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One of Hollywood’s Best-Kept Secrets -- The Fountain of Youth?

Regenerative therapy for anti-aging and skin renewal is the latest buzz among celebrities, and it's easy to understand why.

"Anything that promotes healthy circulation also helps keep your skin healthy and vibrant.”

- Dr. Ellen Marmur, dermatologist

Increasing circulation to your skin will supply your cells with much-needed oxygen to improve sagging, wrinkles, and even age spots. Regenerative therapy is popular among celebrities hoping to enhance both health and the quality of their skin. A daily, living probiotic can also support a skin renewal treatment — the potassium and sulfur in CocoBiotic help to naturally increase circulation in the skin.

Have you ever peeked in the mirror after exercising? You may notice that your skin glows. After a tough workout, our skin becomes dewy with sweat, and usually the cheeks or the entire face is flushed pink. This is a good sign. It is evidence that the outermost reaches of our cells have been bathed in oxygen-rich blood. When you increase circulation to the most peripheral areas of the body, you can improve damage to skin cells, age spots, wrinkles, and sagging skin from weak collagen structure!

While our inner health deserves the most attention when it comes to improving the health and appearance of the skin, there are several proven natural treatments that can manage and potentially reverse skin damage that has already occurred.

Oxygen and your body

Oxygen, the third most abundant element in the universe, may prove to be one of the most effective treatments for the telltale signs of age that crop up unannounced. When cells do not receive enough oxygen, they slowly begin to malfunction and die. In a 2010 Japanese study, mice were exposed to UVB rays, known to prematurely age the skin. Those placed in an oxygen chamber after UVB exposure developed fewer wrinkles and showed fewer signs of tissue damage overall.2

Oxygen’s role as a life-giver in our universe is fascinating, and we can see the same effect, on a smaller scale, inside the human body. We are so dependent on oxygen that each blood cell is equipped with 280 million molecules of hemoglobin. When tissue in the body becomes damaged, it is unable to receive full support from surrounding blood vessels. This could happen in the brain, in the muscle tissue, in the joints, or in the organs.

Today, many top actors, actresses, and models are using cutting-edge oxygen and oxygen-generating regenerative therapy techniques to improve both skin quality and overall health.

So, what is Regenerative Therapy?

To find the answer, let’s dig into the science behind it. The human body is made up of 37.2 trillion cells.12 In Molecular Biology of the Cell, Lodish et al estimated that each of your individual cells can be damaged up to a million times daily!13

DNA damage occurs naturally every day for a variety of reasons, including: normal cellular metabolism,14 radiation from UV sunlight,14 cigarette smoke,14 environmental pollutants,14 chemicals,14 stress,15 and even errors during the DNA replication process.16

With all of that damage, you may be wondering how we even survive at all! Your body is pretty incredible and generates new cells every day. While it cannot prevent cell damage, regenerative therapy helps your body heal your cells after they have been damaged. Regenerative therapies deliver vital oxygen to your body to speed up recovery, ease arthritic pain, improve the quality of the skin, and even reduce inflammation in conditions like multiple sclerosis.

The cutting-edge comparison of NanoVi™, Hyperbaric chambers, and oxygen therapy.

The NanoVi™ device was designed to stimulate repair at the cellular level — producing a specific signal that is bioidentical to the body’s own natural signal which initiates its repair process. This is a therapy I personally use at home. The portable, table-top device emits a humidified air stream. Breathing in the enriched, humidified air can assist to body's own repair processes.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) also aids your body’s natural ability to repair cell damage, but in a different way. HBOT takes place in a high-pressure, oxygen-rich chamber which delivers 100% oxygen to your body.

What Makes Regenerative Therapy So Effective?

While there is no magic bullet in health, there are certain essential mechanisms in the body that must work correctly in order to be healthy. One such mechanism is blood flow, or perfusion. Put simply, each and every cell in the body needs oxygen and nutrients that it can only receive from blood.

The act of breathing in air does not promise that each cell is receiving what it needs to thrive. In fact, for one reason or another, most of us are not getting the amount of perfusion that we need.

Inflammatory conditions, whether the result of stress or injury, all benefit from a therapeutic dose of oxygen.

Not only does oxygen feed the cells, but healthy blood flow also carries away waste products like cellular debris and dangerous free radical toxins. Hyperbaric and other forms of oxygen therapy increase the oxygen outside of the cell respiration chain. Supplying additional oxygen to cells does not increase the cells’ ability to utilize more oxygen. To increase cells’ ability to utilize oxygen, the inner cell respiration chain has to be improved.

While regenerative therapy can be used to treat a wide array of serious health conditions, ranging from traumatic brain injury to gut function, they also just make you feel good:

  • Several celebrities are known to own regenerative therapy systems -- Keanu Reeves, John Travolta, Kirstie Alley to name a few. Even Michael Jackson was reported to have his own personal “Fountain of Youth.”
  • Many NFL athletes own their own NanoVi™ systems or HBOT chambers. These systems help them heal up quickly after an injury.
  • Regenerative therapy has been used successfully by war veterans and trauma survivors to relieve post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).3
  • Some stroke victims have used regenerative therapy to encourage full recovery; the treatment has been proven to boost brain repair years after stroke or traumatic brain injury.4
  • Sick pets have benefited from regenerative therapy under a veterinarian’s care, with treatment for infection, rattlesnake bites, and injuries after being hit by a car.

Regenerative Therapy fights inflammation by bathing the cells in the body with oxygen.

In 2013, University of Edinburgh researchers confirmed that oxygen levels play a major role in determining the severity of the body’s inflammatory response.8 Researches discovered this while studying how oxygen in the body can affect the use of anti-inflammatory drugs.8 When you consider that chronic inflammation can disrupt a healthy blood system, potentially increasing cancer risk (as a University of California San Francisco research team discovered in 2016), the use of oxygen therapy to calm inflammation makes perfect sense.9

The NanoVi™ helps the body utilize more of the oxygen available. The HBOT delivers more oxygen to the body in a closed chamber. This oxygen easily enters into every tissue of the body, thus dramatically diminishes the appearance of wrinkles in the skin.

Regenerative technology directly encourages overall skin health:

  • The surface of the skin and the tissue that structurally supports the skin rely on a constant supply of nutrients, especially oxygen.
  • When cells do not receive enough oxygen, they slowly begin to malfunction and die.

This means that both the NanoVi and HBOT help the skin after trauma, injury, or surgery. A therapeutic dose of oxygen can also improve skin infections, and it can be especially useful in regulating the appearance of chronic acne. Even fungal skin infections and dandruff, also called scalp dermatitis, will noticeably benefit from increased circulation and healthy blood flow.

Regenerative therapy for Anti-Aging: How to Revive Tired Skin

Dermatologist Ellen Marmur, MD, associate professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, says, “We tend to focus on the cardiovascular benefits of physical activity, and those are important. But anything that promotes healthy circulation also helps keep your skin healthy and vibrant.”

This is one of the reasons why facial acupuncture or even frequent facial massage can help smooth away wrinkles.2

We do everything in our power to hide these signs of age, but interestingly enough, research indicates that wrinkles could serve a deeper purpose, providing a better picture of our internal health. A study presented at The Endocrine Society's 93rd Annual Meeting in 2011 showed that the deeper a woman’s skin wrinkles in the first years of menopause are, the lower her bone density will be — a precursor to osteoporosis.1

NanoVi™ -- the Anti-Aging Therapy You Can Use at Home

The NanoVi™ is a relatively new pioneering technology with an array of benefits. I’ve had one for several years now and recently upgraded to a newer unit. I became convinced I had to spend the money once I read the research showing how effective the NanoVi™ is with respect to inflammation, which underlies every disease we have today, even aging.

I have watched people literally grow younger or recover very quickly
when using their NanoVi™ devices.

But what really sold me was the effect it has on sleep, which is why I finally purchased one for myself and my family. It’s a stress-buster and is wonderfully relaxing when used any time of the day, but when used at bedtime, it switches off the brain signals that keep us awake. For me, it stops the mind-chattering that so many of us have once we crawl between those covers, especially as women. I recently purchased a new NanoVi™ because it has a setting that allows it to run through the night. Now I can help increase oxygen utilization and initiate repair while I sleep.

Deep, restful sleep is essential for rejuvenation and healing — and also for beautiful skin. Great for use in a spa or skincare salon, the NanoVi™ initiates skin strengthening at the cellular level, improving the body’s own ability to address oxidative damage and to repair damage from outside sources that is unavoidable. While the NanoVi™ can be complementary to HBOT, it's important to note that cells can't metabolize more oxygen without generating more free radicals. So, hyperbaric chambers should be used with caution and preferably under medical guidance.

When hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used for anti-aging or rejuvenation, it's best paired with the NanoVi™ device, a combination that has been shown to improve patient outcomes at HBOT centers. And though the NanoVi™ can safely initiate cellular repair at home, unregulated soft chambers for home use (including HBOT) are not recommended since the pressure may not be high enough to kill all harmful pathogens.

If you are a practitioner, you may want to offer NanoVi™ treatments in your office. In fact, a number of NanoVi™ devices have been purchased by functional medicine MDs, DOs, and naturopaths. NanoVi™ units can also be found in some gyms, workout studios, and physical therapists’ offices. When athletes used the NanoVi Pro™ device for 15 minutes before exhaustive exercise, University of Vienna researchers detected up to 17 percent lower blood lactate levels in the treatment group versus the placebo group.10

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy takes place in a high-pressure, oxygen-rich chamber. The FDA has cleared HBOT for use in certain cases, though the safety and efficacy of the treatment have not been proven for all conditions. HBOT is a service that some insurance companies may cover if the diagnosis falls under FDA clearance. For more serious illnesses and medical conditions, it is always important to use HBOT under the care of your doctor. (Most states require a doctor’s prescription.)

The latest research on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been encouraging for sufferers of those “mysterious” maladies with symptoms that are hard to treat. In 2015, Rice University researchers found that women with fibromyalgia saw benefits after receiving the treatment — providing possible treatment options for other physical and mental conditions related to cognitive impairment, fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, and sleep disturbance.5

High-dose HBOT has also been used to extend the survival window after cardiac arrest, even enhancing the effectiveness of the natural compound artemisinin used as an alternative cancer treatment.6,7

In a nutshell: Increased blood flow to the skin makes us more beautiful, and the science shows this much is true. Studies have long supported HBOT’s use in medicine, but a 2014 review published in Medical Gas Research found great potential for using oxygen therapy to refresh aging skin, though more research may be needed on treatment specifications and dose. “The use of high oxygen concentration to reduce the visibility of wrinkles have shown to be promising and effective to a certain degree since this treatment is currently being used and is becoming more widespread in spas and dermatology clinics worldwide,” the researchers wrote.11

By Donna Gates

What To Remember Most About This Article:

Regenerative Therapy will not only improve the quality of your skin to treat wrinkles and sagging, but it may be used to alleviate serious health conditions, including injuries, PTSD, and stroke.

The NanoVi™ can help stimulate skin renewal, regulates sleep, and supports overall health by helping the body to better utilize oxygen. When used regularly, this convenient at-home device supports anti-aging in the body and in the skin. The NanoVi™ may also improve vitality and support better mental and physical performance — all by aiding in cellular repair.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy provides advanced healing by bathing the body in oxygen to feed cells and stimulate blood flow. This increase in circulation will flush out cellular waste and cleanse harmful free radicals from the system. HBOT is most frequently used to promote healing after injury, trauma, or surgery. And while most research focuses on this treatment’s ability to improve and manage illness and poor health, the latest studies point to HBOT’s restorative effect on the skin. Using a high concentration of oxygen has been proven to be promising and effective to reduce the visibility of wrinkles.


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  • nedbarnett

    This is an exceptionally well-written and accurate explanation about how and why hyperbaric oxygen - "high-pressure pure oxygen" - therapy can turn back the aging clock. I have worked in the aesthetic field for 28 years, and I've worked in the anti-aging field since 1994, and nothing I've seen works better than hyperbaric oxygen therapy for making your face look more youthful.

    I think it's important to know that hyperbaric oxygen therapy, when used in an anti-aging program, is not available from hospital hyperbaric centers. They only provide treatment for a handful of serious medical procedures.

    However, these treatments are available in outpatient hyperbaric treatment centers, usually without a physician's order. I personally use the chambers a the Hyperbaric Institute of Nevada ( in Henderson - suburban Las Vegas - and after 40 treatments, I feel much healthier, I've lost 12 pounds (a hyperbaric "dive" is in some ways akin to a mild workout, which explains the weight loss) and my wife says I look younger.

    I've found that the International Hyperbaric Medicine Association ( has information on outpatient hyperbaric oxygen treatment centers across America.

  • Bird Kumar

    India. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a painless non invasive procedure that can be done at home or at a clinician's office, spa or wellness centers.

    One can live with out food & water for up to 2-3 weeks but not with out oxygen for more than 3 minutes. Only 10 % of the energy we need comes from the food we eat and the rest of the 90 % of the energy comes from the oxygen we breath !!!

    Many of today’s illnesses as well as premature aging are caused by lack of oxygen. Oxygen therapy today is not only used for treatment of serious medical conditions, but is widely popular and available as a natural therapy to cope with the effects of aging, stress, illnesses, injury or overexertion.

    OXYGEN is the most vital element we need for survival and wellbeing.

    In the west and in the eastern part of our globe, not only hollywood stars but the common people are using it to improve healthy ageing, beauty and for many medical ailments. Did you know that Oxygen is not merely a "gas" but considered as one of the most powerful "drug" known to man on earth.

    Let alone human beings, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is being used to treat pet animals for many medical ailments and athlete horses to return to their racing tracks faster and more healthier to compete.

    The goodness of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is not a miracle or a mere placebo effect. But it is purely science that obeys the many proven Laws of Physics.

    Breathing pure oxygen under pressure inside a hyperbaric chamber is used to initiate healing responses in a natural way without side effects.

    In Wellness:

    * Anti Ageing effects of the skin
    * Improved performance
    * Increased strength
    * Enhanced endurance
    * Energy boost preventing exhaustion
    * Reducing inflammation, swelling, pain
    * Reducing fatigue and recovery time
    * Speeding up healing of muscles, ligaments and fractured bones
    * Reducing and preventing infection
    * Reducing scar tissue formation
    * Cleansing blood from toxins and toxic substances
    * Maintaining general health

    In sports:

    * Improves exercise capacity
    • reduces pain, swelling, tingling, cramps, numbness
    • shortens recovery time after extreme exercise, injury
    • revitalizes by improving blood flow and oxygen to all organs
    • reduces pain, swelling, tingling, cramps, numbness
    * Speeds up recovery and return to active training faster

    Hyperbaric oxygen therapy thought to be an expensive mode of achieving health beauty & wellness is no more for the elite and the rich alone but is an affordable therapy for the public at large.

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  • Jim Keating

    A alternative that is much cheaper is called EWOT. Google it for more information.

  • Nin77ca

    It has been 21 session that I have had so far for CRPS in left arm.No change yet with the ulnar nerve healing but I have blood spots and rash on my front and back.Uncomfortable to lean on back.How can I stop getting rash from the hyperbaric oxygen chamber?

  • judy

    My son has psoriasis. I would him to try hyperbarics. Psoriasis is an auto immune disease like ms

  • Hyperbarics

    Wow! That was good to know that Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps in cutting down the age and giving a fresh look o the skin. Wrinkles, aging etc. are some serious issues everyone has to face in his/her life. And getting a solution for this issue makes life easy.

  • Mark

    Dr. Paul.Hartch out of mettarie,la is a leading authority on hbot treatments and also Dr.Kyle candles of Wisconsin intergretive hyperbaric medicine is also top enough I suffered a tbi in 2009 hbot helped reverse my symptoms don't be a fool hbot does work far better than conventional medicine.

  • Eileen

    I know this conversation is about HBOT, but along with exercise there is benefit of taking added niacin for opening capilaries for increase oxygen to the skin. That's why you get that "flush" more blood circulates to the top of the skin.

  • Janie

    Does this treatment help MS?
    Also what's this deep breathing about?
    Would love to hear some answers please.

  • ine

    There is a difference between mild hyperbarics and high pressure hyperbarics. The mild version doesn' t have any potential side effects, the high pressure can do. The mild pressure is very good for neurological conditions and for good skin and it is more economical.

  • Veronica

    It's interesting that some people have commented by saying that HBOT causes dangerous side-effects. How can breathing oxygen under pressure cause side effects? HBOT heals wounds and I've seen people's skin become clear from acne after several sessions where other remedies such as antibiotics and steroids (which are hardly healthy) have failed.

  • angela

    Kristin, you may be interested in Oxycise, its a deep breathing method, the is Jill R Johnson. I heard about it from a friend years ago who said how much it had benefited her mother who was to ill to do regular exercise, she said after a few months of regular practice her health had greatly improved and her face looked less wrinkled, worth a try I thought, but I was only able to buy VHS format in Australia at the time which was useless to me, I think I might go on google and see if its still available in the states.

  • Sue Froeschner

    I was surprised and disappointed to see this article on the Body Ecology site which has always been about improving health. Except for very serious medical conditions, which make it worth the tradeoff, using HBOT for anti-aging is a ridiculous idea at best. It causes free radical damage and accelerates aging. Why is there a promotion of HBOT at this site? It just doesn't make sense.

  • Heather

    Nice to see a post with some much needed perspective. While HBOT is no doubt very beneficial for those people with serious medical conditions for which it is prescribed, to use this sort of hype as a solution to the reality of aging seems ludicrous. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle will do far more in the long run. Eat your veggies, get yourself out and go for a walk and keep fit and active. This seems like an expensive gimmick that has some very serious potential hazards and/or side effects when used for non medical reasons.

  • Suzanne

    I have worked in the clinical hyperbaric medicine world for about 18 years. I have seen the wonderful benefits of the this particular form of medicine.

    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a primary treatment option for decompression illness and carbon monoxide poisoning and an adjunct therapy for a number of other indications. My experience is that hyperbaric oxygen therapy is most beneficial to patients with with circulation issues, primarily diabetics. Due to their diabetes, they often develop wounds on their extremeties that will not heal even with good wound care. Depending on the wound, a patient may receive 30+ treatments. This is breathing 100% oxygen at 2.4 ATA or 45 feet of seawater for 90 minutes (with 2 10 min air breaks). In all of the patients that have been treated for this type of indication, not once have they left the treatment talking about how wonderful their skin is after the treatment. And working in this industry for this long I would think I might notice. Their diabetes is not cured and the patient can still develop additional wounds if they are not careful.

    There are a number of indications with good reasearch being treated in clinical facilities. You can find accepted indications at There are also a number of off-label uses of this medicine, anti-aging being one of them. Some of them are getting the needed research, others are experimental and if you are willing to pay, someone is willing to tell you it works.

    Trust me, if you have a chronic wound and your surgeon is telling you the only way to heal it is to amputate, then get to your nearest wound care and hyperbaric medicine center. If you are trying to look healthier, then get healthier by diet and excercise. I know that we would not have 1/2 the patients we do if they were healthy to start off.

    Good luck in your journey to healthiness.

  • Ine

    Wonderful to see hyperbaric covered, it is becoming more and more common for obvious reasons. There are portable mild hyperbaric chambers available which reduces the cost greatly.
    Ofcourse we do yoga and deep breathing, it does not compare with the amount of oxygen which reaches the cells when under pressure.

  • Val

    Sounds great but expensive. There are none available in or area. Are there any other alternatives to this?

  • Lynn

    Though HBOT offers cleaner, concentrated oxygen, how beneficial -- comparatively -- is daily exercise, yoga, and/or breath-work? Most people don't have constant (or any) access to a chamber, so I feel that it's interesting to know these benefits but not practical. Would be helpful to also include alternatives to achieving the benefits, even if the benefits aren't completely identical.

  • Kristin

    Do you suppose that, for those of us who are " financially challenged", deep breathing can have somewhat of the same effect?

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