Make those Circles, Glow

Carboxy Under-Eyes Treatment
Fast Procedure
FDA Approved
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Modern facility and Professional Staff

Best Treatment is not everything we offer, our clinic is equipped with modern facility Hygienic Environment & following COVID-19 Protocols. We have trained and Professional staffs to make your day easier with us.

Advanced and International Medical Devices

Our Clinic is Equipped with only Advance Medical devices. To give you the best; we have only chosen the industry best devices and treatment Equipment

Experienced Team of Doctors

We have a team of Doctors with Average 10+ Years of Experience. Head of the team Dr. Rashmi has 15+ years of experience in Esthetics Treatment and has provided treatment to more than a thousand Patients

Treatment has been very effective on my dark circles, Thanks to doc at riva

Learn More About Carboxy

Carboxytherapy also referred to as carbon dioxide therapy or CDT is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that uses CO2 i.e. carbon dioxide gas for diminishing fat cells and for improving the look of skin. This therapy uses carbon dioxide gas as this is the only gas exhaled by the human body as a waste product hence it can be said that due to poor circulation of blood on few parts of the skin leads to the imperfections on the skin surface like stretch marks, acne, dark circles, and cellulite

Poor blood circulation is partially responsible for cellulite, stretch marks, and dark under-eye circles. Cells in the body release carbon dioxide as waste. Red blood cells take the oxygen you inhale and carry it to tissues, then pick up carbon dioxide. Eventually, the carbon dioxide is exhaled by the lungs.

A physician can increase blood circulation to a specific area by injecting carbon dioxide, causing the red blood cells to rush to the area. When the blood cells reach the location, they create an increase in circulation. This works to repair skin elasticity and, in the case of under-eye circles, change pigment to a healthy glow.

Dark circles under the eyes are usually caused by poor circulation, which creates vascular pooling. Injecting the gas under the eyelid reduces this bluish pooling and replaces it with a blush tone.