What is CryoPen?
The CryoPen uses liquefied N2O to deliver quick, effective Cryotherapy treatment to all benign skin imperfections including (but not limited to) skin tags, warts, freckles, age spots, milia, fibroma, seborrheic keratosis, solar lentigo, cherry angiomas and verrucas!
The Nitrous oxide (N2O) destroys tissue by freezing the inter-cellular fluid and forming ice shards and crystals that rupture the cell membrane, destroying the cell without harming any of the surrounding healthy tissue.
The CryoPen accurately delivers an ultra cold, high-pressure N2O jet directly to skin lesions, making treatment very fast and effective. It has a penetration rate of 1mm per 5 seconds, meaning that it can treat a 2mm lesion in just 10 seconds. It is able to quickly penetrate to a full 5mm deep. No treatment will last more than 30 seconds, maximising time, profit and client satisfaction!

With a choice of applicator tips with variable flow rates, the treatments are also very flexible as you are able to treat extremely small lesions of 1mm in diameter (no other instrument is currently able to do this). This is because it delivers N2O directly to the lesion, and not the healthy surrounding tissue!
The CryoPen can also safely treat lesions on the face and the area around the eyes with minimal discomfort and side effects.

Key benefits
• quick and non-invasive
• rapid freezing for effective treatment
• high pressure cryogen jet for deeper penetration
• excellent with adults and particularly with children
• targets problem areas
• pre-treatment and follow-up care unnecessary

CryoPen Q&As

How is CryoPen better than other methods of removing skin blemishes?

CryoPen mole and wart removal treatment requires no anesthesia and has less scarring compared with other techniques of skin lesion removal.

How does CryoPen work?
CryoPen uses extreme cold to treat the affected area. Treatment involves freezing the blemish. This is virtually pain-free. After the frozen area thaws a scab will develop and normal healing will occur. After primary healing occurs the area may be whiter than the surrounding tissue, usually this re-pigments over time.

How long does the CryoPen treatment take?
Freeze time varies depending on the type of lesion. A typical freeze time is between 5 seconds for small flat warts to 120 seconds for a full thickness lesion. For general purposes most lesions take about 30-60 seconds.

Treatment cost starts at £40 includes consultation and treatment of up to 5 lesions.
Packages are available and can be discussed with one of our therapist when you come for a free consultation.


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