Oxygenetix FAQs

Oxygenetix FAQs

Is Oxygenetix safe for Acne, Rosacea & Sensitive Skins?

The Aloe Gel base and CeravitaeTM Pro-Oxygen complex with no heavy oils, alcohols, or added water, suit even sensitive skins. Oxygenetix is recommended for every skin type; including post-procedural and sensitive skin and the acne foundation is designed especially to treat that condition. It soothes skin and doesn’t irritate or cause break-outs.

Can Oxygenetix help Skin Discoloration?

Age spots, liver spots, vitiligo and melasma can return even after treatment. Oxygenetix is perfect to camouflage and conceal.

What about using Oxygenetix for environmental damage?

Oxygenetix non chemical SPF25 full spectrum physical sunblock protects against premature ageing and sun damage without irritation.

Has Oxygenetix been clinically tested?

Yes, Oxygenetix has been tested by physicians and their patients.

What is Ceravitae? What does it do?

Ceravitae is a patented supercharged oxygen complex that proliferates collagen cell and connective tissue growth in aging or wounded skin. This aerobic effect helps to make those vital productive cells work harder.

What procedures can Oxygenetix be used after?

Oxygenetix can be used after: CO2 Laser — Rhinoplasty — Laser Hair Removal — Acne/Rosacea Treatments — Facial Surgery Bruising — Scar Revision — Skin Resurfacing — Injectables — Eye Surgery — Dermabrasion — Chemical Peels.

Can Oxygenetix be used as an everyday make-up?

Yes, Oxygenetix was formulated for post-operative healing and full, undetectable coverage. Continued use promotes youthful, healthy skin through oxygen driven cellular turnover in a breathable, second skin formula.

Is Oxygenetix good for your skin?

Oxygenetix is great skin care that just happens to be a make-up product.

How do I apply Oxygenetix Foundation?