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CryoPen Therapy in London CryoPen Treatment in Queen's Park

CryoPen is a medical device that uses extreme cold in the form of liquid nitrous oxide to destroy unwanted, benign and superficial lesions on the skin. It is a safe and effective treatment for a variety of skin conditions, including:

  • Warts
  • Skin tags
  • Verrucas
  • Milia
  • Cherry angiomas
  • Scars
  • Resistant hyperpigmentation

This controlled freezing process results in minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue, ensuring a safe, precise and efficient treatment.

What does CryoPen treat?

CryoPen can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including:

  • Warts: Warts are caused by a virus and can appear anywhere on the body. They are typically small, raised bumps that can be flesh-colored, brown, or black.
  • Skin tags: Skin tags are small, benign growths that hang from the skin. They are typically found on the neck, armpits, and eyelids.
  • Verrucas: Verrucas are also known as plantar warts. They are small, hard bumps that typically appear on the soles of the feet.
  • Milia: Milia are small, white bumps that typically appear on the face. They are caused by trapped sebum and keratin under the skin.
  • Cherry angiomas: Cherry angiomas are small, red or purple bumps that typically appear on the face and chest. They are caused by dilated blood vessels.
  • Age Spot/Sun Spots: This results in hyperpigmentation where the skin produces too much melanin leading to dark patches on the skin. CryoPen can be used to lighten the appearance of resistant hyperpigmentation.
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  • How does CryoPen work?

    CryoPen uses extreme cold to destroy unwanted skin lesions. The device delivers a fine jet of liquid nitrous oxide to the lesion, which causes the cells to freeze and die. The dead cells are then shed by the body over time

  • How long does a CryoPen treatment take?

    The length of a CryoPen treatment depends on the size and number of lesions being treated. A single lesion typically takes 30 seconds to treat.

  • Is CryoPen painful?

    CryoPen can cause some discomfort, but it is generally not painful. Some people may experience a burning or stinging sensation during the treatment.

  • Are there any risks associated with CryoPen treatment?

    There are some risks associated with CryoPen treatment, but they are rare. These risks include:

    • Temporary skin redness or swelling
    • Itching or burning
    • Infection
    • Scarring
    • Hypo or Hyperpigmentation which may last several weeks or months (usually darker skin tones)

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