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Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots – CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

Introducing the CryoPen® – Flawless skin in a matter of seconds!

Here at Cryojuvenate we are constantly working to develop, improve and deliver unique services to our clients so can you imaging how extremely excited we are to be launching a new product the CryoPen®  a quick and pain free treatment to remove unsightly warts, skin tags, age spots and benign lesions.

I’m guessing that many of you will have been to your local GP to request removal of one of these types of skin issues and swiftly been told that it is no longer a service offered by the NHS and you must go privately.  We have had many people contact us for this service so I now have the pleasure to launch it at our Cryojuvenate Clinic in Seveoaks.

The CryoPen® treatment will be delivered to our clients by our in-house registered nurse, during our Thursday and Saturday REVIV clinics.  If you would like to book in for your free consultation please either call us on 01732 449411 or  click here to Book OnLine.

What is the CryoPen® ?

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!The CryoPen® is the most innovative, technologically advanced products in cryosurgery. Cryotherapy device delivers an ultra-cold jet of high-pressured N²O directly onto skin lesions. General cryotherapy has been successfully used to eliminate warts for several years (Bruggink et al., 2010). Now with the introduction of the CryoPen® other skin lesions can be treated including skin tags, age spots, actinic keratosis and verruca’s, Milia, cherry angiomas and other benign skin imperfections. The CryoPen® is FDA and CE registered. This treatment is not available to get at your GP surgery and very few places are offering this advanced treatment.

How does it work?

The applicator is held close to the skin lesion and moved quickly towards and away from it for a period for 1-30 seconds. The time spent will depend on the size and the depth of the skin complaint. Once the first freeze cycle is complete the tissue is left to thaw for roughly 30 seconds, at which point the second freeze cycle can commence. This freezing process destroys the benign skin lesions. The liquefied nitrous oxide destroys the tissue by freezing the inter-cellular fluid which forms ice shards and crystals. These then rupture the cell membrane, destroying the cell.

The CryoPen® is superior than traditional spray-can type cryotherapy for skin lesions as it delivers a nitrous oxide jet that is far colder and at a higher pressure than that in traditional cryo spray cans. This leads to an extremely fast and effective treatment.

This treatment can eradicate 2mm skin lesions in just 10 seconds and is able to penetrate up to 5mm deep. Most small skin lesions respond to one single treatment. However occasionally deeper or larger skin imperfections can require more than one treatment. Similarly, warts and verrucae may require a couple more aggressive treatments.

Because the CryoPen® has a fine pinpoint the therapist can work with millimetre precision, meaning that surrounding tissue does not get affected. Different applicator tips can be used depending on the size of the lesion being treated. This enables lesions on the face and around the eyes to be treated too with minimal discomfort (CryoPen®  Cryotherapy., 2019).

There are very few contraindications to cryosurgery. It should be avoided in people with cold intolerance. Other high-risk groups are those who have problems with vascular insufficiency. Before opting for treatment, it is recommended that all skin lesions are first checked by a medical practitioner to ensure that they are benign before beginning treatment (Andrews et al., 2004).

Treatment for:

 

Warts are a small, hard, benign growth on the skin, caused by a virus.

Age \ Sun spots are the result of an excess production of melanin, or skin pigment. Doctors don’t always know why age spots develop. Skin aging, sun exposure, or other forms of ultraviolet (UV) light exposure, such as tanning beds, are all possible causes

 

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

Cherry angiomas (red moles), are common skin harmless bump \ growth that can develop almost anywhere on the body and ca vary in size and colour.  Also known as senile angiomas or Campbell de Morgan spots- small growths of blood vessels inside give them the reddish appearance. They’re usually found on people aged 30 and older.

 

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

Skin Tags are painless, noncancerous growths on the skin which are connected by a small, thin stalk called a peduncle. They can appear anywhere on your body, though they’re commonly found in places where your skin folds such armpits and groin. 

 

 

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

Seborrheic Keratorsis, one of the most common non cancerous skin growths in older adults. Will usually appears as a brown, black or light tan growth on the face, chest, shoulders or back. The growth has a waxy, scaly, slightly elevated appearance warts

 

 

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

Plantar Wart (Verruca), A contagious small (and usually painful) wart\ growth that usually appears on the sole of the foot or other  weight-bearing areas of your feet. This pressure may also cause plantar warts to grow inward beneath a hard, thick layer of skin (callus).

 

What are the benefits of the CryoPen® treatment?

  • A quick and effective treatment
  • Minimal discomfort
  • No anaesthetic needed
  • Sterile procedure- no bleeding, no incisions
  • For most lesions- 1 treatment may be enough to eliminate lesions
  • Most lesions are permanently removed

FAQ’s

How safe is the procedure?  The CryoPen® procedure is a relatively low risk treatment, as it delivers the N²O directly to the lesion on the skin, and not to the healthy surrounding tissues. It is FDA and CE registered.

How long with the results last? For most lesiosns cryotherapy is a permanent removal.  Some lesions are harder to remove than others.  Some deep lesions may take several aggressive reatments .

Is the treatment painful? The sensation you will feel will be similar to someone pushing a ball point pen on your skin. This will be felt when the N²O reaches the bottom of the skin lesion. After treatment there may be a small period where you have some residual stinging. Very rarely a small blister may occur for a few hours after.

Will there be scaring after CryoPen® treatments? This does normally not ocurr.  Darkening or lighteing of the skin may occur temporarily.

Do I need a follow up session? A follow up is recommended for 2-4 weeks after the treatment to ensure it has cleared up the skin lesion. If not, a further treatment may be advised.

What if I have darker skin? For those with darker skin repeated short freezing cycles of 3-6 seconds every 2 weeks are recommended.

What type of skin conditions can be treated using the CryoPen® ? Skin, skin tags, age spots, warts, actinic keratosis, verruca’s, milia, cherry angiomas and other benign skin imperfections.

CryoPen® Launch Offer

Cryotherapy to get rid of Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots - CRYOPEN Launching in Sevenoaks!

To celebrate the launch we have a fabulous offer for you.  We will be offering a 50% discount for treatments booked and taken before the end of August 2019 so book in for your free consultation today.

Please call us to make your booking, click here or pricing.

Click  here to Book On-Line 

or give us a call on 01732 449411 if you would like to find out more

USE DISCOUNT CODE:  CRYOPEN50

valid until the end of August 2019

 

REFERENCES

Submitted to Cryojuvenate by Jennifer Haymer Andrews, M.D. (2004). Cryosurgery for common skin conditions. American family physician, 69(10). Bruggink, S.C., Gussekloo, J., Berger, M.Y., Zaaijer, K., Assendelft, W.J., de Waal, M.W., Bavinck, J.N.B., Koes, B.W. and Eekhof, J.A. (2010). Cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen versus topical salicylic acid application for cutaneous warts in primary care: randomized controlled trial. Cmaj, 182(15), pp.1624-1630. CroPen Cryotherapy (2019). Natura Studios.  http://www.naturastudios.co.uk/cryopen_cryotherapy_device.php?gclid=CjwKCAjwx_boBRA9EiwA4kIELvL7Wgk56G1a0i1GNePt8zIRY_pYeFjmO6PF6bvLB5n54moYnId0sBoCJxAQAvD_BwE

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