CryoPen™ skin imperfection treatments
VIVO Clinic uses advanced CryoPen technology to provide cryotherapy solutions for skin imperfections such as warts, pigmentation, and skin tags.
Our Cryotherapy procedures are safe and generally take less than 10 minutes.
CryoPen produces highly pressurised nitrous oxide in an accurate jet that our skilled practitioner uses to precisely target the wart, blemish, or other skin perfection. The super-fine jet is accurate to within 1mm of the target area.
The fluid freezes within the cells of treated area, destroying the tissues as the membranes are ruptured. CryoPen is a precision tool, so the treatment will only affect the targeted area, leaving the healthy tissue intact.
CryoPen Before and After Photos
Cutbacks within the NHS have resulted in many doctors no longer offering the treatment and removal of cosmetic skin imperfections.
With CryoPen, we’re able to offer a service that is fast, affordable, and safe. See videos of CryoPen in action.
Please Note: Clients may need more than one treatment. The number of treatments required can vary depending on the skin condition being treated its response to the procedure.
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Cryotherapy can treat a range different skin imperfections, including:
- Skin tags
- Cherry angioma
- Viral verrucae
- Solar lentigo
- Age spots
Before the Treatment
Prior to the treatment, we will conduct a consultation over the phone. During the call, we will assess your requirements and answer any questions that you have about Cryotherapy.
In some cases, we may require you to come into the clinic or send in photographs so that we can assess whether Cryotherapy is suitable.
Once we have established this information, we can accurately advise you of the price and book you in for your treatment.
The treatment is conducted in three short stages:
The practitioner will apply the CryoPen to the treatment area, freezing it for up to 30 seconds. The duration of the first cycle will depend upon the depth and the size of the imperfection.
We allow the area to defrost for approximately 30 seconds between the first and second freeze.
The process is repeated a second time. During this cycle, the cells will freeze more quickly.
With preparation, the whole process will take less than 10 minutes, after which you can resume your day as normal.
For more information, please call us on 0333 305 8486 or book a free telephone consultation.