Frozen C Treatments at Dermatology Associates of Atlanta
For many people, skin tone and consistency are difficult qualities to maintain. This makes achieving an even complexion often feel like an uphill battle. Our dermatology providers use Frozen C treatment as an advanced cryogenic technique to focus on a long list of negative skin traits, especially for acne and rosacea sufferers. Our providers can safely improve patients’ facial complexion after a few treatment sessions at Dermatology Associates of Atlanta.
With Frozen C treatment, facial inflammation, redness, puffiness, and large pores can be reduced with specialized CO2 cryotherapy technology. Over the years, cryotherapy has been used for many different medical and cosmetic applications. By using medical therapeutic levels of cold temperature, Frozen C can improve skin texture and tone after just one session. The -78 °C temperature is made safe by real-time skin temperature monitoring and auto-stop, so it’s safe for all skin types and requires little to no downtime.
Frozen C causes an increase in blood flow and receptiveness to oxygen transfer on treatment sites. This enables a thorough rejuvenation to skin tissue within a short period of time. One of the best aspects of Frozen C is how compatible it is with other treatments at Dermatology Associates of Atlanta. It can be used before other cosmetic procedures like micro needling, cosmetic injectables, natural growth factors, tattoo removal, and HydraFacial. Since Frozen C treatment reduces potential pain and discomfort for when other cosmetic treatments are being performed, it makes the process more comfortable. This treatment has also shown great success with improving skin tone and texture for people with all types of acne and rosacea.
Frequently Asked Questions about Frozen C treatment
Is Frozen C treatment safe?
Yes, Frozen C treatment at Dermatology Associates of Atlanta is a safe process for our patients. We have experienced dermatology providers who are trained to safely perform Frozen C on all skin types and a long list of skin conditions. The advanced cryotherapy technology is designed to be gentle on skin while still creating positive changes to tone and consistency. Patients with sensitive skin might have a temporary reaction that resembles mild sunburn or windburn.
How many treatments of Frozen C will I need?
Each patient has different requirements, based on their specific skin traits. However, Frozen C is best used in a consecutive series of treatments. When used by itself, the recommended protocol is 4-6 treatments at intervals of 1 week in between. This rate can change when combining Frozen C with a different cosmetic treatment.
How long does a Frozen C treatment session take?
One of the best aspects of Frozen C treatment is how quickly it’s performed in any of our centers at Dermatology Associates of Atlanta. For most patients, a treatment session will only require between 15 to 20 minutes, unless it’s combined with another cosmetic procedure. This makes it more convenient and time-efficient for patients.