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Can CRYOfacials help you look younger?

Forget botox! Smooth those wrinkles and freeze your way to younger-looking skin.

In this day and age, people are always looking for ways to look younger, fresher and more beautiful. There absolutely are ways to do this, but most successful methods such as Botox and plastic surgery are invasive, expensive and can be very damaging to the skin.

That’s where CRYOfacials come in…

CRYOfacials use a non-invasive freezing technique that takes as little as 20 minutes to complete. It works by placing a small device called a ‘cryo-probe’, filled with liquid nitrogen, next to the areas of skin that are problematic. The liquid nitrogen then ‘freezes’ the nerves in these areas causing the surrounding muscles to relax and your wrinkles to drastically lessen.

Although this technique may sound a little scary, there’s absolutely nothing dangerous about this process. Your skin is never actually frozen, and most people are surprised by how gentle and relaxing the cooling process feels. Unlike Botox, CRYOfacials don’t use any toxins or chemicals, so the process is actually much more friendly and safer for your body.

When used regularly, CRYOfacials can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and smooth and tone the skin, giving a more youthful look. This innovative method can also reduce unwanted pigmentation or uneven skin tone, lighten acne scars and even help treat skin conditions such as eczema.

Unlike Botox or other anti-ageing techniques, the effects of CRYOfacials are immediate and last for up to 4 months. Celebrities such as Demi Moore and Jennifer Aniston use this new technique as a way to get red carpet ready. With all those bright lights and cameras around, these celebs use CRYOfacials to minimise blemishes, close their pores, tighten their skin and give them that million dollar glow.

At Polarbare Club we have introduced CRYOfacials to our ever-expanding list of treatments! Click HERE to book yours today!

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