Cryotherapy at Skinpase Clinic

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a treatment in which the body is subjected to extremely low temperatures, typically through the use of cool air or liquid nitrogen which is  effective in removing benign and cancerous skin lesions. This method treats lesions at the cellular level by freezing target tissues under controlled conditions.


Cryotherapy, often known as cold therapy, is used to treat a variety of benign and malignant skin lesions. A lot of people utilise cryotherapy to treat edema, sprains, and muscle pain. Liquid nitrogen is the key component used in this process. The treatment region is blasted with liquid nitrogen from a hand-held instrument until solid ice crystals form.

How is it done?


First FREEZE:- Based on the scale and depth, this could take anywhere from 1 to 30 seconds.

THAW:- The tissue is left to thaw for around 30 seconds after the initial freezing cycle.

Second FREEZE:- The next freeze cycle would then commence. The tissue will freeze more swiftly than it did during the initial freezing cycle.

Is the Procedure painful?

Although people with low pain tolerance might feel a slight stinging pain or discomfort during this operation, cryotherapy is completely painless. With each session, the level of discomfort adjusts. Without topical anaesthesia, even kids can manage the mild discomfort. Patients with a lower pain threshold can choose topical anaesthetic.

Duration of treatment:

Cryotherapy treatment in our skin clinic takes less time since this can also be performed without local anaesthetic. Based on the scale, number, and patient sensitivity of the lesion, each procedure may last anywhere from 5 seconds to 20 minutes. Depending on the nature of the lesion being treated, multiple sessions might be required.

Used in treatment of:

Frequently Asked Questions

Cryotherapy is thought to have numerous benefits, such as reducing irritation, alleviating pain, enhancing circulation, increasing metabolism, boosting the immunity process etc

Conditions like arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, acne scars, keloids, insomnia, and sports injuries can be treated using cryotherapy.

Cryotherapy is typically administered using a specialized cryotherapy chamber or booth, where the affected person stands or sits inside, while being uncovered to the cold temperatures. The affected person may additionally wear minimal clothing or special garments to protect sensitive regions.

When administered properly by qualified professionals, cryotherapy is usually considered secure. However, there are some dangers associated with the procedure which includes skin burns, frostbite, and inhalation of gasoline so it is essential to follow all protective measures.

A traditional cryotherapy session lasts 2-3 mins, although the exact duration of time may range relying on the man or woman’s tolerance and the unique remedy being administered.

The frequency of cryotherapy treatments can range relying on the individual’s conditions and the situation being treated. Some people get advantage from daily treatments, even as others have to acquire treatment a few times every week.

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