CRYO Facials tighten the pores that appear on our face and in the process, can also tighten the skin. During a treatment, the surface temperature of your skin will drop to around 7-8 degrees Celsius, a process that in some cases increases the production of healthy collagen. It is very comfortable and relaxing.
Through the CRYO Facial, collagen production in the deeper levels of the skin increases. This supports the skin’s capacity to rejuvenate itself, regain elasticity and appear smoother. Collagen is the main protein that defines the structure of the skin and can be damaged by sunlight. Such damage to collagen fibers can be minimized through the application of products or interventions which can heat the deeper layer of the skin, such as CRYO Facial, causing the collagen to contract. Thus, improving the appearance of wrinkles.
Furthermore, CRYO Facials are also known to support the production of Hyaluronic acid (HA), which is responsible for maintaining skin moisture through its unique capability of retaining water that keeps the turgor, resilience and pliability of the skin. However, as the skin undergoes the aging process, the disappearance of epidermal HA occurs. Aside from this, approximately 80% of skin aging is also attributed to exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun that leads to the deposition of HA in the dermis and concomitant loss of its extractability. This histochemical change causes an apparent dehydration, atrophy and loss of elasticity that characterizes aged skin.
From a simple application of cold ice pack to a more complex use of equipment such as cryosauna and cryochamber, cryotherapy has been noted to bring noteworthy benefits that can significantly impact both beauty and wellness. Hence, some of the methods that utilize the concept behind cryotherapy are geared towards achieving healthy and youthful skin. One of which is the use of various forms of CRYO Facials.