Learn more about the Cryopen treatment and what will happen to your skin post procedure.

Can anyone have the treatment?
Yes. However, skin types and location should be considered carefully prior treatment.
Is there a change for pigmentation after treatment?
Both hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation may occur after cryotherapy, generally last a few months, but can be longer lasting. Please ask your practitioner about this before treatment.
What are the risks in darker skinned patients?
Melanocytes are the most sensitive to cold injury. Therefore, they are the most easily damaged with cryotherapy. Dark-skinned patients need to consider the risk of permanent loss of pigment.
Can children have CryoPen treatments?
Yes. However, parental consent is required.
What do patients experience during treatment?
Generally, little or no discomfort is experienced during the first few seconds when you manageto avoid treatment of healthy tissue.
Will activities be limited after treatment?
There are no limitations on activity except to protect the area from damage or abrasion. Swimming and showering are not a problem.
What if the blister pops?
If the blister pops, the use of an antibiotic cleaning solution and ointment is recommended. Covering the area with a bandage also promotes healing.
Is the treatment painful?
At a penetration rate of 1 mm per 5 seconds, the ice will reach the caudal extent of the lesion after a given amount of time related to the depth of the lesion. From that moment the patient will experience a pain sensation. This may be the moment to stop treatment. There might be a little residual stinging for a few minutes after treatment.
Will there be scarring?

Typically, it leaves the least amount of scarring of any form of lesion removal because it causes the least damage to the connective tissues. Hypopigmented lesions will be noticeable until they darken.

How long will the lesion take to heal?
Occasionally, a blister might form and persist for up to 5 days. After, it scabs over the lesions, healing depends on how deep the wounds is. Typically, healing will occur from 2-6 weeks, depending on the length of freeze and location.
How many treatments are needed?
Most lesions will respond to a single treatment. However, some deeper lesions may take several aggressive treatments to get results
How long will the results last?
For most lesions, cryotherapy is a permanent removal. Some lesions are harder to remove than others.
What follow-up is necessary?
Follow-up should be scheduled in 2-week intervals to observe results, and for further sessions if required.

Cryopen Pricing

Skin Tag Removal | Number of skin Tags Price Per Treatment

1 Treatment – £67
2-3 Treatments – £187
4 -5 Treatments are £107

Milla and Cherry Angiomas | Number of Milla & Cherry Angiomas Price Per treatment
1 Treatment – £50
2-3 Treatments – £70
4 -5 Treatments are £90
Warts & Verrucae
For a few das before treatment, please soak to soften skin and remove dry skin if it is surrounding the warts or verrucae | Number of Warts/Verrucae Price per treatment
1 Treatment – £67
2-3 Treatments – £87
4 -5 Treatments are £107
Pigmentation / Age Spots | Number of pigmented Marks/Age sports price

For a few das before treatment, please soak to soften skin and remove dry skin if it is surrounding the warts or verrucae | Number of Warts/Verrucae Price per treatment
1 Treatment – £67
2-3 Treatments – £87
4 -5 Treatments are £107

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy or Cryosurgery is a highly effective and safe procedure that is used to freeze and destroy benign skin lesions.

Cryotherapy uses liquified nitrous oxide to destroy the tissue by freezing the cell fluid which in turn forms ice shards that rupture the cell membrane in turn destroying the cell and lesion.

Cryotherapy is beneficial as it is quicker than other treatments. It requires no anaesthesia and has minimal scarring. There are no limitations on activities (except protecting the area from damage or abrasion) and patients can return to normal activities after treatment.

The Benefits of CryoPen

Versatile treatment options – Treats lesions from 1mm to 10mm in size.

Fast treatments – Treats 2mm lesion in 10 seconds.

Safe for delicate areas – Treat lesions on face and close to eye area.

Pinpoint accuracy – Does not cause damage to healthy tissue.

Minimal discomfort – Little to no discomfort during or after treatment.

No downtime or homecare – No limits on activity except for protecting treated area

Treatment Method

FIRST FREEZE CYCLE – The clinician will hold the applicator as close as possible to the lesion, and move it quickly towards and away from it. Depending on the lesion size and depth, the treatment could be 1 to 30 seconds.

THAW – After the first freezing cycle, the tissue will be allowed to thaw for about 30 seconds.

SECOND FREEZE CYCLE – The second freeze cycle will start. The tissue will freeze faster than during the first freezing cycle. CryoPen® Cryotherapy can treat all common benign skin lesions including age spots, warts, skin tags, verrucas, cherry angiomas and many more.