Our Cryotherapy Treatments

Cryotherapy is an innovation in the fast, effective and safe removal of various skin imperfections. It works by emitting a fine jet of N2O under high pressure, with millimeter precision. This destroys the targeted tissue by freezing the inter-cellular fluid, forming ice shards and crystals, which in turn rupture the membrane and destroy the cell

Skin concerns such as Skin Tags, Milia, and Cherry Angiomas are no longer being treated on the NHS. With Cryotherapy you can now have these treatments carried out in a safe efficient manner for very little cost.

Make an appointment to discuss your treatments with one of our professionals today

Cryotherapy Treatments

Single Lesion
Skin Tags, Cherry Angiomas, Common Warts, Genital Warts, Verrucas, Milia
£60+
1 Lesion
Skin Tags

Priced on single lesion

Consultation

Cryotherapy

Moisturising and SPF

Aftercare

Multiple Lesions
Skin Tags, Cherry Angiomas, Common Warts, Genital Warts, Verrucas, Milia
£100
Per 10 minutes of treatment
Skin Tags

Priced on time

Consultation

Cryotherapy

Moisturising and SPF

Aftercare

Small Area Based Lesions
Keratosis, Sun Spots, Age Spots, Hyperpigmentation.
£60
>10mm
Age Spots

Priced on single lesion

Consultation

Cryotherapy

Moisturising and SPF

Aftercare

Large Area Based Lesions
Keratosis, Sun Spots, Age Spots, Hyperpigmentation.
£100
10mm+
Age Spots

Priced on time

Consultation

Cryotherapy

Moisturising and SPF

Aftercare

Cryotherapy Components

Priced on time

These appointments are priced per 10 treatment minutes.  The number of lesions that you can treat depends on the type, size, location and number of lesions.

Example:

10 - 20 skin tags around your neck could be treated in the 10 minute treatment.

4 warts could be treated in your allotted 10 minute treatment.

Priced On Single Lesion

Your treatment will be priced depending on the type, size and location of the lesion that you wish to have treated. Please contact us for details or book a consultation.

Consultation
A thorough consultation is carried out before any treatment here at Cambridge Contour Clinic. It is an opportunity for us to fully discuss your specific skin concerns, run through a health questionnaire to ensure you are suitable for treatment, and answer any questions you may have
Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy emits a fine jet of N2O under high pressure, which allows works to millimetre precision. This destroys the tissue by freezing the inter-cellular fluid, crystallising the fluid, which ruptures the membrane, thereby destroying the cell. That means there will be no collateral damage to healthy tissue.

Moisturising and SPF

To conclude our treatments here at Cambridge Contour Clinic, we use the very best skincare products to leave your skin fully hydrated and protected for the rest of your day. A high factor SPF is applied after all facial treatments as exposure to UV light can be elevated and more susceptible to sun damage. A broad spectrum SPF is then recommended for use every day for at least a week following any facial treatment.

Aftercare

All our treatments here at Cambridge Contour Clinic conclude with aftercare advice, specific to the treatment received. This will aid you in getting the absolute most out of any treatment given, and allow you to fully reap the benefits in the days/weeks to follow.

Make an appointment to discuss your treatments with one of our professionals today

Want to know more?

Looking for Cryotherapy in Cambridge? Cambridge Contour Clinic is a local, professional, independent clinic, that genuinely cares about your well-being.

All our staff are expertly trained and qualified to the highest standards, ensuring you get the service you require, and deserve.  Our Cryotherapy service is available for both men and women.  If its skin tags around your neck or bikini line, a verruca on the bottom of your foot or a milia around the eye that's getting you down - we can help.

Cryotherapy is the safest and most reliable method of removing most skin lesions and is the preferred method used by the NHS for many years.  Cryotherapy is able to treat Skin Tags, Cherry Angioma, Benign Moles, Milia, Warts, Verrucae and Pigmentation Spots all over the body. If you are unsure of exactly which skin lesion you may have, it is worth visiting your GP first and asking them to check. They will be able to advise if Cryotherapy is a viable method for removal.

Read our Cryotherapy F.A.Q's page for helpful information on all things Cryotherapy or read any of the following articles by other publications: NHSByrdie UKMy Health