OxyCure therapy involves the intake of pure oxygen under controlled, hyperbaric conditions. The red blood cells' oxygen particles diffuse into the plasma as the pressure increases, and the oxygen is pure. Follicular units need oxygen in the plasma to survive. Plasma contains very little oxygen, so the survival rate of follicular units is 70%. The oxygen level in plasma can be increased up to 9 times with this form of therapy. Cell activity is maintained by the increase in oxygen, which increases the transplants' survival rate to about 98%.