen for acne.
The stand-alone oxygen facial can be used by estheticians for the treatment of acne. Propionibacterium acnes is an anaerobic bacterium residing deep in the pores. It does not tolerate oxygen. Clients with acne outbreaks usually require several treatments until the issue is resolved. Penetrating to the depths of the pore often requires nebulized oxygen procedures. Clients may develop a comedone as bacteria is expelled from the pore.
Oxygen for rosacea.
The rosacea client will develop flareups when under dietary or emotional stress. These clients will require three to six sessions to gain control of their condition. It is highly recommended that the nebulizer technique be used. Nebulization carries oxygen deeper into the dermis to get to the deep blood vessels of this condition.
Oxygen for skin healing.
Topical oxygen mist is used medically to promote the healing of burns. The foundation of topical oxygen mist is a sterile saline solution. Burn care can begin with the application of sterile saline oxygen mist directly to the injured tissue. Oxygen mist inhibits microbial action while promoting accelerated metabolic activity and healing. The gentle nature of nebulized oxygen makes this application a preferred method.
For years Oxygen therapy has been used in Burn Centers for its healing purposes.“Avoid carbon monoxide (vehicle exhaust, fumes from gas stoves & heaters) that reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. Fluoride also interferes with oxygen uptake Alcohol and drugs rob the body of oxygen because the body must oxidize these substances during the process of their removal." "Dr. Kurt W. Donsbach" Author of oxygen oxygen oxygen.
Advanced Liquid Oxygen Infusion Therapy:The next innovation for younger looking skin. This unique Oxygen delivery system counters the skin's natural resistance using the "Rebound Effect" of air assisted jet pumps to deliver a matrix of bio-available liquid minerals and oxygen deep into the tissues to rematerialize and stimulate the skin, to raise energy levels and increase skin vitality. Oxygen Infusion delivers oxygen and liquid minerals further than oxygen mist treatments by fusing bio-available trace and essential minerals and delivering them into the tissue by jet stream infusion, rematerializing skin, restoring vibrancy and a youthful glowing complexion. Oxygen Infusion is essential for dull, aging skin, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and Acne. Oxygen provides life and energy to every living cell in our bodies. Our ability to think and act comes from the energy created by oxygen. It's also one of the most important elements for the prevention of disease, and is absolutely essential to optimal cell function.
Cosmetic Surgery and Oxygen Infusion If you are planning cosmetic surgery or if you are on the mend from a recent procedure, Oxygen Infusion therapy is an absolute must. Cosmetic surgeons are recommending Oxygen Therapy to their patients both before and after any procedure. And for good reason. Oxygen Infusion therapyhas been shown to dramatically speed up the healing/recovery process for people who undergo virtually any cosmetic procedure. Oxygen Infusion has been shown to reduce swelling and bruising, and it has an anti-bacterial effect – all which can contribute to a much speedier, and more comfortable recovery. And scars have been shown to heal better with oxygen infusion therapy. When undergoing cosmetic surgery, there are no guarantees that the surgery will be a success. But there is one thing you can do to increase your chances of a successful procedure. And that is oxygen infusion therapy. Sometimes, a little more oxygen can mean the difference between good results and great results. If you are planning cosmetic surgery, you must consider oxygen infusion therapy as part of your treatment recovery.
Oxygen Infusion Benefits:
Oxygen Infusion Therapy provides oxygen to the skin in a liquid bio-available form that super greatly saturates and hydrates the skin. Unlike most other oxygen products, the Oxygen Infusion does not produce harmful free radicals. This pure oxygen therapy contains liquid minerals, copper, selenium, magnesium, sulfur and CoQ10, Age-defining Peptides and hyaluronic acid serum that are extremely beneficialto skin exposed to internal or environmental stress and is EFFECTIVE for both men and women, all skin types!
* Reduces Redness and Inflammation
* Aids in Wound Healing
* Pathogens and Bacteria are killed
* Increased Suppleness and Elasticity
* Stimulates the Langerhans cells (Skin Immune System)
* Helps with Capillary Damage* Increases skins natural healing ability
* Increases skin recovery after Cosmetic Surgery
* Improves overall health of cells and surrounding tissue
* Dries Facial Blemishes and Acne
* Imparts a glow to the skin
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