Smooth out fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, nose, mouth and neck. Stimulation of the basal cells in the skin rejuvenates the production of collagen, elastin and hydration in the epidermis, smoothing, filling out and invigorating the skin. Facial treatments take from 30 seconds to 2 minutes.
Why you need a Cryo Facial
The Cryo Facials, also known as Frotox, can smooth out fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, nose, mouth and neck. Causing stimulation of the basal cells induce the skin rejuvenate production of collagens, elastin and hydration in the epidermis, smoothing, plumping out and invigorating the skin.
Facial treatments takes around 10 minutes to perform as it increases production of elastin and collagens in the skin, pulls aging and loose skin tighter, this treatment is great for the whole body.
Frotox Cryo-Facials are the natural way for you to turn back the hands of time
Cryo Facials Before & After Photos
Collagen and the Skin
Collagen is a fibrous protein that accounts for one-third of all protein in our bodies. It also makes up 80% of our skin. Collagen provides a strong middle layer—or dermis—for our skin. When we’re young, this foundation keeps our faces smooth and staves of the imperfections we see with aging, like lines, wrinkles, and skin laxity.
This fibrous protein also creates a strong anchor for our skin to hold on to, ensuring it stays in place. The fat pads that make our cheekbones prominent and the apples of our cheeks full stay in place and keep our faces looking proportional.
The dermis also houses the protein elastin and the sugar hyaluronic acid—both crucial for healthy, young-looking skin.
This protein gets its name because of its flexibility and how elastic it allows our skin to be. When you stretch or pinch an area of skin when you’re young, it will snap back to place thanks to this protein. Elastin works with collagen to make sure our skin stays in place and doesn’t become lax.
As we age, we lose elastin, and our skin can’t hold up to gravity the way it used to. We can notice that our eyebrows sag, our skin can look loose and stretched, and wrinkles prove our skin isn’t snapping back anymore.
This is a sugar our bodies produce to keep our skin, eyes, and other connective tissues lubricated. Holding one thousand times its weight in water, hyaluronic acid is responsible for our skin feeling supple and looking dewy. When we’re young, we may not need the amount or strength of moisturizer we do as we age.
As we get older, our skin needs heavier creams, our joints may become uncomfortable, and our eyes can feel dry and itchy. This is all because of a lack of hyaluronic acid.
The Decline of Collagen
There’s nothing we can do to prevent aging from robbing us of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid—it’s a natural decline. In our early 20s, our production starts its decline, and we lose about 1% each year after that. There’s an even more dramatic drop-off for women after menopause.
Genetics can play a role in collagen production. You’re likely to have a similar production level and decline rate of collagen as your family members. This is why some people seem to not age at all while others seem to age more rapidly and dramatically. We can’t stop our loss of collagen, but there are things we do that speed up its decline:
What Happens When Collagen Breaks Down
As our production slows and collagen breaks down, it weakens the deeper layers of our skin, causing our face to lose its anchor. Certain weaknesses in the dermis create different sized areas of volume loss. Some can be smaller, as when our skin falls to create small lines and wrinkles. Other areas can be larger, and we can lose volume in places like our cheeks and cheekbones.
The decline in collagen also allows our cells to damage more easily, causing age and sunspots, discoloration, and uneven texture. Restoring collagen is the key to reversing these signs of aging.