Cryotherapy for Beauty and Anti-Aging Effects - Advance Rehab

Cryotherapy for Beauty and Anti-Aging Effects

Whole Body Cryotherapy is a cutting-edge technology to achieve your desired flawless fresh youthful look.

Athletes have been the early adopters, but models and celebrities have found it and use it to maintain gorgeous skin.

But this technology is available to everyday people looking to achieve health and beauty goals by using a non-invasive natural therapy, shown to enhance activation of anti-aging genes.

High-profile actresses  such as Demi Moore ( Mandy Moore  and Jennifer Aniston. While models are making it part of their pre-runway prep such as Jessica Stam, keeping that glow that we all want.

Some of the benefits to your health and beauty may include:

  • Reduction of skin inflammation
  • Stimulation of collagen production to promote a smoother and more even skin tone
  • Reduction of cellulite
  • Elimination of toxins
  • Skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, skin blemishes and the appearance of fine wrinkles may benefit
  • Increased metabolic rate
  • Improvement in muscle tone
  • Sensation of euphoria


Full-body cryotherapy, chilled by liquid nitrogen, is the latest anti-aging therapy to hit the beauty scene. This fantastic treatment is 3 minutes of discomfort for a huge potential boost.

The possible health and beauty gains aren’t without some discomfort. Most people who haven’t experienced Cryotherapy expect it to awful imaging the discomfort of an ice bath, but this is far from the truth.

It is a dry cold and it quickly shocks your survival genes into action, the cold causes the body to shunt blood toward the core then the blood rushes back to the extremities and skin, creating a rosy vibrancy, when you step out, which can create a sensation of euphoria.

Because of this circulatory response, there’s great potential for beauty effects, however our practice is more focused on the healing aspects of reduced inflammation.

Cryotherapy was originally developed in Japan in the late ’70s to treat rheumatoid arthritis. In European countries it’s a medical treatment, for inflammatory skin disorders like psoriasis and eczema however to date its main use has been by elite athletes to as recovery tool such as Floyd Mayweather and Kobe Bryant

“Cryotherapy causes a release of anti-inflammatory cytokines while pro-inflammatory cytokines are decreased. Suggesting a possible mechanism why full-body cryotherapy may help you fight inflammation and why it’s viewed as beneficial for everything from autoimmune conditions to muscle soreness to post-surgery recovery.”

Committed fans of Cryotherapy swear that it can minimize pores and tighten skin.

According to Hollywood nutritionist Haylie Pomroy the chamber can have a subtle enhancement on metabolism for about 3 days, while Cryotherapy can increase the accessibility of your body’s growth hormone, which has whole-body anti-aging effects but diminishes as we get older.”

If you’re trying to wind back the clock and get a natural glow and youthful skin, Whole Body Cryotherapy may be the treatment you have been waiting for.





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