What is Oxiana USA?

What is Oxiana USA? Well, Oxiana USA is a European-based oxygen skin therapy that was originally created by the company, European Dimensions. This company initially introduced a variety of oxygen therapies to the United States (originally California), and touted them as beauty and fitness beauty enhancement treatments. When these treatments were first introduced to the United States, they were primarily used in the medical field, but over time they entered the American health, beauty, skincare, and fitness arenas. If you are interested in learning more about Oxiana USA, you have come to the right place. This article will give you an overview of Oxiana USA, so that you can determine if it is the right treatment for you.

Goal

What is the goal of this treatment? The goal of Oxiana USA is to regenerate, revitalize, and rejuvenate your skin. This cosmetic treatment combines oxygen molecules with skin-nourishing vitamins to enrich your skin, and improve your appearance. Numerous American and European medical professionals (i.e. dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and skin specialists) have added the Oxiana System to their treatment plans, and protocols.

Process

So, how does Oxiana USA (oxygen skin therapy) work? Well, this skin therapy combines water-soluble vitamins with highly concentrated oxygen molecules, in an effort to nourish, revitalize, and repair your damaged and dead skin cells.

Candidates

Oxiana USA is recommended for those suffering from the following health conditions:

  • Acne & Rosacea
  • Dry & Dehydrated Skin
  • Sun Damaged & Sunburned Skin
  • Sensitive, Inflamed & Irritated Skin

Cosmetic Treatments

Oxiana USA can be combined with the following cosmetic treatments:

  • Laser Skin Resurfacing
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Chemical Peels
  • Electrolysis
  • Waxing & Permanent Makeup
  • Micro-Derma Abrasion
  • Reconstructive Surgery

Oxiana System

What is the Oxiana System? Well, it consists of two pieces of equipment: oxygen concentrator and the vitabrusher. This system is used to deliver the oxygen/vitamin treatment to clients. The oxygen concentrator is both easy-to-handle, and high-tech, while the vitabrusher is a long applicator that resembles a magical wand. Moreover, the oxygen concentrator is produced in the United States. It is easy and safe to use, making it both user-friendly and appealing to spas and salons. It produced highly concentrated oxygen molecules from air. The concentrator is not only affordable and accessible; it is also a safe way to produce oxygen.

Furthermore, the oxygen concentrator does not continue to output air, once the machine has been turned off. Moreover, oxygen is not stored inside of the machine. The vitabrusher, on the other hand, is a high-tech, expertly designed “magical wand.” It consists of a one-of-a-kind glass applicator. This uniquely designed, exclusive equipment is hand-crafted, and produced in Germany. When the vitabrusher is connected to the oxygen concentrator hose, it delivers an oxygen/vitamin mist to the treatment areas (i.e. arms, legs, back, etc.). The mist immediately penetrates your skin, revitalizing, and repairing damaged cells.

Costs

The complete cost of The Oxiana System (oxygen concentrator, vitabrusher, and complete product line) is $3200.00. But, you can purchase each item individually. Check with your salon or spa for any discounts.

Other products that you can purchase to complete the system include:

  • Vitanomes Salon Mix ($42.00 for 8 oz.)
  • Vitanomes Concentrate ($47.00 for 1 oz.)
  • Isotonic ($22.00 for 8 oz.)
  • Isotonic Splash ($24.00 for 8 oz.)
  • Enzyme Wash ($20.00 for 8 oz.)
  • Enzyme Mask ($29.00 for 3 oz.)

References:

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. (2014). What is oxygen therapy. Retrieved from http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/oxt/

Oxiana. (2014). Oxiana USA: A European oxygen skin therapy. Retrieved from http://oxiana-usa.com/about-us/index.html

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