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Medical Conditions


If you are pregnant you will NOT be able to use KRYOGENIX

If you are currently or have previously been affected by any of the following, you will need written consent from your Doctor before you can use the treatments and therapies KRYOGENIX offer. 

  • High blood pressure

  • Cardiovascular diseases

  • Reynauds disease

  • Diabetes

  • Seizures/epilepsy

  • Allergy or sensitivity to cold

  • Vein inflammations

  • Thrombosis

  • Anaemia

  • Chronical respiratory diseases/asthma

  • Kidney disease

  • Hypothyroidism

  • Arteriosclerosis

  • Cancer

  • Claustrophobia

  • HIV

  • Croglonulinemia (Blood clotting disorder associated with extreme temperatures)

  • Fever

  • Unstable angina pectoris

  • Arrhythmia

  • Peripheral arterial occlusive disease

  • Stroke

  • Heart attack

  • Pulmonary embolism

  • Acute or recent myocardial infarction

  • Excessive perspiration

  • Circulatory/sensory disturbances in your arms or legs

  • Skin problems or fresh scars

  • Acute or recent cerebrovascular accident

  • Any infectious diseases

  • Any infections

  • If you are taking medication on a regular basis

  • If you have recently taken any narcotics

  • If you have a pacemaker

  • If you have any implants

Possible side effects


  • Pain: Discomfort can occur both at the time of treatment and for some time afterwards. Pain relief
    taken for the first 24 hours after Cryotherapy may relieve that discomfort; also taking pain relief
    before can reduce the discomfort.

  • Swelling and redness: This is normal and usually settles after two or three days.

  • Blistering: This is also a common consequence of Cryotherapy and blisters settle after a few days
    as the scab forms. Some people blister more easily than others and this does not necessarily mean
    that the skin has been frozen too much. Occasionally the blisters may become filled with blood.

  • Infection: Infection can occur, resulting in increased pain and the formation of pus. This may require
    topical antiseptic or antibiotic therapy.

Cryotherapy close to the eyes may induce prominent puffiness of the lower eyelids which settles
within a day.
A steroid is applied to the area of your body after Cryotherapy to help reduce inflammation, except in
the case of viral warts. For a short while the treated area may ooze a little.

Longer term

  • Scarring: Rarely, a scar may form.

  • Pigmentation changes: The skin at or around the Cryotherapy site may lighten or darken in colour, especially in dark-skinned people. This usually improves with time, but may be permanent.

  • Numbness: If a superficial nerve is frozen, it may result in numbness of the area of skin supplied bythat nerve. Normal feeling usually returns within a matter of months.

Care of the area(s) after Cryotherapy?


You can wash the area as normal but pat the area dry.
A scab will form and will eventually drop off.
A dressing or plaster is not necessary, but may be advisable if the area is oozing or is prone to being
irritated or rubbed by clothing.


Declaration of Consent

Before entering the KRYOGENIX you will need to be willing to sign a Declaration of Consent, which will say the following:


  • I confirm the information above is correct. I confirm that I have been fully informed about the risks regarding the equipment and/or treatments, and I accept responsibility for my use of the equipment/treatments. 

  • I understand that this consent form covers future treatments within KRYOGENIX and that it will be my responsibility to update the information provided if necessary. 


Appropriate Clothing

In order to enter the Cryotherapy Chamber  you will need to ensure you are wearing appropriate clothing.

You will not be permitted to enter if you are wearing makeup, contact lenses or any piercings.

You will need to wear shorts and a vest/swimwear, and KRYOGENIX will provide you with a gloves, boots to enter the Cryotherapy Chamber.


KRYOGENIX Team Members 

Please be aware that while you are undertaking treatments at KRYOGENIX, you will be accompanied by either a male or female KRYOGENIX team member. If you have a strong preference to have either a specifically male or specifically female team member accompany you, we advise you to contact KRYOGENIX directly before booking a treatment. 

Cancellation Policy

(You may cancel up to 24 hours prior to Session, with full money back guarantee

Arrival Policy 

Please ensure you arrive 15 minutes before the start time of your treatment(s). If you arrive late your treatment will not be rescheduled but you will still be charged. 


In accordance with UK and EU legislation we confirm that there is no intention implied or otherwise that any KRYOGENIX treatments are given with the intention of it being a cure, diagnosis or as a preventative for any disease. Any references, studies or testimonials on this website do not imply that similar results will occur when the same therapy is experienced by another.


Health Declaration Consent

Please fill out and sign the following health declaration consent form in order to participate in our activity. Submissions are valid up to 6 months.
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