WHAT IS DERMAPEN CRYO™?
Dermapen Cryo™ is a state of the art treatment using extreme cold to safely and painlessly destroy unwanted moles, warts, skin tags and resistant hyperpigmentation.
Using no scalpels or chemicals, Dermapen Cryo™ safely, effectively and comfortably removes warts, moles, skin tags and other skin lesions. Removal is virtually pain-free with little or no scarring.
Skin Tag Removal
Skin tags are small growths of skin (sometimes pigmented) and can be found on both men and women in many areas of the body, i.e. neck, eyelid, underarm, waistline, bikini and breast area. They are harmless but for some people, they may be unsightly and can easily be removed.
- Quick and non-invasive
- Rapid freezing for effective treatment
- Targets problem areas directly leaving healthy skin undamaged
- Pre-treatment medical assessment of lesions and annual skin checks
- Small, portable pen-like device
- Ultra cold N20 (-89oC)
- High pressure delivery (725 psi)
- Precise jet of stabilised compressed liquefied nitrus oxide (@55 Bar)
- Effective removal of skin tags, warts, benign skin lesions, cherry angioma, pigmentation, seborrheic keratosis, solar lentigines, age spots and cosmetic lesions
- Pin point accuracy – suitable for all over body treatment, including hard to reach areas
Frequently Asked Questions about Dermapen Cryo™
Pre-treatment medical assessment of lesions and annual skin checks are recommended.
A follow-up appointment is recommended between 2-4 weeks after treatment to ensure lesions have been completely removed or if another treatment session is needed.
Dermapen Cryo™ mole and wart removal treatment requires no anesthesia and has less scarring compared with other techniques of skin lesion removal.
Dermapen Cryo™ uses extreme cold to treat the affected area. Treatment involves freezing the blemish. This is virtually pain-free. After the frozen area thaws a scab will develop and normal healing will occur. After primary healing occurs the area may be whiter than the surrounding tissue, usually this re-pigments over time.
Freeze time varies depending on the type of lesion. A typical freeze time is between 5 seconds for small flat warts to 120 seconds for a full thickness lesion. For general purposes most lesions take about 30-60 seconds.