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Cryoesthetic - skin imperfections - perfected!
Skin problems like blemishes and benign lesions that are No longer being treated by the NHS. With Cryotherapy you can now have these treatments at Skin Health Practice.
Skin tag,Milia,Cherry anigma Sebaceous Hyperplasia (,Warts,Verruca etc). No longer being treated by the NHS. With Cryotherapy you can now have these treatments in our skin health practice .
The Cryotherapy emits a pressurised, super fine jet of nitrous oxide from its tip, which allows our expert clinician to work with precision that is millimeter perfect. The tissue is destroyed by freezing the intracellular fluid, this forms ice crystals which break the cell membrane, thereby destroying the tissue we are wanting to remove. That means that healthy tissue remains untouched. It’s so incredibly accurate and practical. Cosmetic procedures such as skin tags, millia and cherry angiomas are no longer treatable as a standard NHS procedure. With the Cryotherapy you can now have these treatments affordably in our clinic.
Facia cryotherpy uses the effect of low temperatures on the skin to remove imperfections such as blemishes or warts. This type of treatment is usually harmless, and also achieves immediately visible result
Facial aesthetic cryotherpy is an increasingly used resource in clinics around the world due to its spectacular results. Facial cryotherapy for blemishes, warts, and other imperfections has proven to be very effective.
Benefits of Facial Cryotherapy
Cryotherpy in Dermatology is already one of the most used methods, in the case of facial treatments, its applications and advantages are many.
Facial cryotherapy for spots
One of the treatments in which it has demonstrated more effectiveness is in processes of elimination of facial stains. Based on the application of cold, the stains disappear in a few sessions and also do so permanently. Facial cryotherapy is the best treatment in cases of stain removal on the face.
Facial Cryotherapy for Warts
Warts can be easily treated by applying low temperatures painlessly. The wart is literally frozen and easily detached, also preventing its later appearance.
It emits a fine jet of Nitrous Oxide under high pressure, which allows the clinician to work with millimetre precision.