Cryo Facial FAQ

Unlike a traditional facial where steam is used to open pores and products are applied, Cryo-facials work to use your body’s natural reaction to cold temperatures. This completely dry and non-invasive facial uses nitrogen vapors to shrink pores and tighten skin on contact. Eliminate fine lines and blemishes, help heal scars, reduce the appearance of brown spots and puffiness all in 10 minutes.

Many clients notice an amazing glow immediately after a Cryo-Facial, while some may get a little “rosier” than others. We recommend trying a Cryo-Facial before any major event to rule out any skin sensitivity to the extreme cold temperatures used during the facial.

This is a true “lunch-time” facial, meaning clients can leave their makeup on without any post-recovery time!

Avoid using excessive lotions or oils 1-2 hours before your Cryo-Facial. To reap the full benefits, avoid high temperature saunas, traditions facials and laser treatments after your facial as they will open your pores.

Frequency depends on your end goal. Clients using Cryo-Facials to reduce appearances of acne, scarring, and skin conditions should visit 2-3 times per week for at least 1 month.

Yes! However, your sauna session should be done before your Cryo-Facial. The use of extreme cold air shrinks your pores and tightens your skin, while hot saunas will open your pores and relax the skin. If both services are done at Cryology, we will have you wait 10-15 minutes to dry off after your sauna session before starting your Cryo-Facial.

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  • First Cryotherapy Facility on Long Island
  • Most Affordable Prices in the New York area
  • Open 7 Days/Week, Walk-ins Welcome!
  • Family Owned and Operated
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***All information contained within this website and on all printed material is for informational purposes only. DO NOT use Cryotherapy to treat any illness or diseases. This treatment HAS NOT been tested or approved by the FDA or any other government agencies. There are no guarantees express or implied. Use at your own risk.