New to Figura Skin Clinic for 2021 is CryoTherapy. CryoTherapy at Figura uses advanced technology to safely, quickly, comfortably, and effectively remove unwanted skin lesions as well as erase skin defects.
What is CryoTherapy, and how does it work?
Sometimes known as ‘cold therapy’, CryoTherapy is a technique that exposes areas of the body to very low temperatures for a period of time. At Figura, the innovative model emits a fine, precise jet of nitrous oxide at -89℃.
Your practitioner at Figura will work in circular and criss-cross movements to allow for millimeter precision that freezes the affected tissue. The intracellular fluid of the affected area will be frozen, and the cell membrane ruptured and subsequently destroyed.
The result is not just the removal of unwanted skin lesions or benign skin defects, but a renewal in your confidence.
What can CryoTherapy treat?
The advanced CryoTherapy treatment at Figura Skin Clinic offers a quick, safe, and effective treatment for the removal of unwanted skin lesions and benign skin defects safely, precisely, and comfortably.
This breakthrough treatment can be used to target age spots, skin tags, blood spots, verrucas, moles, and warts.
To find out what CryoTherapy can do for you, we recommend getting in touch with the clinic on 015242 72345.
What technology does Figura Skin Clinic use?
Figura Skin Clinic uses the Freezpen to carry out CryoTherapy. The Freezpen allows for a precision treatment that’s quick, safe, and effective.
Is CryoTherapy safe?
CryoTherapy is a low risk procedure, and can be carried out in as little time as a lunch break. The cold gas is delivered precisely to the affected area, meaning that the surrounding tissue is not damaged. Figura uses the Freezpen for CryoTherapy treatment, which is both CE and FDA registered.
Will CryoTherapy hurt?
The CryoTherapy treatment carried out by the Freezpen may cause some sensation as the nitrous oxide gas reaches the bottom of your lesion (e.g. mole, skin tag, or verruca), but is likely to be minimal and sometimes even pain free.
How long does CryoTherapy take?
Your CryoTherapy treatment will be unique to you and your lesion. This means that it depends on the type of skin lesion being treated, as well as the breadth and depth of the affected area. Some treatment is completed in as little as two minutes, which means that you can have your treatment during your lunch break.
Are there any side effects to CryoTherapy?
There are no serious side effects to CryoTherapy. CryoTherapy treats the affected area by freezing it, which kills the localized cells and subsequently causes them to shrivel and die. Subsequently, the treated area may appear darker over a few weeks but will soon return to normal, usually in around six weeks.
Ready to start your transformational experience with CryoTherapy at Figura?
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Figura welcomes enquiries and telephone consultations. Please contact the Clinic on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 015242 72345.
Please note: We are all individuals and as such, the number of treatments and the results from treatments will vary from person to person. Similarly, due to the varying response of the individual, the down-time, recovery and the longer term results achieved following the treatment will differ from person to person. The information we provide you with is based on the extensive experience we have gained from treating a wide range of clients of differing age and gender.