What is CryPen Cryotherapy Treatment?
Cryotherapy is the controlled removal of unwanted and annoying benign tissue by the exact application of extreme cold. It freezes to accomplish tissue necrosis, and it controls the freeze to avoid collateral damage to other healthy tissues. This type of treatment provides the elimination of hyper-pigmentation, cheery angiomas, milia, veruccas, warts, and skin tags. These all are the various types of skin lesions that could be seen on the body or face.
What is Cryotherapy?
The Cryopen treatment for skin imperfection removal is very low risk! We always on the day of your treatment, conduct a full consulation. Going over any questions you might have and having a look at your skin imperfection to see how many treatments will be needed to remove! In some cases you will need mutple treatmets to fully remove a skin imperfection, But at lipofreeze2u we offer disounted rates for mutiple treatments.
To conduct the treatment, we utilize a device referred to as Cryopen to produce a fine jet of Nitrous Oxide at a very low temperature and high pressure. This will offer a quick freeze on your skin tissues. That freezes your cells, and the water in the cell will cause tissue necrosis.
The treatment is safe and very cost effective for people who are looking to remove any skin imperfections! Please feel free to contact us today to ask anymore questions on the Cryopen!
We could now provide the efficient removal of the following skin conditions:
- Cherry angiomas
- Skin tags
- Age Spots
- Sun damage
- Benign moles
This procedure is precise, so the prices can vary, and the results take four to six weeks. You can call us today to book your consultation when a price could be given.
This is also referred to as blood spots and Campbell de Morgan. These are broken blood vessels located inside the Cherry Anginoma, which offer the reddish look.
Also known as hyperpigmentation, or dark spot, these are abnormal coloring of skin. This normally leads from cells, which have become unhealthy or damaged. This impacts the production of melanin on your skin.
Also referred to as plantar warts. They are flatter as they are more likely to be seen on the feet where the dermis is much thicker. In case you didn’t know yet, these are an infection in the top layer of your skin. It is caused by viruses in the human papillomavirus or HPV family.
Once the virus attacks this outer layer of the skin, normally with a scratch, it will cause fast growth of cells on the outer layer of the skin, developing the wart.
Also known as a seborrheic wart, this is an infection commonly located at the top layer of your skin. These are small, hard, and rough growths, which are similar in color to the rest of your skin. One or many warts could show, but you don’t need to worry because they are not cancerous. Warts are caused by the infection along with a type of human papillomavirus or HPV.
This is commonly known as whiteheads. This is small, pearly-white or sometimes yellowish bumps on your skin. It’s a kind of skin cyst loaded with a protein referred to as keratin.
This is a small tissue, which dangles off the skin by a joining stalk.
To safeguard itself from the ruining effects of the sun, your skin boosts its production of the dark brown pigment known as melanin. The added melanin makes the skin look darker. In rare cases, the sun causes a rough increase in melanin production that generates irregular coloring of the skin.
Moles are noncancerous growths of the skin that is caused by the proliferation of melanocytes. These generate the dark protective pigment in your skin, referred to as melanin.