Recently at Beauty Research Institute, we’ve been researching a fairly new procedure now available for wrinkles and signs of aging called Cryotherapy.
Cryotherapy performed on the face through a non-invasive procedure called a CryoLift Facial, uses a probe which chills the skin’s surface using nitrogen gas, boasting that it “freezes” fatigued skin into rejuvenation by restoring firmness, tone and radiance, along with decreasing pigmentation.
How It Works:
When the skin is rapidly cooled, it causes a constriction of the circulation vessels, working to stimulate the microcirculation, promoting better oxygenation of dermal cells. This enhances the penetration and distribution of minerals and amino acids which energizes the skin and enhances collagen production leaving the skin looking more youthful, smoothing and diminishing fine lines and wrinkles.
However, cryotherapy isn’t just for the face. There are Cryotherapy Chambers for the whole body, which use liquid nitrogen and during a period of a 3-minute session, the skin reacts to the cold and sends messages to the brain that acts as a stimulant to the regulatory functions of the body, triggering the release of anti-inflammatory molecules, which aids in healing the body.
Cryotherapy is used for a wide range of improvements and enhancements such as boosting metabolism, improving skin conditions, collagen production, reducing visible signs of aging, pain relief from joint disorders, decreased muscle soreness, inflammation, swelling and pain. The prices range anywhere from $65 up to $395, depending on the treatment needed.
As with any cosmetic or medical procedure, we recommend consulting with your doctor or other certified professional before making your decision.
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