MAKASkincare - CryoPen


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Prices start from £250 per skin lesion and depends on requirements.


The most accurate, painless way to remove benign skin lesions

In just seconds, Cryotherapy can permanently remove:

  • Verrucae
  • Acrochorda
  • Solar lentigo
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Actinic keratoses
  • Seborrheic keratoses
  • Hemangioma
  • Molluscum contagiosum
  • Plantar warts
  • Small benign skin tumors
  • Distichiasis
  • and more...

✓ Permanent removal of benign skin lesions.

✓ Powerful enough for even large or deep lesions.

✓ Treatment is painless and takes as little as 20 seconds from start to finish.

✓ So precise that surrounding skin tissue is undamaged. Supplied with a range of applicators.

✓ No special preparation, anaesthetic or after-treatment are needed.


What are the Benefits of Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is quick to perform, and heals quickly, usually without needing any local anaesthetic.

Cryotherapy may be less expensive than other forms of treatment to remove benign skin lesions, however, it will not be offered unless it is medically suitable for a patient – meaning you can only choose to undergo cryotherapy treatment if it is appropriate for you.


How is the Treatment performed?

Liquid nitrogen is sprayed directly onto the site of the lesion until it turns white. Some patients feel a bit of sensitivity to the freezing, but it is not usually considered to be painful.

This procedure typically takes between 10 - 20 seconds, depending on the thickness and size of the lesion. The whiteness will fade as the skin thaws, usually in 1-2 minutes.

Finally, the area may be dressed using the appropriate dressings to keep it clean and dry; and to prevent it from rubbing against clothing.

The technician will indicate whether any subsequent cryotherapy treatments will be necessary, and in some patients, treatment may be repeated at regular intervals as directed by the technician.

You will be able to go home the same day and will receive information on follow-up care, which may include applying creams.