What is CryoPen?
CryoPen is a cutting-edge cryotherapy tool that is used to remove small or superficial skin imperfections. It looks like a fine-point pen that utilizes compression cooling technology for consistent cryosurgery results in the safest manner possible. It can quickly address common skin conditions without the need to use anaesthesia.
Cryotherapy uses a consistent freeze temperature that is produced by liquid nitrous oxide, which is delivered only to the specific area to be treated. The pinpoint accuracy keeps the cryotherapy focused only on the affected skin area so that healthy skin tissue surrounding it will not be affected.
What happens during a CryoPen treatment?
The CryoPen applicator is held to the skin imperfection that needs to be removed. Nitrous oxide is then delivered at a constant and extremely cold temperature under high pressure, with the fine pinpoint spray freezing the lesions so they can be removed easily. The application can take anywhere between 1 to 30 seconds depending on the size of the affected area.
The frozen area turns to white before turning red, after which a weal develops. The crust that forms on the treated location is expected to fall off in approximately 10 to 14 days, revealing healed skin underneath that may return to its normal colour after several weeks.
What skin concerns can be addressed with a CryoPen treatment?
- Skin tags
- Age spots
- Cherry angioma
Why Choose CryoPen?
The CryoPen does its work to remove skin imperfections or lesions with almost no pain involved. This makes it an ideal solution for adults and children alike as it does not include invasive steps or complicated procedures.
Depending on the size of the skin imperfection that needs to be removed, the CryoPen will be held against the affected skin area for 1 to 30 seconds. This means that the treatment can be finished in a matter of minutes if you only have a small area of unhealthy skin that needs to be treated, or if there are just a few lesions to be removed.
The treatment is done without the need for anaesthesia, making it a suitable option for those who are wary of injections.
The CryoPen uses linear compression cooling technology and pinpoint accuracy without the need for potentially hazardous liquids or gases.
|CryoPen Treatment||From £50|