It is the process of injecting pure oxygen into the lower layer of the skin without the use of needles and feeding the products with the appropriate molecular structure into the skin.

When oxytherapy, also known as oxygen therapy, begins to be applied, the product with oxygen activator and oxygen reaches the lower layers of the skin.


Increases blood circulation.

Delays cell aging by facilitating the removal of toxins.

Refreshes the skin with skin recovery.

Reduces wrinkles.

Antioxidant effect with vitamins A, C, E.

Reduction in cellulite as oxygen has a fat burning effect.

Used in spot treatments.

Forehead, around the eyes and around the lips are preferred as the most applied area. Thanks to pure oxygen, damaged skin cells are refreshed, resulting in a younger appearance.

You can observe the glow that comes with the change in your skin from the first session.


The section that starts immediately after the surgery is called the post-operative section, also known as the post-op section. It continues even after discharge. It is especially recommended that you learn about the complications that may occur during and after your surgery from your doctor and the health personnel who take care of you, even if it is the smallest surgery. As the saying goes, there is no big or small surgery. The operation also affects the patient and the person accompanying him/her. After some surgeries, the patient returns to his/her daily life within 1 or 2 days, while after some operations, the patient may need more time to continue his/her daily life.

The patient needs a support person, i.e. a companion, both in the hospital where they stay and after they are discharged. However, some patients may have difficulty in finding this person or persons. In this case, centers licensed by the Ministry of Health, such as Home Care Centers, come into play.

Once an agreement has been reached with the Home Care Center, a medical staff will be sent to accompany you. The medical staff who will accompany you will help you in your post-op period while accompanying you. Apart from the accompaniment service, there are also services offered by Home Care Centers.

To list these;

Reminding the patient of the medicines to be taken by the patient and helping the patient if he/she is not able to take his/her own medicines

Attaching an IV to the patient

Dressing care

Exercise assistance under the name of physical therapy

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