Cryotherapy skin tag removal process is a process that involves the application of liquid nitrogen on the skin tag through the use of a spray gun. The liquid nitrogen will be freezing cold and may be quite uncomfortable for a few minutes after application.
The skin tag will change from its normal color for at least two minutes and then get back to normal temperature. If the size of the skin tag is too large, there will be a need to repeat the process severally after thawing out.
A few days after a cryotherapy treatment, there will be a formation of a scab on the skin tag which will later fall off before the end of 14 days. This duration may be prolonged if the skin tag is on the leg.
It is not guaranteed that the first cryotherapy treatment will be successful. More than one session may be required depending on how the skin tag is responding to the treatment.
A cryotherapy treatment is not intrusive and one will be able to carry on with his usual activity soon after the process is completed. There will be a need to apply an ointment to protect the treated area from getting too dry. If water gets on the skin tag that is being treated, a dry towel should be used to dry off the area.
Picking on the skin tag should be avoided as this may lead to scarring after it is completely removed. If it is located in a place where there is frequent friction, there will be a need to cover it with a plaster.
A cryotherapy treatment should only be carried out in a professional spa where high-quality products will be used. You should ensure that the aesthetician who is carrying out the skin tag removal process is well experienced and qualified as well to offer such services. If you are not sure, look for reviews from people who have had a cryotherapy skin tag removal from that spa so that you can gauge the quality of the services offered.
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