Cryofreeze Facial Therapy

As a result one can expect collagen production to be greatly enhanced. The Cryo freeze facial treatment is for all skin types and helps to diminish signs of aging, pigmentation and inhibits acne.

The term 'cryotherapy' comes from the Greek cryo meaning cold, and therapy meaning cure. Furthermore Cryotherapy has been used as early as the seventeenth century for therapy and rehabilitation.

What does a cryotherapy facial do?

Different from the cryotherapy chambers that can be used for pain relief, the facial targets helping the face look younger. The treatment helps the skin to feel tighter, and the pressurized liquid nitrogen helps stimulate collagen production while also filling in fine lines and wrinkles and decreasing pores.

Does cryotherapy tighten skin?

It promises to tighten the skin, fill in fine lines, and reduce wrinkles. 'During the procedure, liquid nitrogen is sprayed on the face skin to cool the skin surface and temperature, which causes immediate vasoconstriction (or tightening) of the vessels,' says Tsippora Shainhouse, a dermatologist in Beverly Hills.

Is cryotherapy good for your face?

This treatment has been used for more than 100 years to treat skin disease. Unlike WBC, cryotherapy treats a specific spot on your skin. It uses extremely low temperatures to freeze and kill the diseased area on your skin.

Cryofreeze Facial Therapy

This process works by stimulating the microcirculation of the blood flow, creating better oxygenation of skin cells. It also helps enhance the penetration of very active & highly potent vitamin based serums containing a multitude of vitamins, minerals and amino acids to rejuvenate the skin and protects it against free radicals. As a result one can expect collagen production to be greatly enhanced.