OxyGeneo 3 in 1 super facial treatment, provides three visible results:
- Skin is visibly smoother (due to gentle exfoliation).
- The skin is infused with oxygen and other minerals; it appears nourished and hydrated.
- The treatment increases blood flow and metabolism; after treatment, the patient’s skin looks supple and youthful
What are the benefits of OxyGeneo treatment?
An OxyGeneo facial combines elements of different treatments for exceptional results. Here are the components of OxyGeneo facial treatment:
Exfoliation – firstly, the geneO+ exfoliates the top layers of the skin to remove dead cells, renew the skin and prepare it to receive active nutrients. Exfoliation is safe for all skin tones and types; it can even treat sensitive skin without irritation.
Rejuvenation – by using our exclusive Capsugen, geneO+ technology deeply cleanses the skin while infusing nutrient-rich active ingredients. You choose one of two gel treatments, NeoRevive™ (for rejuvenation and anti-aging) or NeoBright™ (for skin brightening and texture improvement).
Oxygenation – the geneO+ produces CO2 bubbles that gently burst on the skin’s surface creating a physiological response from the body to send oxygen-rich blood to the area. This results in increased capillary flow and improved skin metabolism. Oxygenation is extremely effective because it promotes optimal absorption of active ingredients.
Ultrasound – this technology penetrates below the surface of the skin to promote cellular repair and renewal, increase circulation and improve the skin’s ability to absorb skincare products and makeup.
How does the OxyGeneo process work?
The treatment begins with applying one of two gels on the face:
- NeoBrightTM – a gel that lightens and brightens skin by using azelaic acid, kojic acid, and retinol
- NeoReviveTM – a gel that improves the skin’s texture with hyaluronic acid, peptides, and retinol
The next part of the treatment involves placing a smooth capsule comprised of sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, and magnesium at the end of a vibrating device. When the ingredients in the capsule interact with the gel on the patient’s face, a chemical reaction occurs. The result is that carbon dioxide (CO2) bubbles are created, and these bubbles cause oxygen-enriched blood to rise to the surface of the skin.