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Powerful, precise tools for the simple and painless removal of all benign skin lesions.

Skin Tags, Warts, Moles, Verrucas all treated with pain free technology from the world leader in cryotherapy, Freezpen.


FreezPen utilizes Nitrous Oxide (N2O), a safer alternative to Liquid Nitrogen (N2), which is commonly used in other forms of cryo-therapy. N2O rapidly freezes and destroys targeted cells, but it’s not so cold as to cause unwanted damage to the surrounding healthy tissue.

FreezPen’s applicator, designed for precision, allows for a gas outflow that targets only the lesion and provides maximum accuracy during the treatment.

How does FreezPen Work?

1. FreezPen rapidly and precisely freezes the unwanted lesion.

1. FreezPen rapidly and precisely freezes the unwanted lesion.

2. Water in the lesion cells will freeze, expand and rupture the cell membrane.

2. Water in the lesion cells will freeze, expand and rupture the cell membrane.

3. Targeted lesion cells are destroyed, and the lesion disappears after healing.

3. Targeted lesion cells are destroyed, and the lesion disappears after healing.

FreezPen Q&A

What is Cryo-therapy?

Cryo-therapy is a procedure that uses extreme cold to destroy unwanted tissue – most unwanted skin lesions can be treated in this way, including warts, moles, skin tags and verrucas amongst others.

How is it different to brightening products or lasers?

This in clinic treatment, provides brighter lighter skin.

How does it Work?

Tissue cells are destroyed during the procedure when they are rapidly brought down to a low temperature forming ice crystals. The ice crystals break down the structure of the cell and water then fills the surrounding area creating a blister. Healing occurs within 2 to 6 weeks depending on the depth of the freeze.

Is it painful?

There may be some tingling with the initial freezing, but most patients get an anaesthetic effect from the extreme freezing temperatures. More of a pinching sensation occurs when the area thaws out. Some patients may have some discomfort the day after the first procedure but paracetamol or ibuprofen is usually adequate to alleviate this.

Will there be scarring?

Typically FreezPen® leaves the least amount of scarring of any form of lesion removal because it causes the least damage to the connective tissue.
The area of skin treated will appear lighter than the surrounding skin which usually darkens over time.

Skin Peels

Skin peel treatments make use of acids and enzymes to exfoliate away layers of the skin to reveal fresher, clearer, more youthful looking skin! This non-surgical facial procedure can enhance & freshen your look.

Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin and scars — usually on the face – and work by harnessing the power of naturally occurring fruit acids and enzymes to deeply exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin.

What is a peel?

A chemical peel is solution applied to the face to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of new cells. The aim is to improve the appearance of the skin – for example, by reducing age spots and evening out skin tone.

Why have a clinical peel?

While at-home peels contain 1-5% active ingredients, professional peels generally contain anywhere from 10%-20%. What does this mean for your skin? An even greater concentration of the good-for-you ingredients found in your favourite at-home skin care products!

Types of Peels

Lactic Acid

Exfoliates dead skin cells from the surface leaving the skin softer smoother and brighter Encourages skin cell turnover and boosts collagen

Salicylic Acid

Deeply exfoliating, penetrates right down into the follicle. Controls inflamed pustules and redness associated with rosacea.


Can include salicylic acid, lactic acid, resorcinol, and sometimes trichloroacetic acid (TCA). The exfoliating acids loosen the bonds between skin cells to shed old, dead cells and reveal healthy, fresh skin.


Further questions? Book a free consultation to assess your needs and determine if this is for you.