FAQ

FAQS

Cryotherapy is the science of using cold temperatures to safely lower your skin’s temperature to induce relaxation, and overall wellness benefits.

A °CRYO Chamber is where we conduct our whole body cryotherapy sessions. Once you step into a °CRYO Chamber, your body is briefly enveloped with cryogenically cooled air with temperatures reaching as low as -140°C for a maximum period of three minutes.

Cryotherapy treatments are not dangerous as the liquid nitrogen that is used as a chilling agent does not come into contact with your skin. A trained operator is always present during the treatment to control the temperature levels and monitor your comfort.

Most people can do a cryotherapy session. However, you should always consult your physician or other health care professional before starting cryotherapy.

Yes! °CRYO treatments are comfortable. Describing the feeling of a °CRYO Chamber treatment is like standing naked in front of a freezer on a hot day.

Most of our treatments last for three minutes. However, some of our facial and other sessions can last up to 60 minutes depending on your requirements.

Absolutely. Our °CRYO Chamber has the option to have your head above the cold air and maintain contact with the outside. The °CRYO Chamber is also equipped with a door that is closed but not locked, so you are always in control while in the chamber.

You will be in your underwear and we will provide disposable ones (upon request) to put on as well. We will also provide mittens, socks and foot protection to protect your extremities from the cold.

There is no showering involved with cryotherapy. Our treatments are completely dry.

It depends on the results you are trying to achieve. We generally recommend 2-3 treatments per week to see results. °CRYO Science cannot guarantee that any of our clients will see specific results.

*Results may vary based on the individual

While every °CRYO session can be beneficial, we suggest that the series be repeated every three months. Athletes will often have between 4-6 sessions per week to help achieve peak performance during intense training periods.