Skin Tag Removal
If you have noticed a small, flesh-coloured growth on your skin that seems to be attached by a stalk, chances are you have a skin tag.
Skin tags are benign (meaning they’re not cancerous) growths that can occur anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the neck, chest, back, or underarm area. Although they’re usually nothing to worry about, skin tags can be annoying and cause irritation.
With the NHS no longer offering treatments for your skin tags, it can leave many with very few places to turn, but cryotherapy, could be the answer!
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Being my first time using thr experience I wasn’t sure quite what to expect, However John and Kaylen were very knowledgeable so gave me peace of mind before stepping in the chambre. Armed with all the facts and figures, but nothing could prepare you for -130•c sub temperatures, although the drop in temperature was very gradual and my body adapted very well. There was no after shock from the cold when the doors opened and my body temp returned to normal as soon as I had my clothes back on. As for the results, I had no prior niggly aches or long-standing pain to be wary of however in the moments after my treatment I instantly felt ‘lighter’ and more energetic, which was a complete 360 from the lethargic behaviour before from the previous late nights antics. Would definitely be going back and would urge anyone to give it a try as the results speak for themselves. Thanks again guys.
Having suffered with tendinitis for several years, my mind was blown at the instant relief that the Cryohub provides. The staff and facilities are fantastic! An all-round 10/10 experience.
I can not recommend this place enough, brilliant service! I knew very little about cryohub and what it would do for me but the boys talked me through it answering all my questions, there knowledge is unbelievable, my frozen shoulder feels so much better after just a few sessions, my advice to anyone would be to get down there and get your injury sorted. Great service cheers lads
Cryotherapy could be the answer you're looking for
During a cryotherapy session, the skin tag is exposed to temperatures as low as -200°F for a short period, allowing for deeper and longer-lasting relief than traditional treatments can provide.
For skin tags, it’s so cold, that they actually die and eventually fall off.
Ready to say goodbye to those unwanted skin tags? Our cryotherapy experts are here and ready for you
How does cryotherapy work for skin tags?
Cryotherapy for skin tags involves a professional applying liquid nitrogen to the affected area.
This causes the skin tag to freeze, die, and eventually fall off. The site may be red and swollen following the procedure, but it can provide long-lasting results with minimal risk of scarring or additional treatment.
Cryotherapy can treat all skin tags, including those caused by genetics, HPV, and other factors. However, cryotherapy may not be appropriate for larger or more difficult-to-reach skin tags. In these cases, consulting a team member for advice on the best course of action to take.
Preparing for your session
If you want to try cryotherapy, there are a few things you need to do beforehand.
Eat a light meal
Before your session, eat a light meal.
Drink lots of water
Drink plenty of water beforehand
Wear lightweight, breathable clothing that covers the treatment area.
After your treatment
Bring some warm clothes or a blanket in case you feel chilled after your treatment.
What are the side effects of cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy for skin tags is generally considered safe, with few side effects. However, some common side effects of cryotherapy may include redness, swelling, scarring and blisters. In rare cases, skin discolouration may also occur. Individuals should consult our team before starting any cryotherapy treatment to ensure that it is the right course of action for them.
How soon should I see results following my cryotherapy treatment?
The effects of cryotherapy when removing skin tags may be seen within a few days or weeks after treatment. Typically, the skin tag should fall off within several days or weeks, leaving no traces behind. In some cases, multiple treatments may be required for optimal results.