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SKIN TAG REMOVAL
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CRYOTHERAPY by CryoPen® 
remove skin imperfections with patented CryoPen device

CryoPen offers precise, powerful but easy-to-use cryotherapy treatment to permanently remove benign skin lesions with no stress or pain. The leading-edge, beautifully simple device removes all benign skin lesions safely, quickly and effectively with no collateral damage to healthy tissue.

The CryoPen is a quick and virtually pain-free way of removing skin lesions, including skin tags, milia, age spots, sun spots, cherry angiomas, seb ks, and flat dark moles. With precise freezing, each lesion is treated from 5-30 seconds.

CryoPen is an ideal solution for the removal of skin lesions and imperfections such as; Skin Tags, Milia, Cherry Angiomas, Age Spots, Warts and Verrucas in a fast, painless fashion. Flawless skin can be achieved in seconds with minimal invasion and without the need for injections.

Cosmetic procedures such as skin tags, millia and cherry angiomas are no longer treatable as a standard NHS procedure, however the need for it is still necessary. Cryopen is a quick and easy solution to these common skin conditions without the need for anaesthesia or injections.

 

Cryopen is virtually pain free and without the need for injections, it's even suitable for children. Anyone who suffers with skin imperfections can be considered as a candidate for this procedure, however it is good practice to always discuss with a trained professional prior to the treatment.

Cryopen can treat many different skin conditions such as:


• Skin tags and warts
• Freckles
• Age Spots and Milia
• Fibroma
• Seborrheic Keratosis
• Solar Lentigo
• Cherry Angiomas
• Verrucas

• Mole removal
(requires GP approval)

CryoPen

 

The CryoPen is a quick and virtually pain-free way of removing skin lesions, including skin tags, milia, age spots, sun spots, cherry angiomas, seb ks, and flat dark moles. With precise freezing, each lesion is treated from 5-30 seconds.

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Cryotherapy at a glance

DURATION

approx. 5-10 mins.

PAINLESS

YES

FREQUENCY

Usually 1 session, but some lesions may need 2 or 3 treatments.

RECOVERY TIME

Minimal

DURATION OF RESULTS

LONG-LASTING

Prices

per 1 lesion

HK$ 280

per 3 lesions

HK$ 800

Information

What happens during a treatment?

Performed with a tiny applicator, it is held to the skin imperfection and then liquid nitrogen is sprayed onto the unhealthy tissue. Dependant on the size of the tissue, it can take between 1-30 seconds. The skin is then allowed to thaw, and return to its natural colour. The process can be repeated on the same area, depending on the severity.

Cryotherapy works by using a thin jet of extreme cold (nitrous oxide) from a pen-like device to freeze and destroy lesions. The inter-cellular fluid is frozen, forming ice crystals, which subsequently destroy the cell. Depending on the size of the lesion, this will sometimes create a scab or crust which will fall off within a week or two.

The Cryopen does not rely on contact with the skin to be effective, meaning it is a quick, safe, hygienic and easy treatment which won’t damage the skin. If you’re getting moles of any type treated or lesions that look dark in colour, it’s important you get these pre-checked by a doctor.

You may feel a bit of stinging while the lesion is frozen, depending on how thin or close to your skin it is, but this will just be for a few seconds. It may also be a bit sensitive for half an hour or so after the treatment. It’s best to keep the area uncovered rather than use a plaster, and it should heal within a week or so. Some larger lesions may require two or three treatments.

Are there any side effects?

This procedure is non-invasive and considered low risk. The risk of side effects are very rare but a few that could be noticed are:
Temporary pigmentary changes in the treatment site.
Temporary loss of sensation
Blister in the treatment area

If you have concerns about any of these risks, discuss it with your clinic.

How long does it take to heal?

The procedure isn't painful and the process of healing following is no different. It usually takes 1-6 weeks depending on the size of the treatment area. Lesions usually assume a darker colour as the skin regenerates underneath it will slough or flake away.