Removal: Skin Tags Warts & Moles (Cryotherapy)
Cryotherapy is a medical treatment that involves exposing the body or specific body parts to extremely cold temperatures for therapeutic purposes. A cryopen is a medical device that uses cryotherapy to treat skin lesions ;
- Skin tags
- Age Spots
- Sun Spots
- Liver Spots
- Easy to use
How does it works?
The advanced cryotherapy innovation delivers an ultra-cold jet of high-pressure N₂O directly onto skin lesions.
Uses disposable N₂O cartridges to deliver quick, effective treatments
The N₂O destroys the skins tissue by freezing the intercellular fluid
Does not destroy healthy tissue as targets the area to be treated only
Penetration depth of 1mm per 5 seconds
How long does it last?
The procedure itself lasts a matter of seconds; the precise time depends on the thickness and size of the lesion. The frozen skin becomes white and takes one to two minutes to thaw back to normal skin temperature.
Are there any side effects?
Pain: Cryotherapy is usually well-tolerated, but it can sometimes be painful if a deep freeze has been necessary.
Blistering: This usually settles after a few days as a scab forms.
Swelling and redness: This usually settles after 2-3 days.
Post procedure advice.
Gently cleanse the treated area daily with mild soap and water.
Protect the area from sun exposure while it is healing to help prevent scar formation.
Keep the treated areas dry for 24 hours.
Apply petroleum jelly (such as Vaseline®) daily to help the area heal and prevent crusting.
Avoid taking long baths, washing the dishes (if treated areas are on the hands), and swimming for at least a day after treatment.