Frequently asked questions about Cryoskin
- What is CryoSkincare?
CryoSkincare are proud to introduce the latest rejuvenation innovation in skincare market. Cryoskincare is a hidden ice gem which is formulated in Switzerland and has been a celebrity secret until now.
Cryoskincare delivers outstanding results within minutes, creating a youthful smooth appearance eliminating wrinkles and tightening the pores without using damaging ingredients such as parabens, alcohols, perfumes or even silicone. The CryoSkincare system is 100% natural using two strains of planet stem cells to regenerate your skin, combining its purities with freezing temperatures of -20 ° C+.
- How long do you need to freeze the Cryosglobe ball for?
The Cryosglobe should be left to freeze initially for at least 18 hours.
- What liquid is exactly in the Cryosglobe ball?
The liquid is water with saline/salt added to keep it frozen for longer than normal liquids.
- What happens if I have back to back appointments – how long should I wait to take the ball out the freezer?
If you have back to back appointments you will require to purchase more than one Cryosglobe. The Cryosglobe will stay frozen for about half an hour after you have taken it out of the freezer. Place the Cryosglobe immediately back into the freezer after use and depending on your freezer & room temperature, it can take up to 1 – 2 hours to refreeze that Cryosglobe.
- How do I clean the Cryosglobe?
The Cryosglobe can be cleaned by using an antiseptic wipe or spray. Always make sure the ball is wiped and dry prior to placing it back in the freezer.
- Why is my Cryosglobe not freezing?
The reason the Cryosglobe is not freezing is because your freezer is not cold enough. It needs to be at -18 to -20 Celsius, minimum to achieve the best results. Please use your thermometer to check the temperature of your freezer by placing it in the freezer at the same time as your Cryosglobe ball, and keep the thermometer in the freezer at all times when using the ball for treatments.
- When do I need to take syringes out the freezer?
The syringe should be taken out the freezer the same time as the Cryosglobe is taken out, to do the initial treatment.
- When do I need to take the Cryosglobe out the freezer?
You should only remove the Cryosglobe out the freezer after you have cleansed and toned and just before you are about to perform the treatment.
- How long do you do the ice-facial for after applying the syringe fluid?
It needs to be applied for no longer than five minutes after applying the syringe.
- How long should the treatment take?
The whole procedure should take no longer than 25 minutes.
- How long should you leave the CryoSyringe product on the area for?
We suggest to keep it on the treated area for approximately 5 minutes to allow the product to absorb into the skin.
- How much moisturising cream should we be using?
Depending on the area that you are treating, we suggest using approximately 1ml of moisturising cream. If you think you require slightly more, then measure according to the area.
- How many treatments do you suggest we give to achieve the best results?
Depending on you, the area, your age and general well-being – the amount of treatments can vary from one person to another. We recommend that a minimum of three treatments will achieve great results but at consultation stage we suggest analysing the area first, in order to meet your expectations.
- Ingredients – how do I find these?
All our ingredients are listed on the jar label & syringe bag. If you would like ingredients sent, we will be happy to email them to you.
- How long should results last for?
Results can vary depending on a number of factors: skin type, age, area being treated, general well-being etc. but overall results should last for approximately 28 days.
- Why am I placing the Cryosglobe into a cotton bag?
We suggest doing this as speeds up the freezing process and keeps the Cryosglobe dry, which reduces the ice residue forming when you remove it from the freezer.
- Where can I use the Cryosglobe?
This should only be used on the skin surface of face, neck, décolleté and hands. No other body parts. Only for external use.