Scotland’s first C02 Cryotherapy Treatment Centre
Cryotherapy is only available in Scotland at Sports Therapy Scotland.
Our Cryotherapy CO2 treatments and Dry Needling / Acupuncture are popular modalities in the recovery of acute injuries as well as the management of chronic conditions.
Cryotherapy and Dry Needling has recently become more popular for aesthetics. Have a read at this information and get yourself booked in and see the benefits for yourself!
Who wouldn’t want to rediscover that youthful glow?
What is Cryotherapy Facial Treatment?
Cryotherapy is an innovative treatment technique where the area is briefly exposed to a very cold temperature (-78 degrees).
The Cryo Facial treatment has similar methodology, but targets the specific muscles surrounding the face, neck and shoulders.
Liquid carbon dioxide is recovered from a variety of sources such as ammonia and hydrogen plants, purified and liquefied, so you know you are not putting any harsh chemicals on your face.
Following the application of the Cryotherapy gas we apply Cryotherapy Massage using the coldest massage tool on the planet.
The massage head cools to around -40 degrees centigrade and is applied to the skin via medical grade teflon head – see video. These treatments feel absolutely incredible and have amazing effects on your skin.
How does it work?
Albeit a tad chilly, the treatment is pain free and non-invasive. Your skin will be rapidly cooled to -78 degrees using a 50 bar pressure carbon dioxide gas treatment, with the effects starting in under 30 seconds. This reaches the perfect ‘thermal shock’ effect, changing the blood supply to the facial skin to flush out toxins and impurities.
How does the Cosmetic Dry Needling Facial Work?
Cosmetic Dry Needling
How does it work?
Facial Acupuncture works from the inside out to give you a healthy, radiant glow by improving skin tone and texture naturally.
Benefits of cosmetic acupuncture include increased collagen production, creation of new skin cells, improved circulation, tighter muscle tone and enhanced radiance.
Like Botox and fillers, cosmetic acupuncture aims to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as dealing with the underlying causes of these facial blemishes.
Acupuncture specifically addresses the primary factor for premature ageing, namely the reduction in collagen production.
Cosmetic acupuncture stimulates the production of collagen by painlessly inserting fine needles into specific trigger points on the face, neck and head to promote circulation and increase the volume of elastin.
It also improves local blood supply to the face which reduces the appearance if fine lines and creates better muscle tone, tighter pores and healthier facial colour.
Effects and Benefits of Cryotherapy and Dry Needling Facial Treatment
Firm and radiant skin
Calms down pigmentation and scarred skin
Reignites tired looking skin
Reduces inflammation and aggravated areas such as eczema
Reduces harsh lines and wrinkles, stimulating the skin’s elasticity
It really is Ideal for using as part of your skin maintenance regimen or in the run up to an important event such as a wedding so your skin is in the best condition possible.
Single or multiple sessions are available
aesthetic Cryotherapy Prices
What is expected during your session
Our 30 minute appointment includes Cryo Facial, Cryo Facial Massage, and Optional Facial Needling. A short neck massage can be applied instead of the facial needling. However we recommend doing the full aesthetic treatment including needling.
We suggest 2 appointments per week for 3 weeks and then 1 appointment per week for 4 weeks (10 sessions over 7 weeks) you would notice the best results.
You will probably notice the difference after 2 sessions as most of our clients do. Maintenance sessions can be done every week or two weeks following this initial 7 week block.
Costs per Session
Single sessions are £75.00
5 sessions for £320.00 saving £55.00
10 sessions for £600.00 saving £150.00
How to Book
We offer Aesthetic Cryotherapy Treatment in Glasgow and Stirling
Call 0141 334 1223 to arrange an appointment or email us.