Treatment for quick, Pain-Free Removal of Skin Tags, Moles, & More.

Cryotherapy employs a precision-focused jet of highly compressed liquefied Nitrous Oxide (N2O) to effectively eliminate benign lesions. This innovative treatment freezes the inter-cellular fluid within the lesions, forming ice crystals that rupture the cell membrane, ultimately destroying the cells. The advanced applicator tips ensure precise treatment, targeting only the lesion while preserving the surrounding healthy tissue. This approach significantly reduces the risk of post-treatment hypo and hyper-pigmentation, making it a safe choice for treating areas near the eyes and all over the face and body.

The Cryotherapy Treatment Process:

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A personalized consultation tailors your treatment plan.

• Initiate a customized skincare routine to enhance results and minimize complications, such as hyperpigmentation.
• Thoroughly cleanse the skin.
• No need for topical anesthesia, as the procedure is relatively pain-free.
• Treat up to 8 lesions in a single session.

Due to the blistering effect, please arrange your treatment session around your social events

Conditions Treated with Cryotherapy:

Cryotherapy is highly effective for treating various skin conditions, including:

• Skin Tags • Cherry Angiomas • Benign Moles • Solar Lentigo • Seborrheic Keratosis • Sebaceous Hyperplasia • Actinic Keratosis • Hemangioma • Fibromas • Dermatofibroma • Filiforms (warts)

Who Should Avoid Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy may not be suitable for the following cases:

• Undiagnosed Skin Lesions
• Melanoma
• Patients with Dark Skin
• Lesions Requiring Tissue Pathology
• Patients with a History of Adverse Reactions to Cryotherapy or Those Unable to Tolerate Side Effects
• Conditions Exacerbated by Cold Exposure, Including Raynaud's Disease, Cold Urticaria, and Cryoglobulinemia

Possible Side Effects:

• Discomfort for less than 45 seconds
• Paraesthesia (temporary)
• Swelling especially around  the eyes, forehead and lips
• Headache
• Secondary wound infections
• Temporary local nerve damage
• Permanent hypopigmentation or scarring
• Atrophic scarring
• Alopecia or loss of hair  (if lesions are over a hair-bearing area)
• Persistent or recurrent skin lesions, requiring further cryotherapy, surgery, or other treatment


• Diligent use of sunscreen and moisturizer
• Avoid active skincare products like exfoliating agents and retinols until treated areas heal
• Once the blister dries to a scab, refrain from picking at it; the scab naturally peels off after 5–10 days on the face.


Dr May Marr Cosmetic Physician Lennox Head


Dr May Marr is a Flinders University Medical School graduate and a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She has a long-held interest in aesthetic medical procedures and evidence-based skin care. She holds a passionate belief that people should have access to procedures and products that are research-backed, ethically prescribed and skilfully delivered.

Dr Marr has trained with Dr Jacque Le Coz at the Institute of Mesotherapy in Paris. She holds an Advanced Diploma in Dermatology from the Australian Institute of Dermatology and in 2020 completed her Dermatology Fellowship.

The ethical, educational and procedural standards that Dr Marr brings to aesthetic medicine have been recognised by some of the largest aesthetic companies in the world. She holds advanced injector status and her extensive clinical experience sees her regularly called upon as an industry educator.