What is Cryo-Facial and Its Benefits
For most of us, the idea of better health through the freezing of the skin sounds far-fetched. But, only recently has the skincare community mainstreamed the idea of freezing the skin to bring about a better and healthier skin. Gildshire was curious about the chatter we hear on the streets about Cryo-Facial, so we decided to investigate.
What is Cryo-Facial?
The Cryo-Facial is actually a cryogenic treatment, during which a beam of vaporized liquid nitrogen freezes the skin on the affected area of the skin on the face, chest, or scalp. The cold nitrogen induces an instant tightness, filling in fine wrinkles and lines.
What Are the Benefits of a Cryo-Facial?
The first thing to know is that your Cryo-Facial is a quick procedure, with no downtime. You will be walking straight out from the treatment office, continuing your normal activities. Nearly immediately, the collagen that is newly activated by the treatment to your skin produces more cells, causing the skin to become more elastic over time. After the Cryo-Facial, your pores are smaller, so toxins, dirt, and grime are kept out. The treatment immediately flushes out built-up toxins in your skin, eliminating inflammation and the dreadful puffiness that makes us want to comb our hair without looking in the mirror.
It is not unusual for a single Cryo-Facial treatment to take five years off of your looks the day of treatment, and ten years off a week later. The true believers claim all of this and more in testimonials across the web.
How Long Does Cryoskin Facial Last?
Most people see results on the treated skin immediately. They will be similar to that glowing look skin can build after a quick walk in the cold. These initial results should last for 3-5 weeks. To maintain these effects, one may need to return to the aesthetician for another treatment in about a month. But, and this is an important thing to know, the more often you go, the more permanent the results will be. The Cryo-facial cumulative effect will change, for the better, your skin texture and overall firmness over time.
This may make you pretty curious about treatment. You are half ready to pick up the phone and call or make an appointment online. But there is still one more question that needs asking. It is a vital question that Gildshire has, as well.
Is Cryotherapy Good For Your Face?
The short answer is “yes,” but before booking your appointment, have a chat with your dermatologist. She/he will be frank with you about the results that you should expect. Your skin professional will likely give you the go-ahead to have the treatment done.
The Cryo-Facial treatment flushes out atmospheric toxins and other stored deposits that life has stored in the skin’s layers. After several treatments, you will notice improved blood perfusion. It may be interesting to know that the anti-inflammatory properties of cryo successfully treat chronic skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema. With repeated treatments, cryo-therapy will assist in reducing the affected areas, thereby relieving skin discomfort.