From removing skin tags to treating verrucaes, our Cryotherapy Pen is a revolutionary procedure that harnesses extremely cold temperatures to precisely and safely tackle a range of cosmetic issues on the face and body.
Our practitioners are fully trained to use the CryoPen, the state-of-the-art precision cryotherapy instrument that painlessly removes benign skin lesions such as skin tags, warts and verrucae. The pen produces a fine freezing jet which we can accurately target a skin lesion, minimizing damage to surrounding tissues and ensuring treatment is as comfortable as possible. Due to the fact that it is not a painful procedure it can be used safely on children.
Using a state-of-the-art CryoPen, we can painlessly remove a range of benign skin lesions.
No, the procedure is cold but comfortable.
Many treatments take only a matter of minutes, however depending on your particular requirements some can take up to an hour.
We generally recommend two-three treatments over a week for the best results.
The Cryopen produces a fine freezing jet with which we can accurately target a skin lesion, thus minimizing damage to surrounding tissues. It is particularly helpful when treating childhood verrucae due to its relative comfort.
A session of cryotherapy usually takes 5-15 minutes depending on the size of the lesion and the number of treatments required will have been discussed at the initial consultation.
After treatment, a sore blister will form, followed by a scab, which will fall off 7-10 days later.
The number of treatments to achieve the desired result will depend on the nature of the skin lesion. All of which will be discussed at the initial consultation.
Having had a full assessment by one of our Senior Practitioners, the appropriate course of treatment will be discussed in full with you and you will have the opportunity to ask any questions and address any areas of concern.
The Cryopen will then be applied to the treatable area for a few seconds to freeze and destroy the affected skin cells.
For more information visit the CryoPen website.