The Cryofacial is a cryogenic treatment developed by American Doctor J. Kuehne, in which a controlled stream of vaporised liquid nitrogen is used to cool the skin of the face and neck area. The scalp and neck area are included in the facial treatment, to maximize stimulation. The treatment uses pressurized liquid nitrogen vapours (-80°C to -150°C), which are applied to the face and neck in order to stimulate the production of collagen and decrease pore size. The skin becomes tighter, more even-toned, and blood circulation is improved. Over time, skin is more elastic due to the increase in the production of collagen.
How does Cryofacial Work?
Cryostimulation is a new method of facial treatment. It is the application of extreme cold (up to -160°C) in the form of liquid nitrogen vapour, targeting different parts of the skin for a very short timeframe. The Cryofacial triggers a systematic anti-inflammatory response because the body activates its survival mechanisms in order to boost metabolic processes.
It is clinically proven that the effects of the Cryofacial include:
- The stimulation and production of collagen.
- Reduces pore size and brightens dark spots.
- It is completely natural and healthy for the skin.
- Decreases the appearance of wrinkles and lines.
- Treats problem skin, such as acne and eczema.
- Improves blood flow, boosts metabolic processes and dramatically improves the appearance of the skin.
- Causes a 4 times higher lymph and blood microcirculation.
- Oxygenates and nourishes the skin and subcutaneous tissues.
- Firms the skin by strengthening collagen and elastin fibres.
- Increases muscle tone.
Results you can expect:
The skin will appear tighter with improved skin and muscle tone. Dark circles will diminish and facial skin will glow! Fantastic as a one off facial, but even better as a course of 6 to 10 to firm skin and stimulate collagen and elastin.
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