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CryroTherapy is a treatment using low temperature, and refers to the removal of skin lesions by freezing them off. The common agent in CyroThearpy is liquid Nitrogen.


A wide variety of benign lesions can be treated with CyroTherapy, but it is most used to remove :


+ Moles

+ Cherry angiomas

+ Skin tags

+ Common warts

+ Verucas

+ Keratosis

+ Solar lentigos


Moles MUST be checked by a GP before removal.

Learn More Cyrotherapy Costs and Treatments

Step 1

Book your no obligation consultation today. You can book online, call

or email us directly.

Step 2

Visit Grace Byng Aesthetics clinic for a one-to-one consultation with one of our highly qualified practitioners. During this consultation the practitioner will:

• Look at the area you would like removed and discuss likely outcomes.

• Explain the procedure for Cyrotherapy, aftercare and costs.

• Answer any questions you have regarding the treatment.

Step 3

Either on the same day as the consulation or another time you can begin your treatment with one of our technicians. We have treated hundreds of clients so you can rest assured you are in safe hands. We will ensure you feel at ease during and after your treatment.

  • Avoid any products / make up to the treated area until it has scabbed and healed.

  • Avoid sun exposure to the treated area.

  • Apply SPF Daily to the treated are If it on show. + Try and keep the area dry until it has healed.

  • Expect a blister / scab to form. DO NOT pick the scab it will fall off.

Post Treatment Care

  • It is normal to experience some discomfort following cryotherapy. The surrounding tissue may become red and swollen. A blister may form and the skin may weep. Rarely, a blood blister may occur.


    As the skin starts to heal, a scab or crust will form, which will eventually fall off leaving normal skin underneath. This may take up to two weeks. During this time the wound should be kept clean. Simple painkillers such as paracetamol may be required.

  • Unless there is blistering, you can leave cryotherapy sites open and do everything as normal. If there is blistering and fluid is leaking from the wound, then cover with a light dressing until it stops weeping and then leave it open.

  • It is common for a white mark to be left at the site of cryotherapy this should overtime integrate back into your natural skin colour. Rarely a thickened or raised scar will form.

  • Some lesions such as large moles and skin tags in intimate areas are likely to require more than one Cryotherapy treatment. Some warts and verrucae may require 4 or more treatments.

Frequently Asked Questions

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