Ready for a highly effective non-invasive way to treat and remove unwanted skin lesions?
 

Using a small sterile probe to quickly (3-5sec.) & effectively remove minor skin irregularities. The treatment being quick it uses heat to draw the blood towards the heat source to vaporizes the moisture found in the skin cells causing them to dry up and ultimately fall off until the lesion is cleared. Although this treatment may need to be repeated several times for optimal results and to clear an area of concern. Most appointments are booked in 15 min intervals to work within comfort levels.   Although a quick recovery time, most clients resume their normal activates with 24 hrs. some clients may experience some scabbing, slight redness which are temporary and will subside within a few days

Starting at $35+  depending on lesions the volume of lesions being treated & or size plus the location of the lesion are all factors considered when pricing service.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Pricing will not be quoted over the phone                                        
  • Please note this is non-invasive Med-Aesthetics procedure and takes time to heal. You will see a positive change in the appearance of treatment area within the week however; healing can take up to 3 weeks sometime 6+ weeks.
TREATS:
Skin Tags, fibroma, cholesterol deposits, cherry angioma, sebaceous keratosis, telangiectasia, broken capillaries, rosacea, milia, clogged pores.   
 
ALSO BACK MY POPULAR DEMAND: Cryogen Therapy

Cholesterol Deposits

Broken Capillaries 

Fibroma on Face

Hemangiomas

Clogged Pores

Hyperpigmentation

Raised-Angioma

Skin Tags

Seborrheic Keratosis

 

CYROGEN THERAPY

The CryoSkin uses breakthrough freezing technology (-79 deg) to rapidly and precisely treat a wide range of minor and superficial skin surface lesions & irregularities. With a liquid nitrogen (N20) to quickly deliver quick, effective treatment with unsurpassed precision.  

Treatment is very quick and relatively painless. With our micro applicator technology and pinpoint precision, accuracy to a millimeter can be achieved—a practical alternative to a more invasive treatment option (e.g. surgical). The size and degree of lesion, or type of lesion, that is hyperkeratinized will affect the clearance rate. The recurrence rate can occur from 6% – 34% that will require a follow-up due to why you have them to begin with.

Your optimum results can be seen in 3 – 6 weeks post-treatment

Treatment for:

  • Actinic Keratoses – uv damage that is rough, scaly patches
  • Seborrheic Keratoses – a common noncancerous (benign) skin growth
  • Milia – small white cyst on your skin, build up of dead cells like keratin protein,
  • Warts (HPV virus) – usually on the hands
  • Skin Tags (acrochordons) – friction rubbing against itself, armpit, eyelid, grain, neck, under breast
  • Fibroma – a cutaneous entity usually centered within the dermis; nodule formation similar to a tag
  • Solar Lentigo, age spots, hyperpigmentation – laying flat to the surface
  • Verrucae (feet, HPV virus/NOT A CORN) black dots, cauliflower, multiple clusters, stings if step on ball

Benefits:

Immediate resultsNo Anesthesia requiredHighly effective & noninvasive
Precision treatmentMinimal surface traumaRelatively painless
Rapid treatment time (3-5 seconds with accuracy)Sterile procedureUsed on benign lesions
Wide range of applicationsLarge and smaller areasI do NOT treat undiagnosed lesions
Not effective on MelasmaAvoid dark skins 

Potential Side Effects

A little uncomfortableBlisters or a scab can occur (lasting 5-10 days) 
Oedema, especially the following morning or 24 hrsPregnancy, due to the speed of healing 
Delayed bleeding (rarely but on occasion)Alopecia (do not pick) 

Keep the area clean with no picking or rubbing or clothing. A band-aid can be necessary.

*Pricing varies with cryotherapy treatments based on the condition, the number of lesions, areas, and the size of lesions, starting @ $40 to $150 +, depending.                   
NOTE: I can not quote over the phone without a medical history and seeing the treatment area