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FAQS

  • WHAT WILL MY FIRST WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY SESSION INVOLVE?
    Step 1: In-Take Consultation Before your first Whole Body Cryotherapy session, you will be required to have an in-take consultation with one of our friendly, fully trained, Whole Body Cryotherapy operators. ​ During the short in-take consultation, we will collect your basic health information go through some medical questions (to ensure you do not have any pre-existing or recent conditions that may prevent you from using Whole Body Cryotherapy) and discuss what you hope to achieve from the therapy. Step 2: Initial Exposure Session. Following the in-take consultation, you will be asked to get changed and undergo an initial exposure session in the cryotherapy chamber. This will access your cold susceptibility and comfort. What makes having Whole Body Cryotherapy at CryoBright unique is our medically approved software. Our software takes into account all of the information gathered during the in-take consultation and initial exposure session and creates a personalised treatment protocol for you to follow.
  • HOW LONG WILL MY SESSION LAST?
    Your first visit appointment time will be 30 minutes to allow for the initial consultation. Subsequent appointments will be 15 minutes, allowing you time to get changed into the protective gear we’ll supply. The actual time you will spend inside the cryo chamber will vary by individual but sessions typically last between 3-5 minutes.
  • WHAT HAPPENS TO MY BODY DURING A WBC SESSION?
    You step inside a chamber of electronically cooled air ( -85 degrees) for a short period of time approx. 3-5 minutes Your skin receptors immediately detect the extreme cold and send a message to your brain Your brain reacts and triggers the flight or fight response Your blood vessels narrow in the arms and legs and blood flow is slowed The majority of your blood is sent to your core to protect your vital organs When the blood is constricted to the core it is being replenished with oxygen and nutrients. Your blood is being supercharged! Happy hormones are released, your nerve velocity is reduced and muscles will relax The pro-inflammatory cytokines (small proteins which white blood cells secrete) decrease and anti-inflammatory cytokines increase Once you step out of the chamber your blood vessels widen to 4 x their normal size and enriched, super charged, oxygen rich blood is released from the core and rushes around the body. Your body achieves an improved ability to eliminate free radicals, naturalize toxins and repair cellular damage.
  • WHAT DO I WEAR?
    Cryotherapy works on the body’s reaction to the cold, so it is essential that 90% of your skin is exposed. However, certain areas of your body must be protected so you will be given the following to wear during your treatment: Men – shorts, socks, slippers, gloves, protection for your ears and a facemask Women – shorts, sports bra, socks, slippers, gloves, protection for your ears and a facemask Each client is given a clean freshly washed set of protective clothing. If you would rather wear your own shorts / sports bra then that’s absolutely fine too. All jewellery and body piercings must be removed. You should not apply oils, lotions, or perfumes immediately prior to treatment. Make-up is fine to wear. It is essential that your skin is dry before entering the chamber.
  • DO I NEED A SHOWER BEFORE OR AFTER MY WBC SESSION?
    No. The entire procedure is dry and does not make your skin wet. There is also no need to shower after a session either. For this reason you can jump into the cryo chamber before work, during your lunch break or on your way home or before/after exercise.
  • HOW COLD DOES IT GET?
    Our state of the art, fully electric Whole Body Cryotherapy Chamber reaches temperatures of -85 degrees celsius, temporarily lowering the skin surface temperature by 15-20 degrees Celcius.
  • HOW DOES WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY COMPARE TO AN ICE BATH?
    The temperature of an ice bath is around 15 degrees Celsius and the temperature inside our cryo chamber is -85 degrees Celsius. 3-5 minutes in our state of the art electric cryo chamber similar to an icebath without uncomfortable feeling of submerging in ice cold water. The extremely cold air cools the skin layers and cold receptors lowering the skin temperature to 10-20 degrees celcius. This causes the brain to restrict blood flow to your extremities, which is the body’s natural fight-or-flight response to extreme cold. The body reacts to the Whole Body Cryotherapy treatment by releasing anti-inflammatory proteins and endorphins resulting in super-charged blood. Fifteen minutes in an ice bath of cold water initially causes the body to move blood to the extremities and results in a lowering of the body’s core temperature.
  • IS CRYOTHERAPY COMFORTABLE?
    Yes, cryotherapy involves hyper-cooled dry air, with little to no moisture and is tolerable even to those who consider themselves cold intolerant. Even though temperatures are a lot colder, it’s not the same shock as you would get jumping into an ice bath or the freezing cold sea. Trust us, you will soon become addicted to the massive high you get from a session!
  • HOW WILL I FEEL AFTER A SESSION?
    Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates the body to release endorphins - the hormones that make us feel alert and energetic. The energized effects from each session typically last six to eight hours post treatment. The more treatments you do in close succession, the longer the endorphin high lasts. Many clients also report improvements in their sleep quality after Cryotherapy. Muscle aches and stiff joints also feel a sense of relief.
  • CAN I CATCH A COLD FROM WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?
    No. The immediate cold impact of the cryotherapy will raise the internal body temperature for a short period of time. The stimulation of the immune system can help decrease the severity and frequency of future colds.
  • HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE NEEDED TO ACHIEVE OPTIMAL RESULTS?
    This will depend on you goal or reason for using whole body cryotherapy. Most people report tangible benefits after one or two sessions but, like any form of training, consistency is key to maximise results. When first starting (or restarting) it is recommended to use the chamber as often as possible for at least 2 weeks. this allows the time for your body to adapt and respond positively to the cold stimulus.
  • IS EXERCISE RECOMMENDED AFTER THE CRYOTHERAPY SESSION?
    Yes, an advantage of cryotherapy over ice therapy is that tissues and muscle are not frozen. Ten minutes of light exercise post cryotherapy will induce more rapid vasodilation of the blood vessels and capillaries and extend the period of analgesia. It is also ideal post-workout to speed athletic recovery and ease sore muscles.
  • IS IT SAFE?
    Absolutely. At CryoBright safety is our top priority and for that reason, we opted for an electric Whole Body Cryotherapy Chamber. An electrically cooled chamber offers more evenly distributed air and allows whole-body cooling, without the risks commonly associated with nitrogen fuelled chambers.
  • I AM CLAUSTROPHOBIC, CAN I USE WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?"
    Yes. The chamber door does not lock and you can walk out at any time. You will be able to see your cryo operator at all times, they will stay with you for the entire process to ensure you are happy and comfortable. If for any reason you do want the treatment to end the operator can end it immediately and you can simply walk out.
  • IS THERE ANY AGE RESTRICTIONS FOR WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?
    Anyone over the age of 16 can use Whole Body Cryotherapy, but those younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Authorised consent will be required before any treatment is given. There is no upper age limit, providing there are no known medical conditions that would preclude the use of Cryotherapy. If you have any concerns, please speak to your GP first.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?
    Whole Body Cryotherapy is safe for most, however there are some medical contraindications, which include: Pregnancy High blood pressure Acute or recent myocardial infarction Unstable angina Arrhythmia, Symptomatic cardiovascular disease Respiratory disease Cardiac pacemaker Peripheral arterial occlusive disease Heart valve defects Vasculitis Hypothyroidism, with a high sensitivity to cold Recent heart surgery Venous thrombosis Acute or recent cerebrovascular accident Uncontrolled seizures Severe Raynaud’s Syndrome Fever or chest infection Symptomatic lung disorders Bleeding disorders Severe anaemia Infection Cold-allergy Acute kidney and urinary tract diseases Pregnancy Cancer or currently undergoing cancer treatment If you have any of the above, then the treatment is not suitable for you. If you have another medical condition and are unsure whether it is safe for you to use the Whole Body Cryotherapy Chamber, then we would advise you to check with your doctor before booking your appointment. In some cases a doctors letter may be required. Each client will need to complete a form including medical questionnaire confirming you have none of the above, to ensure suitability for treatment.
  • HOW MUCH WILL MY SKIN TEMPERATURE DROP?
    Your skin temperature drops by 15-20 degrees. This skin temperature drop, and activation of thermoreceptors is what triggers the physiological responses in your body. You have skin receptors all over your entire body, but some regions have more cold receptors then others. The face and neck for example have a very high concentration of cold receptors, which is why Whole Body Cryotherapy in our V1 Lux chamber is so important. By also exposing the head, you get the added benefit of an immediate improvement in cognitive function.
  • WHAT IMPACT DOES WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY HAVE ON INFLAMMATION?
    In terms of inflammation Whole Body Cryotherapy has two key benefits: 1. Whole Body Cryotherapy decreases pro-inflammatory cytokines and increases anti-inflammatory cytokines. Cytokines are small proteins which the bodies white blood cells secrete. Cytokines play a very important role in human health and they function to help regulate the inflammatory and immune responses. There are two types of cytokines: pro-inflammatory or anti-inflammatory. Pro-inflammatory cytokine tends to make disease or the symptoms of a disease worse by causing fever, inflammation, tissue destruction, and in some cases, even shock. Excessive amounts of pro-inflammatory cytokines have been shown to cause detrimental effects. Anti-inflammatory cytokines work to reduce/balance the inflammatory response. 2. Whole Body Cryotherapy will help ease the symptoms of Inflammation. Whole Body Cryotherapy will not eliminate the inflammatory response in the body, it will support and regulate it. The inflammatory response mechanism, is the bodies protective response against infection and injury. It is an important defence mechanism and needs to happen for the body to heal. However, this inflammatory response mechanism goes together with certain signs and signals, the Cardinal Signs, which include: Redness Heat Swelling Pain Loss of function Cryotherapy supports the healing process (the inflammatory process) by reducing the cardinal signs of inflammation, which can often be painful and uncomfortable. In addition, if acute inflammation fails to stop when the original injury or infection has cleared, it can become chronic and damaging to healthy tissues. Whole Body Cryotherapy can help ease symptoms of both acute and chronic inflammation.
  • WHAT IS LOCALISED CRYOTHERAPY?
    Localised cryotherapy is administered by directing a controlled beam of CO2 Vapour directly onto a specific problem area of the body, such as the knee, hand, foot, hip, neck or shoulder. The cooling process produces a thermal shock deep into the tissue layers and causes blood to be taken away from the injured or inflamed area and the blood will then find nutrients to bring back to the problem area expediting recovery.
  • DOES IT HURT?
    No, local cryotherapy treatments do not hurt. At most, the cold may feel a little more intense than you may be accustomed to and you will likely experience some tightening of the skin. The air jet is dry, rather than wet like ice, so although it will feel cold, it is not painful
  • HOW MANY SESSIONS SHOULD I HAVE?
    This will depend completely on your condition/objectives. You will likely feel some immediate benefit from your initial localised cryotherapy session, but the benefits are cumulative and the best results are always achieved through a series of 5 sessions and then followed up with periodic maintenance sessions.
  • IS IT SAFE?
    Yes, local cryotherapy is considered to be completely safe and treatments are totally non-invasive. If you are pregnant or have hypertension or cardiovascular problems you should avoid cryotherapy. If you are still in any doubt, please consult your doctor before booking any appointment.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS OF LOCALISED CRYOTHERAPY?
    Localised cryotherapy is safe for most, however there are some medical contraindications, which include: Thrombosis Phlebitis Circulation insufficiency in area to be treated Cold induced Angina Cold Urticaria Open wounds or sores in area to be treated Peripheral vascular disease Varicose veins Large bacterial or viral skin infection Severe anaemia Deep vein thrombosis Acute renal or urinary disorders Acute febrile diseases of the respiratory tract Cancer Pregnancy If you have any of the above, then the treatment is not suitable for you. If you have another medical condition and are unsure whether it is safe for you to have localised cryotherapy, then we would advise you to check with your doctor before booking your appointment. In some cases a doctors letter may be required.
  • WHAT IS CRYO BODY SCULPTING?
    Cryo Body Sculpting, also known as cryo-lipolysis or ’fat-freezing’, is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves using a specialised cryotherapy device to rapidly drop the skin temperature in targeted areas of the body to between 0-4 degrees to freeze and destroy fat cells. Fat-freezing is a safe and effective treatment, used to reduce stubborn areas of fat in areas such as; the stomach, back, thighs, bottom, arms and chin. Over time, the body naturally eliminates the dead fat cells through the lymphatic system, resulting in a reduction of unwanted fat in the treated area and a firmer, more contoured effect.
  • IS IT SAFE?
    Yes, Cryo Body Sculpting is considered a safe procedure. It is a non-surgical alternative to procedures like liposuction, and it does not involve any incisions, anesthesia, or downtime. However, it's important to consult with your doctor if you are unsure of your suitability. There is a small risk of skin irritation, discolouration or superficial burn in the treated area due to extreme cold temperatures and high pressure of the devise used, especially in those with sensitive skin. We recommend using a healing gel such as aloe vera which can help sooth and speed recovery of the area should irritation occur.
  • WHAT EQUIPMENT IS USED?
    We use the TruCryo KaasenPro, a high pressured, safe, advanced cryo technology device manufactured here in the UK. For more information on the equipment visit https://trucryo.com/
  • WHAT IS CRYOLIPOLYSIS AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
    Cryolipolysis, or commonly known as 'Fat Freezing', is a non-invasive method that subjects fat cells to controlled hyper-cooling, causing them to undergo apoptosis (cell death). Over time, the body naturally eliminates these damaged fat cells, which can lead to a noticeable reduction in fatty areas and improvements in body shape and skin firmness.
  • WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR CRYO BODY SCULPTING?
    Fat freezing is generally suitable for individuals who have stubborn pockets of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise. It is not a weight-loss solution, but rather a body contouring treatment. Ideal candidates are within a healthy weight range, have realistic expectations about the results and maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
  • WHAT RESULTS CAN I REALISTICALLY EXPECT TO ACHIEVE?
    While fat freezing can effectively target and reduce stubborn areas of fat, it's important to note that its primary focus is not weight loss in general. For individuals seeking overall weight loss and fat reduction, adopting a holistic approach is key. Alongside fat freezing, we would recommend incorporating other healthy habits into your lifestyle. This includes maintaining a well-balanced and nutritious diet, staying adequately hydrated by drinking plenty of water, and consciously limiting the consumption of sugar and processed foods. Additionally, regular exercise plays a vital role in achieving and sustaining weight loss goals. By combining these practices, you can enhance your overall results and create a healthier lifestyle. It's crucial to recognize that fat freezing is not a quick fix solution. Rather, it can be a valuable tool for those who have already made progress through diet and exercise but still struggle with specific areas of stubborn fat.
  • DOES IT HURT?
    Unlike other fat freezing methods, this treatment does not hurt, although the extreme cold and pressure at which it is administered can for some people feel a little uncomfortable and some report that their experience "can feel a little ‘stingy" - although this is very temporary.
  • HOW IS PROGRESS MEASURED?
    Progress is tracked using photos and by our Styku 3D Body Scanner which accurately tracks measurements and body shape changes over time. 3D body scans atre included in each of our Cryo Body Sculpt treatment packages.
  • ARE THE RESULTS PERMANENT?
    Yes, the results of fat freezing can be permanent. Once the fat cells are eliminated from the body, they do not regenerate. However, it's important to maintain a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise and a balanced diet to prevent the remaining fat cells from expanding or new ones growing. It is important to stress that these treatments are not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle, they are an assist.
  • ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
    Clients may experience: Increased energy & mood Some temporary redness in the treatment area Possibly more frequent bathroom visits (body flushing out the dead fat cells) On rare occasions: Mild bloating Mild rash If a treatment area is somewhat over-exposed to cold, a skin burn may occur. These can be easily treated with ointments such as silver dioxide, Silver Miracles Colloidal Silver Gel, Improved Medihoney Gel Wound & Burn, or other similar over-the-counter ointments On Clients who have darker skin, when/if the skin is injured, it can result in Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH). It is a temporary inflammatory response to the injury
  • HOW SOON CAN I EXPECT TO SEE RESULTS?
    Initial results of firmer and more contoured skin may be seen after the first session, however generally results can be seen and measured following a course of treatments, with gradual improvements continuing for several months as the body naturally eliminates the treated fat cells. Most will see initial progress within 4-5 treatments of their treatment program. Much of the results also depend on the individual, their body, and their overall health habits. The better the individual takes care of themselves, the more likely the better result.
  • ARE RESULTS GUARANTEED?
    No, fat freezing results are not guaranteed. While fat freezing can be effective for many individuals in reducing localiSed fat deposits, results can vary based on several factors. These include the individual’s body type, the area being treated, adherence to post-treatment care, and lifestyle choices such as diet and exercise. It is important to have realistic expectations and understand that while many people see noticeable improvements, the extent of fat reduction can differ from person to person. We offer a free consultation before undergoing any treatments to help set realistic goals and provide a better understanding of the potential outcomes based on your specific situation.
  • WHATS INCLUDED IN A CRYO BODY SCULPTING TREATMENT PACKAGE?
    Our cryo body sculpting treatment package includes the following: 6 Cryo Body Sculpting Treatment Sessions: You will receive a total of 6 cryo body sculpting sessions, each spaced one week apart. This schedule helps maximise the effectiveness of the treatment by allowing your body time to process and eliminate the targeted fat cells. Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage: After each session, we provide a manual lymphatic drainage massage. This massage helps enhance the body's natural lymphatic system, promoting the removal of toxins and aiding in the reduction of swelling and improving the overall results. Progress Tracking with Styku 3D Body Scanner: We use the Styku 3D body scanner to track your progress throughout the treatment. This advanced technology provides detailed measurements and visual representations of your body, allowing us to accurately monitor changes and ensure you are achieving your desired results. Our comprehensive approach ensures that you receive the best possible care and support throughout your Cryo Body Sculpting journey.
  • HOW MANY TREATMENTS ARE REQUIRED?
    The number of fat freezing sessions required varies depending on individual goals and the amount of fat to be treated. As minimum we would advise a course of 6 treatments. 1 session per week. Most clients, on average, go through a 12-treatment program. Changes can be, and usually are, subtle. Keep in mind that we’re freezing/killing subcutaneous fat (fat right below the skin) at each session, so it does come off in layers and not all at once. For Skin Tightening / Repair, we generally recommend a minimum of 12 treatments. The more reduction or tightening desired, the more treatments that will be needed. Also, everyone’s body responds to treatments differently. A very few experience some loss or improvement within one week of the first treatment, but the majority take more time. Results also depend on how well the individual takes care of themselves (i.e. nutrition, activity, exercise). There are some rare cases where getting reduction is more difficult. People with subpar lymphatic systems, hypothyroidism, hormonal imbalances (especially due to pre/post-menopause), or some other type of underlying physical abnormality can prevent fat loss.
  • ARE THERE ANY CONTRAINDICATED HEALTH CONDITIONS THAT MAY PROHIBIT ME FROM UNDERGOING CRYO BODY SCULPTING?
    Yes, there are several health conditions that may contraindicate the use of Cryo Body Sculpting. If you are in any doubt is important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before undergoing treatment to ensure it is safe for you. Some of the contraindicated health conditions include: Cold-Induced Conditions: Raynaud's Disease: A condition where cold temperatures cause spasms in the blood vessels, restricting blood flow. Cryoglobulinemia: A condition where abnormal proteins in the blood thicken in response to cold temperatures. Cold Urticaria: An allergy to cold temperatures, leading to hives and other allergic reactions. Severe Cardiovascular Conditions: Uncontrolled Hypertension: High blood pressure that is not well-managed can pose risks during treatment. Severe Heart Disease: Conditions that severely impact heart function can increase the risk of complications. Circulatory Disorders: Poor Circulation: Conditions such as severe varicose veins or peripheral arterial disease can affect the safety and efficacy of the treatment. Skin Conditions and Infections: Active Infections or open wounds in the treatment area. Recent Surgery or Scar Tissue: Recent surgical sites or significant scar tissue in the treatment area may be sensitive or prone to complications. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Cryo body sculpting is generally not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women due to the lack of sufficient research on its safety. Neuropathic Disorders: Conditions that affect the nerves, such as neuropathy, may interfere with the body's response to cold temperatures and affect treatment outcomes. Before starting Cryo Body Sculpting, we will be asked to complete a health questionnaire to identify any potential risks based on your medical history. This will help ensure the treatment is safe and appropriate for your specific health conditions.
  • IS CRYO BODY SCULPTING THE SAME AS LIPOSUCTION?
    Liposuction) is by far one of the best & fastest surgical fat removal procedures available. That said, it is impossible to compare liposuction to Cryo Body Sculpting because they are completely different in nature (surgical vs non-surgical). Cryo Body Sculpting is a fat-freezing treatment, and we utilise some of the most advanced equipment currently available. We freeze adipose tissue (fat just below the skin’s surface) during each treatment. The fat cells crystallize, permanently die, and flush out of the system over the course of several days to weeks/months. So, the process removes fat cells, as does liposuction, but in a different, slower, yet non-surgical way.
  • HOW MANY AREAS CAN BE TREATED IN A SESSION OR TREATMENT COURSE?
    In a single course of cryo body sculpting, we focus on treating only one area. This targeted approach ensures that we can provide the most effective and concentrated treatment to achieve the best possible results in the chosen area. By dedicating the entire course to one specific area, we can monitor progress closely and make any necessary adjustments to maximize fat reduction and overall outcomes. If you are interested in treating multiple areas, additional treatment courses can be scheduled sequentially to address each area individually.
  • WHAT IS COMPRESSION THERAPY?
    Pro Boots is a sequential air-filled compression device used by professional and amateur athletes worldwide to aid recovery and rehab from injury. The Pro Boots unit offers air-filled compression delivered by a multi-chamber garment filling each chamber in turn followed by a complete deflation. The effect is an increased blood flow, venous return, and removal of metabolic waste that causes soreness and muscle fatigue.
  • HOW LONG WILL MY SESSION LAST?
    The RecoveryPump is extremely powerful and can deliver a compression therapy session in a 20 minute cycle.
  • WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE?
    The tightening sensation is similar to the feeling you get when you have your blood pressure taken and can feel extremely therapeutic. Your legs will feel lighter and fresher and any muscle soreness will be decreased. If used for rehab or to reduce swelling you will be able to see a measurable difference.
  • WHEN SHOULD I USE THE COMPRESSION LEGS?
    You can use compression therapy before or after exercise, for routine training or high-level competition and also during rehab to aid the reduction of swelling.
  • WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
    Comfortable, yet tight-fitting clothes are best. If your clothes are too loose, the fabric can bunch up when the device compresses and feel uncomfortable. Please wear tracksuit bottoms or leggings and socks. Remove all items from pockets and avoid wearing anything with a zip or metal toggle on.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS OF COMPRESSION THERAPY?
    Compression Therapy is safe for most, however there are some medical contraindications, which include: Vascular issues Pulmonary embolism Severe peripheral artery disease Numbness or over sensitivity in the legs Open wounds in legs Recent surgery Nerve damage Pregnant Heart conditions Unexplained calve pain Cancer Blood Clots Severe swelling or unexplained inflammation in the legs Thrombosis Phlebitis Deep Vein Thrombosis If you have any of the medical conditions listed above, then Compression Therapy is not suitable for you. If you have another medical condition and are unsure whether Compression Therapy is safe for you to do, then we would advise you to consult with your doctor before booking an appointment. In some cases a doctors letter may be required.
  • WHAT IS THE CRYO FACIAL BOOST TREATMENT?
    Elevate your skincare routine with our transformative Cryo Facial Boost treatment. We begin with a thorough cleanse to prepare your skin for the rejuvenating benefits that follow. Our Cryoface mask, combined with special hyper-chilled cooling irons, lifts and contours while reducing inflammation, tightening pores, and stimulating collagen production. The result? A tighter, brighter, and more radiant complexion.
  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CRYO FACIAL TREATMENTS
    Our Cryo Facial treatments boost collagen production, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, shrink pores, reduce pigmentation and inflammation and puffiness, tighten and brighten skin, visibly lift and tone and promote skin cell renewal. For more specific information on our Sculpt & Glow Cryo Facial and Cryo Facial Boost treatments visit our treatment pages.
  • HOW MANY SESSIONS DO I NEED TO HAVE?
    You will notice some immediate benefits from your initial cryotherapy session, but the benefits are cumulative and the best results are always achieved through a series of 5 treatments and then followed up with periodic maintenance sessions.
  • WHAT IS THE SCULPT & GLOW CRYO FACIAL?
    CryoFace Sculpt & Glow is our signature 5-in-1 luxury facial, combining a cleanse, tone and nourishing mask, as well as specific facial massage techniques for the ultimate face workout and rejuvenation. The treatment also includes a neck, shoulder, hand and arm massage and finishes with 2 mins of cold therapy using our popular CRYOFACE Express mask.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR A CRYO FACE TREATMENT?
    Whilst this is a safe treatment for most, there are a few medical contraindications to consider, these include: Cold hypersensitivity Circulation issues Blood Disorder - any type Uncovered open wounds on face Botox or filler in last 14 days Metal plates or pins in face Vasculitis Cold Urticaria (cold allergy) Recent dental work or current dental issues Allergic to any oil or products Current eye infection Current skin condition on face - please make us aware If you are in any doubt or unsure whether this treatment is suitable for you, please consult your doctor prior to booking.
  • HOW DOES AN INFRARED SAUNA DIFFER FROM A TRADITIONAL SAUNA?
    A traditional sauna uses heat (usually generated by hot coals) to warm the air, which in turn warms your body. Infrared saunas use light to create heat. Infrared heat penetrates more deeply than the warmed air of traditional saunas, which allows you to experience a more intense sweat at a lower, more comfortable temperature.
  • IS INFRARED HEAT SAFE?
    Yes! We have been very careful to choose the safest technology available. The manufacturer of our sauna is recognised as being one of the best and has been certifed as using 100% non-toxic materials in its patented designs. The manufacturer has also commisioned independant 3rd party testing of its saunas - with results showing that it has one of the lowest EMF levels on the market. The use of Infrared heat is perfectly safe. In fact, this kind of heating is used to warm neonatal incubators!
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR THE INFRARED SAUNA?
    The Infrared Sauna is safe for most, however there are some medical contraindications, which include: History of heart or cardiovascular disease Low or High blood pressure Blood disorder Circulatory system problems Diabetes with neuropathy, Parkinson's, MS or Lupus Currently taking prescription medications which may be affected by heat Prone to dizziness or fainting Heat sensitivity or conditions associated with impaired sweating Bleeding disorders Pregnant Cancer If you have any of the medical conditions listed above, then the Infrared Sauna is not suitable for you. If you have another medical condition and are unsure whether the Infrared Sauna is safe for you to do, then we would advise you to consult with your doctor before booking an appointment. In some cases a doctors letter may be required. You will not be permitted to use the sauna if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • CAN I USE THE INFRARED SAUNA WHILST PREGNANT?
    No. To ensure the safety of you and your baby during pregnancy, it is not advised to use the sauna.
  • WHAT DO I WEAR IN THE SAUNA?
    We would recommend a swimsuit or a towel. Whatever you feel most comfortable in. But as 'little as possible' is best. The sauna is located in a dedicated treatment room, which you will have sole access to for the duration of your session. So your privacy is assured.
  • HOW LONG DOES A SESSION LAST?
    A maximum of 30 mins. If you are new to using infrared saunas then we would recommened that you limit your time in the sauna to 10-20 minutes for the first few sessions and build up your exposure times to ensure your body has opportunity to adapt.
  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD I USE AN INFRARED SAUNA?
    If you are using the sauna for therapeutic purposes then 3-4 times a week is recommened. For general wellness purposes then 1-2 times a month is sufficient.
  • DO YOU HAVE SHOWER FACILITIES AT CRYOBRIGHT?
    There are no shower facilities on site, but clean towels and wipes are provided. Whilst it may be tempting to shower off immediately after exiting the sauna, it is recommended to wait a short while so that your body has sufficient time to cool down naturally and finishing sweating/detoxing.
  • WILL I GET A TAN USING AN INFRARED SAUNA?
    No! Infrared saunas do not give you a sun tan because they do not contain the same UV rays as sunlight or a tanning bed.
  • ARE THERE ANY AGE RESTRICTIONS?
    Anyone over the age of 16 is permitted to use the sauna. However, those under the age 18 must be accompanied by an adult and written parental permission will be required. There is no upper age limit, however we would recommend that older adults go in for a shorter amount of time and at a lower temperature. As we age we are more prone to dehydration and dizziness which could lead to a fall. Extra care therefore needs to be taken.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR RED LIGHT THERAPY?
    While Red Light Therapy is suitable for most people, there are some medical contraindications including: • History of seizures • Recent burns • Malignant cancers • Pregnant • Eye disease • Light sensitivity • Fever or infection • Systemic lupus • Severe bleeding • Current use of photosensitising medications If you have any of the medical conditions listed above, then it is not recommended for you to undergo Red Light Therapy. If you have any other medical condition and are unsure whether it is safe for you to do Red Light Therapy, then we advise you to consult your doctor before booking an appointment.
  • WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF RED LIGHT THERAPY?
    There are a number of benefits of Red Light Therapy, these include: Improved skin health and rejuvenation. Enhanced wound healing and tissue repair. Reduction in inflammation and pain. Increased collagen production for anti-aging effects. Enhanced muscle recovery and reduced soreness. Improved sleep quality and circadian rhythm. Boosted testosterone levels. Accelerated hair growth. Enhanced joint health and reduced arthritis symptoms. Positive effects on thyroid function. Sharper mental acuity.
  • WHAT IS RED LIGHT THERAPY AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
    Red light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation, involves exposing the body to low levels of red or near-infrared light. This light penetrates the skin and stimulates cellular energy production, promoting healing and reducing inflammation.
  • HOW IS RED LIGHT THERAPY DIFFERENT FROM OTHER FORMS OF LIGHT THERAPY?
    Unlike some light therapies that use ultraviolet light, red light therapy utilizes low-level wavelengths that do not produce heat and are considered safe. It primarily focuses on stimulating cellular functions for therapeutic effects.
  • IS RED LIGHT THERAPY SAFE?
    Red light therapy is generally considered safe when used as directed. It does not involve the harmful UV rays associated with some other forms of light therapy. However, it's essential to follow guidelines and avoid overexposure.
  • HOW LONG DOES A SESSION LAST?
    The duration of a red light therapy session can vary, but it typically ranges from a few minutes to around 20 minutes.
  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD I DO RED LIGHT THERAPY?
    The frequency of red-light therapy sessions depends on the specific goals and conditions being treated. Some people may benefit from daily sessions, while others may find success with a few sessions per week. Consistency is key.
  • CAN RED LIGHT THERAPY BE USED IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER TREATMENTS?
    Yes, red light therapy can be used alongside other treatments, both conventional and complementary. However, it's crucial to discuss this with healthcare professionals to ensure compatibility and maximise potential benefits.
  • CAN RED LIGHT THERAPY HELP WITH MUSCLE RECOVERY AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE?
    Yes, red light therapy can support muscle recovery and athletic performance. Red light therapy delivers natural light to cells, aiding recovery by stimulating cellular repair and reducing inflammation. Penetrating the skin, it enhances mitochondrial function, promoting the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) – the energy currency of cells. This accelerates tissue healing, making it valuable for athletes recovering from injuries or strenuous workouts. Improved circulation and reduced oxidative stress contribute to faster recovery, decreased muscle soreness, enhanced overall well-being & performance.
  • CAN RED LIGHT THERAPY BE USED FOR SKIN CONDITIONS?
    Yes, red light therapy is known for its positive effects on the skin. Red light therapy promotes supple, rejuvenated skin by stimulating collagen production and increasing blood flow. Penetrating skin layers, it enhances cellular energy, facilitating the repair and regeneration of skin cells. Light exposure is crucial for skin cells as it influences the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), supporting essential cellular functions. By fostering collagen synthesis and cell renewal, red light therapy addresses aging concerns, reduces wrinkles, and improves overall skin texture. This non-invasive approach harnesses the power of light to promote vibrant and healthy skin throughout the body. Studies have also highlight its effectiveness in treating conditions like eczema, psoriasis, cold sores, acne, pigmentation disorders, and speeding up recovery post-surgery, making red light therapy a versatile and sought-after solution for holistic skin health.
  • CAN RED LIGHT IMPROVE MY SLEEP?
    Red light therapy may improve sleep by positively influencing the body's circadian rhythms and sleep-wake cycles. Exposure to red and near-infrared light, particularly in the evening, helps regulate the production of melatonin, a hormone crucial for sleep. Red light therapy may enhance the natural circadian rhythm, promoting a more synchronised and balanced sleep cycle.
  • CAN RED LIGHT THERAPY EASE JOINT PAIN?
    Red light therapy may alleviate joint pain by reducing inflammation, enhancing blood flow, and stimulating collagen production. The specific light wavelengths penetrate the skin, promoting cellular activity and circulation, effectively addressing arthritis symptoms. Studies demonstrate its effectiveness in managing various joint conditions, providing a natural and non-invasive solution for pain relief.
  • CAN RED LIGHT IMPROVE MY MENTAL ACUITY?
    Mental acuity refers to the sharpness of cognitive functions, encompassing information processing, memory, attention, and situational judgment. Red light therapy may enhance mental acuity by promoting better blood circulation, reducing inflammation, and positively influencing cellular function and energy production in the brain. These effects contribute to improved cognitive performance, making red light therapy a potential non-invasive intervention for enhancing mental clarity and overall cognitive function.
  • CAN RED LIGHT HAVE A POSITIVE EFFECT ON THYROID FUNCTION?
    Red light therapy may have a positive impact on thyroid function by stimulating cellular energy production. Research suggests it may enhance thyroid activity, regulate hormone levels, and reduce inflammation. This non-invasive approach shows potential in supporting thyroid health and improving overall well-being.
  • CAN RED LIGHT BOOST TESTOSTERONE?
    Red and NIR light effectively boost testosterone by stimulating energy production in Leydig cells. These cells, located in the testicles, naturally enhance testosterone levels. The heightened cellular energy, induced by controlled heat production, is attributed to the natural increase in testosterone production. Extensively demonstrated in numerous clinical studies, this powerful impact on the body's mitochondria underscores the efficacy of red light therapy in promoting testosterone production.
  • CAN RED LIGHT REDUCE INFLAMMATION?
    Red light therapy penetrates the skin, promoting cellular energy production and modulating immune responses. This leads to a reduction in pro-inflammatory markers and an enhancement of anti-inflammatory processes. By supporting the body's natural mechanisms, red light therapy effectively helps regulate inflammation, offering a non-invasive approach for promoting overall well-being.
  • IS PHYSIOTHERAPY THE SAME AS MASSAGE?
    No. Massage may be one of the techniques or therapies used if its is regarded as suitable to aid your recovery. However, Physiotherapy treatments can include manual therapy (moving your joints), soft tissue mobilisation (such as myofascial release), electrotherapy, cryotherapy, compression therapy, taping, and other exercises/movement.
  • WHAT TYPES OF PROBLEMS CAN PHYSIOTHERAPY HELP WITH?
    Physiotherapy can be used to help manage a wide variety of health conditions that affect many of the body's systems. Most often these conditions relate to problems with bones, nerves, joints and soft tissues. A few day to day examples of these are painful backs, necks and joints, sports injuries, injury resulting from accidents or rehabilitation after surgery or strokes.
  • WHAT WILL A PHYSIOTHERAPY SESSION INVOLVE?
    Your first session will begin with a full assessment and physical examination in order to determine the nature of the your condition, as well as the cause. Following this, the impact of the condition will be reviewed, as will your medical history to establish, in mutual agreement with yourself and therapist, which treatment is most suitable to your needs.
  • HOW LONG WILL A SESSION LAST?
    The first visit consultation session will last for 45 mins. This will include a thorough assessment and discussion of the findings and diagnosis. Any remaining time will be spent carrying out relevant and mutually agreed upon treatment. Follow up sessions will last either 30mins or 60mins - dependant on what treatment is required. Follow up session requirements will be discussed with your therapist.
  • DO I NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR BEFORE STARTING PHYSIOTHERAPY?
    No, if you are referring yourself then you do not need to consult a doctor prior to commencing treatment. You do not require a referral from your GP to see a physio. Physiotherapists are “first contact” practitioners, qualified in assessing, diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal pain and conditions. If, following initial assessment, the physiotherapist deems it appropriate for you to seek doctors advice, they will be notify you of this prior to any treatment commencing.
  • WILL I BE COVERED DURING MY SESSION?
    We keep you covered at all times to make sure you are warm and feel comfortable throughout the treatment. Only the area being worked on will be exposed.
  • WHAT SHOULD I DO DURING MY SESSION?
    This time is for you. Relax, be in silence, focus on controlled breathing, unwind to the music, talk… it is completely up to you!
  • IS IT BETTER TO EAT BEFORE OR AFTER MY SESSION?
    It is best to eat after your session. Massage can cause digestion discomfort.
  • SHOULD I FEEL PAIN OR SORENESS DURING MY SESSION?
    No. Your therapist will communicate through parts of the treatment where greater pressure will be applied. While some techniques or increased pressure can cause discomfort, this should be a ‘good’ discomfort. If you feel any pain, speak up and let your therapist know.
  • DO I HAVE TO UN-DRESS FOR MY MASSAGE?
    Your therapist will advise on the clothing that is recommended to be removed depending on the area being massaged. However, you undress to the level of your comfort. We will work around the clothing in the best way we can. It is important for you to feel comfortable and relaxed to maximise the benefits of the treatment.
  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET A MASSAGE?
    For those who use massage therapy as preventative care or to manage stress, one massage every four weeks is common, as ‘maintenance’ treatment. Weekly or fortnightly sessions may be desirable if you are receiving massage therapy for injury rehabilitation or to relieve chronic discomfort or pain interfering with daily life.
  • WHAT TYPE OF MASSAGES DO YOU OFFER?
    At Cryobright we offer a range of massages, which are designed to suit your goal. We offer sports massage, cryo massage, deep tissue, relaxation and lymphatic drainage massage. For more information on each kind of massage, please visit the services page or give us a call.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR MASSAGE?
    While Massage is safe for most, there are some medical contraindications which make massage unsuitable. These include: Fever Contagious illness Acute inflammation or swelling Server heart condition Blood clotting disorder Open wounds or burns in area being treated Broken bones in area being treated Skin infections or rash Pregnancy Cancer Kidney or Liver disorder Uncontrolled high blood pressure If you have any of the medical conditions listed above, then massage is not suitable for you at this time. If you have any other medical conditions and are unsure whether it is safe for you to have a massage, please consult with your doctor before booking an appointment. In some cases a letter from your doctor may be required.
  • WHAT IS ASSISTED STRETCH?
    Assisted stretching, put simply, is a technique where one person helps another person stretch. Assisted stretching uses specific techniques to realign your body, increase mobility and flexibility, reduce stress and relieve achy joints.
  • DOES IT HURT?
    No, it doesn’t hurt! It actually feels really good to be stretched. Your therapist will ease you into each stretch and communicate with you throughout to check you are comfortable.
  • SHOULD I GET STRETCHED BEFORE OR AFTER A WORKOUT?
    You can have a stretch session both before or after a workout. A pre-workout stretch warms up your muscles and increases flexibility, which can reduce your risk of injury and boost your performance. A post-workout stretch speeds up recovery by flushing out metabolic waste, increasing blood flow and lengthening muscles that have just been contracted.
  • WHAT IF I AM NOT VERY FLEXIBLE?
    All the more reason to book into an assisted stretch session in our opinion! Your therapist will work with you to customise a stretch session, which is personalised based on your starting point and goals.
  • WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
    Clients should wear something comfortable that does not restrict movement. Recommended clothing includes; gym/workout clothing, yoga pants, gym/workout shorts.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR ASSISTED STRETCH?
    While Assisted Stretch is safe for most, there are some medical contraindications which make Assisted Stretch unsuitable. These include: Fever Contagious illness Acute inflammation or swelling Severe heart condition Joint instability Severe osteoporosis Spinal cord injury Recent surgery DVT Joint or spinal fusions Severe pain or broken bones If you have any of the medical conditions listed above, then Assisted Stretch is not suitable for you at this time. If you have any other medical conditions and are unsure whether it is safe for you to have assisted stretch, please consult with your doctor before booking an appointment. In some cases a letter from your doctor may be required.
  • WHAT IS THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM?
    The lymphatic system is a vast network of vessels serving almost every cell in the body. Strung along these vessels are lymph nodes that filter and purify lymphatic fluid. The job of the lymphatic system is to rid the body of toxin, waste and unwanted materials, as well as transporting lymph (a fluid containing white blood cells) throughout the body to help fight infection. If the lymphatic system gets blocked, it can lead to a host of problems such as swelling, excess cellulite, joint pain, nausea and fatigue.
  • WHAT IS MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE?
    Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a very specialist type of massage, designed to stimulate the lymphatic system and encourage the flow of lymphatic fluid. During a manual lymphatic massage, the therapist will use light pressure and gentle, long, rhythmic, wave-like strokes to gently move the lymphatic fluid through your tissues, to help reduce pain and swelling.
  • WHAT IS LYMPHEDEMA?
    Lymphedema is swelling due to a build-up of lymph fluid in the body. Lymph nodes act like a drain in your sink and if the drain is clogged, the fluid cannot drain. The most common areas lymphedema can occur is in the arms and legs, but it can occur in other areas of the body. Lymphedema can also sometimes develop due to cancer or following cancer treatment, particularly if the lymph nodes have been removed or damaged during radiotherapy.
  • CAN MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE HELP WITH LYMPHEDEMA?
    Manual lymphatic drainage is a specialist type of massage which stimulates and encourages the movement of lymphatic fluid away from swollen areas, helping to ease the symptoms of those suffering with lymphedema. Whilst manual lymphatic drainage is not a cure for lymphedema, it can help control the symptoms. MLD can help to reduce pain, swelling and encourage movement of lymphatic fluid where there are blockages.
  • IS MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE EFFECTIVE FOR POST SURGERY RECOVERY?
    After any surgical procedure, especially liposuction, patients can experience server swelling and bruising which can last for weeks or even months and the flow of the lymph can be interrupted by the surgery, which can slow healing. Manual lymphatic massage can accelerate recovery and wound healing by encouraging the flow of lymphatic fluid.
  • ARE THERE ANY MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MASSAGE?
    MLD is safe for most, however there are some contraindications for this therapy, which means it is not suitable. These include: Fever Contagious illness An infection in the area such as cellulitis Severe cardiac insufficiency Hepatic cirrhosis with abdominal fluid Unstable high blood pressure Kidney failure A blood clot Primary tumours Metastases Superior vena cava obstruction Cancer or anyone in active treatment Pregnant If in any doubt whether this is a safe therapy for you, please consult your doctor to confirm it is safe for you to proceed with treatment. In some cases a doctors letter may be required.
  • HOW OFTEN SHOULD I HAVE A MANUAL LYMPHATIC MASSAGE?
    This will vary from person to person and their goals/condition. Generally, we advise to initially have a series of treatments (once a week for a month), and then maintenance sessions every one-two months.
  • WHAT SHOULD YOU DO AFTER MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE?
    Drink plenty of water, wear loose clothing, avoid alcohol for 24 hours, do some light exercise and then rest and relax.
  • IS MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE RECOMMENDED AFTER A FAT FREEZING TREATMENT?
    Yes. During fat freezing (cryolipolysis), fat cells are destroyed and become a waste product which is processed by the lymphatic system and then gradually flushed out of the body. Manual lymphatic drainage massage can enhance the elimination of dead fat cells from the body.
  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO HAVE A SCAN?
    Single scans cost £35 - this includes a detailed PDF results report which is emailed to you immediately after the scan. Packs of 3 scans cost £90 (£30 per scan) To get the full benefit of the scanner we recommend having at least 3 scans so that results can be compared and progress/changes can be visualised and quantified over time.
  • WHAT IS THE STYKU 3D BODY SCANNER AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
    The Styku 3D Body Scanner is a cutting-edge device that captures a detailed 3D model of the human body. It uses a combination of infrared sensors and cameras to create a precise and accurate representation of an individual's body shape, measurements and composition metrics.
  • WHAT DATA WILL THE STYKU MEASURE AND REPORT?
    The Styku 3D body scanner provides a wealth of information. It accurately and precisely measures body circumference (of areas such as hips, waist, chest, stomach, arms, thighs etc), body composition (including overall and regional body fat %, lean muscle mass), weight and more.
  • HOW ACCURATE ARE THE MEASUREMENTS PROVIDED?
    The Styku 3D Body Scanner is known for its high level of accuracy. It uses advanced technology to ensure precise measurements, making it a reliable tool for fitness, health, and wellness applications
  • IS A STYKU SCAN THE SAME AS A DEXA SCAN?
    STYKU scans offer a simple and user-friendly way to assess body composition, with an accuracy rate that is generally within 2% of DEXA scans. Although they may not be as accurate as DEXA scans, STYKU scans provide a fast, easy-to-use, and radiation-free alternative for tracking changes in body composition over time.
  • HOW DOES STYKU PREDICT BODY FAT?
    Body fat prediction basics Despite what you may have heard, body composition analyzers do not measure body fat %! Calipers measure skinfold thickness to determine body density. Bioelectrical Impedance Analyzers (BIA devices) measure electrical resistance. The dunk tank measures water displacement to determine body volume. Styku measures body circumferences. However, all of these devices are able to make a prediction about body composition indirectly, using equations that compare one measurement to another. For example, when you measure skinfold thicknesses with calipers and input the values into the Jackson & Pollock equation, you will end up with a value for body density. That value can then be input into another equation (perhaps Siri, or Brozek) to get an estimate of body fat %. The body composition analyzers you are likely to find in the gym or doctor's office all work similarly. They take a measurable value and apply it to an equation that correlates the measured value with a body fat % value from a device that can actually "see" body fat - the Computed Tomography (or CT) scanner, or a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (or MRI) device. How the Styku body fat prediction works In Styku's case, circumference measurements of the body captured in Styku's 3D body scan are applied to an equation that Styku derived using hundreds of subjects scanned in a DEXA machine. DEXA stands for Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry, and the device is an X-ray machine you lay down on as X-rays are passed over your body. DEXA makes a prediction of body fat % (as well as lean mass and other body composition values), but it is correlated directly with a 4-compartment model of the body that includes data from CT scans, which makes it exceptionally accurate when compared with other methods. Over 200 participants were scanned by a DEXA machine and also scanned by a Styku body scanner. DEXA values for body composition were collected as well as dozens of circumference measurements through the Styku scan. Analysis was then done to find a comparison or correlation between the circumferences and the DEXA body composition values. By finding a strong correlation between the body fat % value produced by DEXA and Styku's circumference measurements, Styku is able to offer DEXA-quality body composition values tin the same amount of time it takes to do a Styku scan - about 35 seconds.
  • IS THE STYKU 3D BODY SCANNER SUITABLE FOR ALL BODY TYPES?
    Yes, the Styku 3D Body Scanner is designed to accommodate a wide range of body types and sizes. Its versatility makes it an inclusive tool for individuals with different fitness goals and body compositions.
  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF HAVING A SCAN?
    By having a series of scans over a period of time you can monitor progress and track change and you better understand your body. By overlaying the body images, we can track even the smallest changes in your shape. Comparing progress will help you to stay motivated and keep you on track towards achieving your goals..
  • HOW MANY SCANS WILL I NEED AND HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO BE SCANNED?
    A single scan will reveal a wealth of data to help you better understand your body. However the real power comes is being able to compare changes over a period of time. If you are looking to make changes to your health and body shape we would recommend buying a course of 3 scans which can be used over a set period of time. This will help to keep you accountable and onon track towards achieving your goals. The frequency of scans depends on your individual goal and preference.
  • IS THERE AN IDEAL TIME OF DAY TO BE SCANNED?
    The Styku 3D Body Scanner is versatile and can be used at any time of the day. However, for consistent tracking, it's advisable to schedule scans at the same time of day to account for natural variations in factors like hydration and posture. Additionally avoid a heavy meal or strenuous exercise immediately before the scan.
  • WHAT DO I NEED TO WEAR FOR MY SCAN?
    Styku will measure what the scanner sees and doesn't see through clothing! The wrinkles and folds of a loose shirt or baggy shorts can mask changes to your body, and will make it hard to accurately track progress as you lose fat and your body's shape and size changes. Therefore, it is important that you wear ‘form fitting’ clothing. We suggest: Men: Fitted briefs/boxers, cycling shorts or leggings Ladies: Fitted bikini bottoms, cycling shorts or leggings & a sports bra
  • HOW LONG WILL MY SESSION LAST?
    Your appointment session will be around 15-20 minutes, although the scan itself only takes a matter of minutes.
  • IS THE SCANNER HARMFUL OR INVASIVE?
    No! The Kinect sensor used in the Styku scanner emits harmless infrared light, similar to that used in a remote control. It is completely non-invasive and safe to use. The IR light coming from the sensor does not affect human tissue, and won't affect people with pacemakers, metal implants or other medical conditions.
  • ARE THERE ANY AGE OR HEALTH RESTRICTIONS FOR USING THE SCANNER?
    The Styku 3D Body Scanner is generally safe for use by individuals of various ages and health conditions. However, it's advisable for individuals with specific health concerns to consult with their healthcare provider before undergoing a scan.
  • WILL ANYONE BE IN THE ROOM WITH ME WHEN I AM HAVING MY SCAN?
    An operator will be in the room with you, but we are able to set the scan up so you can have your scan in private if you prefer.
  • WILL I RECEIVE A COPY OF MY SCAN RESULTS?
    Yes following all scans a full report will be emailed to you. We will also save all scans on our system so we can compare any future scans.
  • HOW DOES STYKU HANDLE PRIVACY AND DATA SECURITY?
    Styku prioritises user privacy and data security. Personal data is handled with the utmost care, and the scanner complies with industry standards and regulations to ensure the confidentiality of user information.
  • HOW DOES THE STYKU 3D BODY SCANNER CONTRIBUTE TO CRYOBRIGHT'S COMMITMENT TO HOLISTIC WELLNESS?
    The Styku 3D Body Scanner aligns with Cryobright's holistic wellness approach by providing a comprehensive view of your body composition. This data empowers you to make informed choices, combining recovery treatments with fitness and lifestyle adjustments for holistic well-being.
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