You train hard, but sometimes your body needs a little extra help
Cryoskin, a non-invasive toning process, reduces cellulite by applying sub-zero temperatures to it. Cryoskin works with your body’s natural systems to reduce cellulite and tone your body, eliminating fine lines and wrinkles.
Sessions are quick and convenient with no lasting side effects. Most people find sessions to be comfortable and relaxing and some report looking slimmer after several sessions. Choose any area of the body and see what Cryoskin can do for you.
How Does it Work?
Cryoskin uses a combination of heat and cold to create thermal shock. Thermal shock is the effect caused by a sudden change in temperature. That change induces stresses in your system. Cryoskin technicians apply heat for two minutes, which bring fat cells to the surface. Cold applied immediately after for twelve minutes targets fat cells, working with your body’s natural stresses and essentially freezing cellulite away without damaging surrounding tissue.
What Should I Expect?
Cryoskin gives you the benefits of fat loss without long lasting, bad side effects. Many find the treatments comfortable and relaxing.
How Long Does a Session Take?
Each session lasts about 20-30 min. with no recovery time. Schedule a quick session around your lifestyle with no interruptions to your day.
Will it Damage My Skin?
The heating and cooling effect each treatment provides has been found to aid collagen production by increasing oxygen supply to the skin. Collagen is an essential building block that, among other things, promotes skin elasticity.
How Long Does it Take to See Effects?
Although results may be seen immediately, it’s best to treat specific areas three to six times. Treatment can last for years, however, we recommend scheduling one to two treatments every six months. Regular Cryoskin treatments with a healthy diet and exercise will help you feel your best.
How Many Areas Can be Treated at Once?
We recommend treating no more than two areas at once and schedule treatments every two weeks. The natural destruction of fat cells call cell waste which is passed through the body through the blood stream, then the lymphatic system and finally through urine. The waste reduction process takes two weeks. Scheduling treatments sooner than two weeks apart may cause a clog in waste reduction pathways and you won’t see improvement.