1146 Minot Avenue, Auburn, Maine 04210, United States

207.358.8683

Permanent Makeup In Maine

Transform and Enhance. Permanent Makeup & Cryoskin in Maine.

Live Forever

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 Cryoskin Toning will destroy unwanted fat cells, eliminate cellulite and increase collagen production. The ultimate anti-aging treatment 

Recover Faster

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 We don't waste time. Cryotherapy reduces inflammation, shortening recovery times -- improving your performance 

Look Incredible

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 Through improved recovery times, reduced wrinkles, cellulite reduction and calorie burning, we are the catalyst for achieving the body you've always wanted. 

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FAQs

How does it work?

The treatment lasts for 28 minutes and is done manually through a massage technique. The session begins with 2 minutes of heat and then a decrease in temperature to -8 degrees for the duration of the session. The purpose of the treatment is to lower the temperature of the fact cells enough to reduce fat without harming surrounding tissue.

What are the benefits?

The benefits are measurable fat loss and improved skin appearance. As with most techniques, the results vary from one individual to another, however 78% of our customers rate the service as good or excellent. The expected effect is usually rapid, results should be visible immediately and many people continue to see improvements over 2 to 3 week period.

How quickly will I see results?

The first results are generally visible from the first session and often very encouraging.  However, it should be noted that the best results appear from 15 days to 3 weeks after the start of treatment and extend for several months after the end of treatment.

How often can I do it?

Slimming treatments can be performed once every 15 days and toning treatments can be performed every 7 days.

 

You shouldn't receive any Cryoskin treatment if you have had:

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  • IPL hair removal, IPL or waxing in the treatment area within the last week
  • Sunburn in the treatment area recently
  • Have open wounds or grazing in the treatment area
  • Dermatitis, eczema or rashes
  • Recent surgery, scar tissue or stretch marks
  • Hernia or history of hernia in the treatment area
  • Pacemaker, defibrillator or electronically implanted device
  • Bleeding or circulation disorder
  • Nerve disorders
  • Cold at the time of treatment
  • Uticaria or Raynauds disease
  • Chemical or radiation therapy
  • Pregnancy or breast feeding

  • Caution must be taken not to treat the abdomen during menstruation, and any areas of weak, thin or sagging skin should be discussed with your Therapist prior to treatment.