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How Cryotherapy Can Treat Acne. Cryotherapy refers to the excess use of cold in surgery or other medical treatments. The term “cryotherapy” comes from the Greek ‘cryo’ which means ‘cold,’ and ‘therapy’ which means ‘cure.” Cryotherapy has existed for a long time since the seventeenth century. Cryotherapy is useful in curing acne in case someone needs a doctor approved method to treat it. Just like any other acne treatment methods, cryotherapy has risks and side effects. A patient considering to get rid of stubborn acne spots should, however, use cryotherapy as the last treatment option. Cryotherapy is most effective on the acne that reveals itself as a big swath of red and white in the face which is too immense to treat with skin creams alone. Cryotherapy entails the use of liquid nitrogen on the affected skin areas. Cotton tipped applicators or cryoprobe is used to apply the liquid nitrogen on the acne affected areas. The liquid nitrogen freezes the pimples and makes them fall off just like dead skin. Future chances of being infected by acne are minimized by the seal cryotherapy makes on the skin. Cryotherapy is a great tool of healing acne. It has immediate results. Cryotherapy, however, is quite a painful process since some part of somebody’s skin is usually frozen dead. One may experience the side effects of using cryotherapy just as would be the case for using other acne treatment methods. In many cases, the skin is usually itchy and irritated for some time close to a week after conducting the cryotherapy session. Some patients report swelling and blistering. It is, however, important not to try to get rid of it or not pick at it because the swelling, blistering and irritation goes away after some time. One should wash the former infected area gently at least once or twice every day. Tonifying oils should be used later on. Examples of these oils are coconut oil, lavender oil, and jojoba. The skin’s restoration of luster and shine is enhanced by the application of these oils. One should avoid wearing any clothing or head covering himself or herself when the skin is healing since it could be easily infected.
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Cryotherapy is regarded as a safe treatment for acne when compared to other treatment methods. Cryotherapy is much cheaper. $300 and $600 are the prices that cryotherapy ranges at in many cases. For someone suffering from severe acne, the cryotherapy process demands a keen post-operation since the process is painful but would result in a nice therapy. Correct use of cryotherapy to treat acne can end up in good results. On the other hand, carelessly done cryotherapy may lead to more complications and in some cases leave someone in a worse condition. Cryotherapy should, therefore, be done by specialists renown in that area.6 Facts About Wellness Everyone Thinks Are True