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When beauty meets technology,

beautiful things happen.

This is not another cream, scrub or massage.

It’s a proven biological process.

Backed by science.

Our claims may sound sensational,

but that’s because the results are sensational.

Increased collagen production.

Less fine lines and wrinkles.

Cellulite disappears.

Fat pockets are gone.

No Photoshop. No filter.

It's you, it's real.

Look good. Feel great. Let go of insecurities.

That's the power of Cryoskin 

What is CryoSkin

Cryoskin is a revolutionary machine from Europe

which uses heat and cold to destroy fat cells


The technology is applied using a massage

technique which is painless and non invasive.

No suction, no surgery. Just incredible results in 30



Fat cells hate the cold so much, they self destruct at -2ºC.

Cryoskin 2.0 cools the skin just enough to kill fat cells whilst

improving the quality of your skin. Tests conducted in

Europe have shown Cryoskin 2.0 to reduce fat by an average

of 38%.


All gain, no pain. Unlike other fat loss treatments, Cryoskin

2.0 has all the fat loss benefits without the horrible side

effects. In fact 88% of people surveyed found the treatment

to be comfortable, even relaxing. Want to know the worst

side effects we’ve had reported? A little bit of numbness and

a little bit of redness for a couple of days after. No worse than

waxing right?


Cryoskin 2.0 sessions last 20 - 30 minutes, fitting around

you and your lifestyle. You won’t need time off for recovery. In

fact, Cryoskin 2.0 is so convenient, you could have a session

in your lunch break.


Cryoskin 2.0 uses science that works with your body’s natural

systems. The peltier effect gives Cryoskin 2.0 precise

temperature control creating the perfect conditions to destroy

fat cells without damaging surrounding tissue, leaving your

lymphatic system to remove dead cells. When compared to

other fat loss alternatives, it’s much less scary.

No Skin Damage.

Some fat loss and cellulite treatments can actually damage

your skin. Where’s the sense in that? Cryoskin 2.0 is completely

non-invasive so there’s no risk of scarring or tissue damage.

Cryoskin 2.0's heating and cooling effect has been found to

increase oxygen supply, aiding collagen production. What does

that mean for you? No damage, just smoother skin and a

reduction in fine lines and wrinkles.

Value For Money.

Our cutting-edge technology was developed with salons in

mind. Why does that matter? Since there’s no need for a

medical practitioner on site, our treatments are more cost

effective. But non-medical doesn’t mean non-skilled. Our

technicians know how to get the best out of our technology,

allowing Cryoskin 2.0 to safely deliver great results at a fraction

of the cost.

Thermal treatments to sculpt parts of your

body when regular diet & exercise just won’t do.

Chess not Checkers 

Other treatments are not nearly as effective as ours and cost more than 5 times more. Our results are immediate and customized. 

Why pay more for less? Cryoskin is the smart move. 

The average adult loses 50 to 70 billion cells every day. Our cells are programmed to die, and there’s no need to be alarmed by this, because it is natural. In fact, when cells don’t die, it usually means they are cancerous.

Normal, healthy cells die when they are supposed to (a process called “apoptosis”), and they are then flushed out of the body through various processes. Sometimes you can trigger the natural process of apoptosis for certain kinds of cells, and this is what allows cryolipolysis to safely and non-invasively help with body shaping.

Cold Triggers Apoptosis of Fat Cells

Cryolipolysis is the process of removing fat cells by freezing them. Because fat cells freeze at a higher temperature than skin, muscle, or nerve cells, a targeted dose of cold can trigger apoptosis in fat cells without affecting other tissue. If you watch television, you may have seen commercials for a process called CoolSculpting, which is a trademarked type of cryolipolysis. When you undergo CoolSculpting, an operator attaches vacuum-like paddles to your body. These paddles suction your fat and then cool it. It takes an hour or two, and you will see results in about two weeks, which is how long it takes the lymphatic system to dump the dead fat cells.

Or you may want to try another type of cryolipolysis, called Cryoskin.  With Cryoskin, there is no suction. An operator runs a wand over targeted areas of your body. The wand is computer-controlled to impart heat or cold at precise temperatures, triggering apoptosis in the fat cells and stimulating skin cells to produce collagen.

Two Processes Compared

Both Coolsculpting and Cryoskin are safe, noninvasive, and effective. So how do you decide which one is for you? 

1. Speed of Results. Both Cryoskin and CoolSculpting take up to two weeks for your lymphatic system to flush out the first round of fat cells, but Cryoskin shows measurable results in a single session. Most Cryoskin clients lose half an inch in a single session, and it’s often a lot more than that. This is because Cryoskin does more than freeze fat. It also stimulates collagen production, which creates an immediate toning effect. According to Medical News Today, CoolSculpting often takes one to four months to show results.

2. Comfort. Both processes are noninvasive and therefore painless, but that doesn’t mean there’s no discomfort. According to the CoolSculpting website, “As the cooling begins during the first few minutes, you typically feel intense cold. This soon dissipates. With some applicators, you’ll feel some pulling as suction is applied. The area generally goes numb within 5 to 10 minutes during treatment.” Compare this to Cryoskin, which 88% of clients say is enjoyable and similar to massage. The other 12%, who may object to the cold, say it’s nevertheless bearable because it’s offset by heat during each session.

3. Side Effects. Both processes can have side effects. Cryoskin has low incidences of redness and numbness, which can last from a few hours to a couple days. CoolSculpting can result in numbness as well, but it is also known for “shelving,” which is fat collecting in some areas due to the suction used. This has happened often enough to create business opportunities. We recently found a body contouring center in Nashville that publishes a web page titled “How to Fix CoolSculpting Dents, Shelves, and Other Uneven Side Effects.”

4. Cost. On the subject of cost, the CoolSculpting website quotes Dr. Sheila Nazarian of Nazarian Plastic Surgery: “Most CoolSculpting treatments cost anywhere from $2,000 to $4,000, depending on how many areas you want to treat.” On the other hand, at Forge, we charge $350 for a single Cryoskin session, and we offer a 5-pack for only $1500.