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Cryotherapy treatment is a quick, effective, and safe way to destroy undesirable skin flaws - the tool sprays liquid nitrous oxide (N2O) at minus-127 degrees Celsius under high pressure, giving the therapist millimeter accuracy. 


Thinking of getting this procedure done? What's stopping you?!  The results are permanent and don't leave any scarring, unlike other treatment methods.


What Cryotherapy can treat

It can treat all benign skin lesions

The therapy is designed to treat skin tags, solar lentigo, age spots, milia, warts, cherry angioma, viral verrucae.

Here below are some examples of these


Common questions

Can anyone have the treatment?

Yes, However, skin types and location should be considered carefully prior treatment

Is there a change for pigmentation after treatment?

Both hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation  may occur after cryotherapy, generally lasting a few months but can be longer lasting. Please ask your practitioner about this before treatment

What are the risks in darker skinned patients? 

Melanocytes are the most sensitive to cold injury. Therefore, they are the most easily damaged with cryotherapy. Dark-skinned patients need to consider the risk of permanent loss of pigment

Can children have cryotherapy treatment?

Yes, however, parental consent is required

How long will the lesion take to heal?

Occasionally, a blister might form and persist for up to 5 days. After, it scabs over the lesions, healing depends on how deep the wound is. Typically, healing will occur from 2-6 weeks, depending on the length of freeze and location

How many treatments are needed?

Most lesions will respond to a single treatment. However, some deeper lesions are harder to remove than others

How long will the results last?

For most lesions, cryotherapy is a permanent removal. Some lesions are harder to remove than others

Will activities be limited after treatment?

There are no limitations on activity except to protect the area from damage or abrasion. Swimming and showering are not a problem

What do patients experience during the treatments?

Generally, little or no discomfort is experienced during the first few seconds when you manage to avoid treatment of healthy tissue

Is the treatment painful?

 You’ll feel some slight discomfort while the CryoPen is being applied. The discomfort usually feels like the pressure of a pen being pressed against your skin. However, unless you have a problem such as a skin allergy, it will only last a few seconds

Will there be scarring?

Typically. it leaves the last amount of scarring of any form of lesion removal because it causes the least damage to the connective tissues. Hypopigmented lesion will be noted until this darkens with the new tanning

What if a follow-up is necessary?

Follow-ups should be scheduled in 2-week intervals to observe results, and for further sessions if required

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