What do I wear to my CryoSauna appointment? Do I need to bring anything special?

You will wear the clothing you have on for that day to Cryo1one. You do not need to bring anything as Cryo1one provides everything you will need for your appointment. Please come without body lotion freshly applied.

What do I wear in the CryoSauna?

You are required to wear the dry socks, gloves and boots that Cryo1one provides to protect your extremities. Men are required to wear dry undergarments. Cryo1one provides moisture-stripping wipes, in case you come in with body lotion on or are sweaty from a previous work out.

Does cryotherapy hurt?

No, due to the fact that Cryotherapy is completely dry and a very quick session. Towards the end of the session, you may get a ‘pins and needles’ sensation in your legs and arms which is normal and will disappear immediately after the treatment.

Will I be wet after the treatment or need to take a shower at anytime before or after?

Due to the fact that Cryo1one uses nitrogen gas and no water, you will be completely dry after the session. The session does not affect your hair or face, so you can simply get dressed and go about your day.

How do people feel after a cryotherapy session?

Many guests report that their outside body temperature warms up very quickly, and thus they feel warm within 5 minutes of exiting the session. Due to the newly oxygenated blood rushing throughout a guest’s body for the three to five hours after the appointment, people will feel the benefits throughout the day, including an endorphin rush and better sleep.

Can I catch a cold from doing Cryotherapy?

A cold is caused by contact with fluids that contain a cold virus – these are launched into the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. There are no fluids or contact with fluids during session. Whole Body Cryotherapy can actually stimulate the immune system and actually help decrease the severity and/or frequency of colds and similar viral or bacterial conditions.

How many treatments should I do?

The usage depends upon your reasons for utilizing Cryotherapy. If you are recovering from an injury or surgery, we recommend consecutive sessions once a day. However, guests who have added Cryotherapy as a recovery tool will visit several times a week.

Is Cryotherapy a proven treatment for health and approved by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration)?

CryoSaunas have been evaluated by the FDA, and they have concluded that CryoSaunas are not medical devices. CryoSaunas are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness. However, Whole Body Cryotherapy has been used regularly for many people as a recovery regime.

What is a CryoSauna and how does Cryotherapy work?

Manufactured in the United States, a CryoSauna is a metal device that conceals your body from the neck down and is equipped with a door and height adjusters to raise your head above the nitrogen gas.

The CryoSauna emits a nitrogen mist and creates cold air that surrounds your body and quickly lowers your external skin’s temperature in less than 60 seconds. For the three minutes while you are inside the device, the temperature is regulated to the maximum temperature that you request.

Cryo1one focuses on the safety of each Cryotherapy sessions, but here are a couple risks we make sure to help you avoid. What are the risks of Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Cryo1one only uses USA-manufactured CryoSaunas, and all of our employees have been certified through the manufacturers. By following all of Cryo1one’s session rules, which include wearing the gloves, socks and boots provided by us, removing all body lotion and sweat with the moisture-stripping wipes, and rotating every 30 seconds while in the machine, you will avoid freezer burn. An employee is accompanying you during your entire time in the machine; therefore, you are welcome to express any concerns during the treatment, and they will stop the machine immediately.

Fluctuations in blood pressure during the procedure by up to 10 points systolically can occur but reverses after the procedure is finished, as peripheral circulation returns to normal.