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Cryo Stimulation Facial

The Cryo Stimulation Facial is a non-surgical treatment to firm and tighten the skin for a glowing complexion

Our Cryo Stimulation Facial uses pressurised liquid nitrogen vapours on the face to stimulate the production of collagen and decrease pore size. You will notice that the skin becomes tighter, more even-toned, and blood circulation is improved. Over time, skin becomes more elastic due to the increase in collagen. Treatments are followed by the application of our exclusive medicated firming lotion.

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The top benefits of Cryotherapy treatments are:

  • Improves oxygen and nutrient supply to the skin’s surface
  • Accomplishes skin radiance
  • Delivers a defined look
  • Long-lasting results
  • Training and rehabilitation recovery

Additional benefits of Cryo Stimulation Facial are:

  • Reduces pore size
  • Decrease wrinkles and lines
  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Improves blood flow
  • Brightens dark spots

In addition to these treatments we offer a full range of traditional beauty therapy. Our qualified beauty therapists are all experienced in treating different skin types and conditions, and are happy to offer you advice on your personal requirements.

Cost of Cryotherapy

Cryo Stimulation Facial treatments start from £85. Discounts available for multiple sessions booked.

FAQs

Is the treatment comfortable?

Our full body Cryotherapy treatments are limited to three minutes, however our Stimulation Facial is more like the length of a traditional facial – 30 to 60 minutes.  The treatment is pleasant and relaxing, and are performed by trained therapists to ensure maximum comfort.

How long does a Cryotherapy session last?

Our NormaTec and facial treatments can last up to 60 minutes depending on your requirements.

Are there any reasons why I shouldn’t do a Cryotherapy session?

Anyone who has unmanaged hypertension or a pacemaker, has a history of or is being treated for cancer, has deep vein thrombosis, has a cold allergy, or is pregnant should not use cryotherapy. If you have questions about whether you have any risk, you should first ask your healthcare provider before using a Cryo Sauna.

Is Cryotherapy dangerous?

Cryotherapy treatments are not dangerous; the liquid nitrogen that is used as a chilling agent does not come into contact with your skin. A trained operator is always present during the treatment so to control the temperature levels and monitor your comfort.

How does Cryo Glow Facial work?

Cryo Glow Facials use similar technology to WBC. Applications of cold temperatures to the surface of the face are however a lot more relaxing. Cryo Glow Facials help to close the pores on our face and in the process can tighten the skin. During a treatment the surface temperature of your skin will drop to around 7-8 degrees celsius, a process that in some cases increases the production of healthy collagen. The application of the Cryo Glow Facial takes around 10 minutes.

How soon after my treatment can I expect results?

Results can vary dependent on the individual, and Cryotherapy does not guarantee that any of our clients will see specific results. However, we can tell you that you’ll likely feel great right away because after completing the treatment clients usually experience a release of endorphins, the body’s natural mood elevator, a lift that can last for several hours. You will also normally an immediate improvement in your skin.

Is one Cryo treatment enough?

Whilst every Cryo session can be beneficial, we recommend our clients consider a course of treatments for maximum and longer lasting results.

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Always a warm and friendly welcome! A relaxing atmosphere in a lovely clinic where my treatments are always carried out to a high standard. Mozhgan is truly the professional and I can’t recommend her enough.

– Natasha Beardmore

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