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Face Treatments

Cryopen

Cryopen is a medical device utilised for cryotherapy, a technique involving the application of intensely cold temperatures to address diverse skin conditions. This handheld device employs a regulated flow of nitrous oxide (N2O) to effectively freeze and eliminate specific areas of skin tissue. With its precise and controlled approach, Cryopen offers a safe and efficient treatment option for various skin concerns.



Frequently Asked Questions

Is Cryopen a painful procedure?

Cryopen treatment is typically well-tolerated and comfortable, with minimal discomfort experienced by most individuals. During the procedure, you may feel a slight sensation of cold or tingling as the nitrous oxide is applied, but any discomfort is generally manageable. The treatment is designed to be quick and precise, minimising disruption to surrounding tissues. However, pain tolerance can vary, so it's always advisable to communicate any concerns or preferences with our knowledgeable experts to ensure your comfort throughout the procedure.


How many Cryopen sessions are usually needed to see results?

The number of Cryopen sessions required to see results can vary depending on the specific skin condition being treated and individual factors. In some cases, a single session may be sufficient to achieve the desired outcome. However, for more complex or stubborn conditions, multiple sessions may be needed. During a consultation, a healthcare professional or aesthetician will assess your skin condition and recommend the appropriate treatment plan, including the estimated number of sessions required. 


Can Cryopen be used for mole removal?

Yes, Cryopen can be used for mole removal. It is an effective treatment option for removing unwanted moles, including both raised and flat moles. Cryopen works by freezing the mole with a controlled flow of nitrous oxide (N2O), causing the mole cells to be destroyed. The frozen mole will gradually slough off, allowing new skin to regenerate in its place. However, it's important to have moles evaluated by a healthcare professional before removal to ensure they are not suspicious or cancerous.


Is there any downtime after a Cryopen treatment?

After a Cryopen treatment, there is typically minimal downtime. You may experience some redness, swelling, or mild discomfort at the treated area, but these side effects usually subside within a few hours to a few days. You can typically resume your regular activities immediately after the treatment.

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