Cryojuvenate sevenoaks


Treatment for Warts, Skin Tags, Age Spots, Benign Moles, Verrucas, Cherry, Sun/Age & Liver Spots (solar lentigines)

The CryoPen® is an advanced cryotherapy innovation that offers many advantages over traditional spray can-type cryotherapy.

The device delivers an ultra-cold jet of high-pressured nitrous oxide (N2O) jet directly onto skin lesions, is much colder than traditional cryo sprays making for an extremely fast and effective treatment. 

It is often the little things in life that are of great importance.

With its quick and pain free treatment, you can remove unsightly warts, skin tags and age spots in a matter of seconds.  The cryotherapy process historically could be carried out by your local GP, but depending on where you live, it’s often no longer funded by the NHS and in many cases may only be available privately.


Get rid of those unsightly warts, verrucas, skin tags and benign lesions

Cryopen® will only treat your lesion and not the healthy surrounding tissue because of its special applicator tips than can be selected for different sized lesions.  This means that your treatment will involve minimal discomfort and few side effects.  It also means that lesions on the face and the area around the eyes can be safely treated too.


Delivery of Treatments

All services will be delivered by medically registered nurses here at Cryojuvenate, which means we are also able to treat more of the advanced conditions such as the below.  We would however request that prior diagnosis by a doctor is sought in advance of booking your appointment.

  • Angiogfibromo (fibrous papules)
  • Granuloma (inflamed nodules)
  • Dermatofibroma (benign fibrous skin growths)
  • Molluscum contagiosum (water warts)
  • Porokeratosis (dermatosis)
  • Seborrheic keratosis (brown warts)
  • Condyloma acuminate (genital warts)
  • Actinic keratosis (pre-cancerous skin lesions)


The Patient Experience

Generally, little or no discomfort is experienced during the first few seconds.

The Cryopen® 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

Benefits to the Patient

  • Versatile treatment options, treats lesions 1mm to 10mm in size
  • Fast treatments, treats a 2mm lesion in 10 seconds
  • Penetrates deeply into lesion (up to 5mm deep)
  • Safely treats lesions on face and close to eyes
  • Pinpoint accuracy, treats just the lesion and not healthy surrounding tissue
  • Minimal discomfort to patient

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