The effect of

 carbon dioxide

​Vasodilation and the general improvement 

Carbon dioxide has various effects on the body, the main three notable effects are an expansion of blood vessels, increased blood flow, and an increase in oxygen intake. This can result in the enhancement of anti-ageing effects, general health improvements and refinement of one's beauty.

 

The great thing about carbonation is that it can be expected to initiate vasodilation without the use of internal medicine, thus, taking advantage of the homeostasis (biological function) that every organism has.

 

In summary, carbon dioxide is absorbed from the skin and into the blood vessels, it is then subsequently converted into bicarbonate ion and hydrogen ion via carbonic anhydrase.

 

Following this process, the tissue becomes acidic and falls off due to the hydrogen ions. Then, the vascular endothelial cells that have undergone this change produce a substance that relaxes the blood vessel wall and in turn, dilate the blood vessels. This process is called the theory of the tube wall, and it is one of the biological functions that regulate blood flow and blood pressure.

Simply put, the vasodilator effect increases blood flow.

As blood flow increases, skin absorption is improved, resulting in more absorption without accumulating unnecessary waste products.

 

This, in turn, results in the intake of oxygen and nutrients as well as the activation of cells.

Carbonation dilates blood vessels and increases blood flow, resulting in increased oxygen intake, the activation of cells, and the improvement of one's metabolism.

​Carbon dioxide gas instigates Bohr effect

The Bohr effect is a change in the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood or temperature, which affects the amount of oxygen released from red blood cells. Carbonated care is exactly what uses this Bohr effect. Oxygen is usually attached to the pigment cells in the blood called hemoglobin.

 

When carbon dioxide is absorbed directly from the skin, pH is reduced by the action of carbonic anhydrase. Therefore, Bohr's effect takes place allowing for more oxygen to be released from red blood cells, resulting in more oxygen being supplied to carbonated skin.

 

In all cases regarding skin, metabolism is the function of creating new cells and replacing older skin cells.

If the old stratum corneum remains and can not be removed nor be replaced with a new one, it will result in darker, dehydrated skin.

 

To increase metabolism, it is important to take in a sufficient amount of oxygen. This provides the energy needed for skin cell division or turnover and allows you to maintain healthy and beautiful skin.

 

In this way, fresh blood is constantly circulating, thus, providing cells with plenty of nutrition resulting in good health.