Destroy fat and lose inches, all in 30 - 40 minutes. During a CryoSlimming™ session the skin is warmed then rapidly cooled. Results are immediate but we recommend 3 - 6 sessions for the best results.
If you’re looking to remove cellulite or slow down the aging process this is the session for you. This 20-40 minute cold therapy session will help improve your microcirculation and speed up your metabolism, which results in higher collagen production. Great for facials and cellulite.
A Cryoskin facial uses cool temperatures to widen the blood vessels, increasing blood flow. This increase in oxygen supply boosts collagen production, reduces the appearance of wrinkles and pores and improves skin elasticity. A natural, non-invasive way to look younger and more radiant.
Commonly Asked Questions
Will it hurt?
The session is painless, with some clients describing it as rather pleasant. This is due to the massage technique and the session beginning with skin warming followed by a gradual decrease in temperature.
Are there side effects?
There are no side effects for the vast majority. A very small number of clients have reported pins and needles or muscle soreness after a session and subsides within 48 hours.
How many sessions will I need?
This will depend upon how many areas you would like to focus on and your ideal results.
How much does it cost?
The cost depends upon the size of the desired area to be worked on, the number of areas you want worked on, and your personal goals.
Is it worth the money?
Most of us spend up to $150 a month on a gym membership. We spend even more on workout classes and healthy food. In context, given CryoSkin’s results, we feel strongly that CryoSkin is a worthwhile investment in yourself.
What about aftercare?
CryoSkin eliminates fat cells. However, the fat can be gained back if you don’t maintain a balanced lifestyle. We recommend a maintenance session on every couple of months, depending on your body and lifestyle.
Is CryoSkin FDA approved?
As we are marketing CryoSkin as a beauty device, not a medical device, we do not require FDA approval at this time.