Cryostimulation = freezing your body for beauty – See this | AWAYION BEAUTY

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Have you questioned if freezing your body (AKA Cryostimulation treatments) works for beauty?

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How does it work?

In this post, discover the beauty effects of Cryostimulation on the body. Because every girl deserves to know if freezing your body for beauty is legit.

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TL: DR A quick post glance:

  1. Cryostimulation is what?
  2. Beautification of the body with Cryofacials
  3. Long term effects of Cryofacials

Sound tantalizing? Okay, Ladies. Let’s start

1. Cryostimulation is what?

For starters, cryostimualation is short-term intensive cold exposure of the body – to sub zero temperatures – in 3 to 12 minute treatment periods, in a controlled environment. This causes thermic shock in the body. Thermic shock occurs when extreme cold temperatures and high levels of pressure on the tissue are simultaneously applied (In for a Thermic Shock | Cryostimulation – CRYOHD, 2020). 

By stimulating the dermis, epidermis and subcutaneous tissue, thermic shock elicits a deep, penetrative response from the treatment area. When the temperature and pressure are accurately combined, the response is composed of 4 vital effects: a natural analgesic effect, making cryostimulation ideal for patients in search of pain relief, a vasomotor response causing boosted blood flow and in turn an anti-inflammatory and myorelaxant effect, helping clients living with chronic oedema or muscle spasms (In for a Thermic Shock | Cryostimulation – CRYOHD, 2020).

For optimal results the body must endure a series of 10 to 12 treatment sessions, more or less.

It is claimed that whole-body cryotherapy enhances the resistance of the human body, also thanks to the beneficial effect on the antioxidant system. (Lubkowska, Dołęgowska and Szyguła, 2012).

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2. Beautification of the body with Cryofacials


Now you know what happens in Cryostimulation, there is a frosty beauty treatment is called a Cryofacial.

Cryofacials are particularly popular in treating acne, psoriasis and eczema, this cryogenic treatment also significantly reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles thanks to the induction of metabolic processes (Face the Facts: The Cryofacial – CRYOHD, 2020).

Cryofacials involve using sub zero temperatures over a 12 minute period to activate the biological trauma cycle, the process uses extreme conditions to elicit entirely natural responses on the face and neck areas.

The primary response to the nitrogen vapour is vasoconstriction, whereby the skin itself temporarily tightens and large pores are reduced whilst the blood supply is minimised. Proving itself to be a master multitasker, vasoconstriction also alleviates inflammation, whether this is caused by atopic dermatitis (eczema), scars or any harmful environmental conditions (Face the Facts: The Cryofacial – CRYOHD, 2020).

The bonuses don’t end there. By relieving inflammation, not only are discoloured areas, raised spots and general skin irregularities less visible, but the degradation of collagen and reduced cell production caused by inflammation are also counteracted (Face the Facts: The Cryofacial – CRYOHD, 2020). Below is an easy to read Cryofacial benefits recap.

Cryofacials beauty benefits are:

  • Tightens skin
  • Reduces appearance of large pores
  • Alleviates inflammation
  • Reduces visibility of discolored areas & raised spots
  • Stops collagen breakdown
  • Promotes younger appearance

Fancy benefits of exposing your body to sub zero temps in a controlled environment, eh?

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3. Long term effects of Cryofacials


Now that you see the scientific benefits of exposing the body to limited sub zero temps in a controlled environment, what effect does getting Cryofacials have in the long-run? 

Following on from the first vasoconstriction, the stimulated tissues then experience sustained post-treatment vasodilation. As a result, there are continued microcirculations triggered in the affected area, allowing for an increase in oxygenated blood flow (Face the Facts: The Cryofacial – CRYOHD, 2020).

This delivery of vital nutrients to the face and neck hastens healing and recovery because of enhanced metabolic processes producing new proteins. Collagen production is triggered consequently strengthening skin structure and providing a younger appearance. Being a natural process, it’s worth bearing in mind that each individual may need a different amount of sessions (Face the Facts: The Cryofacial – CRYOHD, 2020).

Researchers say this treatment even boosts endorphins and provides sustained relief for dermatological conditions. So the remaining question is, do you want to freeze your body for beauty?

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Major Takeaways

You now know the beauty effects of Cryostimulation on the body.

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If you find a typo, just know that it happens to all of us! 🙂 2020. Face The Facts: The Cryofacial - CRYOHD. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 29 July 2020]. 2020. In For A Thermic Shock | Cryostimulation - CRYOHD. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 29 July 2020].

Lubkowska, A., Dołęgowska, B. and Szyguła, Z., 2012. Whole-Body Cryostimulation - Potential Beneficial Treatment For Improving Antioxidant Capacity In Healthy Men - Significance Of The Number Of Sessions. [online] Available at: <> [Accessed 29 July 2020].