Labo OXY treat


Active oxygen with Transdermal technology to combat the most common skin problems

What’s this

Oxygen is one of the most requested beauty treatments; It has no side effects and in a few applications it visibly fights skin aging and gives the skin a radiant, fresh and luminous appearance.

High concentration oxygen treatments are able to use pure oxygen in a revolutionary way, detoxifying, nourishing and revitalizing skin cells.
They are also used with appreciable results in the treatment of acne. In these cases, in fact, the skin has lesions capable of carrying oxygen inside the tissues, allowing it to act.


Firms and shapes the skin of the face and body, reduces double chin and wrinkles on the forehead, nose and neck. It makes the skin more hydrated and radiant, making sun spots less visible. It reduces acne and the size of pores making them less noticeable.


In analogy with regenerative medicine treatments, Labo has studied and developed an innovative method that combines highly penetrating active oxygen with transdermal functional molecules.

Labo experts, since 2017, have deepened their technical knowledge on the use of oxygen in regenerative medicine treatments. Furthermore, based on one of the most important of their patents, namely Transdermal Technology, they have created an innovative process that combines highly penetrating and highly effective active oxygen with transdermal functional molecules.

The mechanism of action of the new dermo-cosmetic therapy with transdermal oxygen involves the use of perfluorinated molecules (Perfluorocarbons), capable of carrying molecular oxygen deep into the skin tissues.
In the dermis, oxygen rekindles metabolic processes and cellular activities in order to process the active ingredients characteristic of specific treatments to a greater extent to obtain superior benefits on the skin blemishes treated.


How they work

Thanks to Labo’s patented Transdermal Technology, the amount of PFCs that penetrate deep into the skin layers are tested, conveying oxygen to the dermis. Here, oxygen can work on the skin giving countless benefits: it improves skin micro-circulation; increases cellular oxygenation; stimulates cell turnover with the consequent regeneration of the skin layers; reactivates skin cell metabolism; counteracts the aging process; promotes the activity of fibroblasts and stimulates them to produce collagen and elastin; restores tone to the skin and promotes its rejuvenation; has an anti-inflammatory effect; reduces irritation; has antibacterial effect; carries out a detoxifying action; strengthens the skin’s defenses; has a marked lightening action.

These fundamental and advantageous actions of oxygen allow the skin to receive in depth the specific functional transdermal molecules for major skin problems and to benefit from them optimally, thanks to the Transdermal Technology, also applied to them.

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