OxyPure is a non-invasive, 3-in-1 facial treatment inspired by the well-known therapeutic effect of thermal springs. EstheClinic’s OxyPure has been designed to enrich the skin with oxygen while gently exfoliating dead skin and infusing active ingredients to maximize the result with a comfortable, refreshing, and highly effective super facial treatment.
While standard oxygen facials have a stream of pressurized oxygen hitting the skin, OxyGeneo’s oxygenation effect happens internally, which is more effective. It creates carbon dioxide bubbles, which causes oxygen-enriched blood to come to the surface. There’s no external energy involved—just a cool ingredient interaction.
You’ll see a brighter, more radiant effect after the very first visit! The benefits are compounded with each following session, and you’ll enjoy fairer, more glowing, and pigment-free skin for months after.
No pain, only benefits:
- No downtime; No discomfort
- Can be done in 30 minutes
- Immediate visible results
- Effective for every skin type
- Addresses specific skin concerns
- The most powerful non-invasive treatment
OxyPure works for nearly all ages, skin tones, and complexions.
- Even out skin tone
- Improves skin cells regeneration
- Deeply oxygenize and provide nutrients to the skin cells
- Reduce and heal enlarged pores
The three powerful steps of OxyPure:
Step 1: EXFOLIATION – unlike some other facials, OxyPure has the added exfoliation step that removes the top layer of dead skin for more excellent absorption.
Step 2: INFUSION – OxyPure buffs over the skin surface and infuse revitalizing nutrients such as hyaluronic acid to the skin. It is incredibly gentle and can be performed on sensitive skin and delicate areas such as the eyes, mouth, and nose.
Step 3: OXYGENATION – The most crucial difference that sets OxyPure apart is the skin’s oxygenation process. OxyPure’s oxygenation effect takes place internally, beneath the skin surface. This is done with the release of carbon dioxide bubbles on the skin, which causes oxygen-enriched blood to rise to the skin’s surface.