Many clients consider this treatment since it is not connected with being too painful, even if there is tissue destruction or loss, but in most , but a seldom few cases, it has a very high relapse rate and is therefore known to be ongoing due to the client having to have ongoing treatments to keep ablating the newly created xanthelasma, that have occurred from the past treatment. The futile nature of this treatment starts to be such that people will avoid this method.
Xanthelasma And Cryotherapy
Erythema, which occurs after Cryotherapy treatments, disappears rapidly and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation is unusual. The skin sores thicken arbitrarily with the cold, so the downtime – the time is much shorter, although the risk of re-infection occurs. This is due to destruction of not only the cholesterol laden skin cell walls but also the healthier skin cells, and so as healing takes place, the healthier cells are now infused with the lipid proteins and conversion to complete transformation to xanthomas cells occurs.
If Cryotherapy intervention is not your thing, then Xanthel ® is your best professional option. One treatment and it will remove your Xanthelasma and stop any regrowth. It doesn’t leave a scar, as cryotherapy does and is easy to use in the comfort of your own home.
Cryotherapy Xanthelasma Treatment Complications Explained.
Cryotherapy is the process of freezing cells in the skin during growth. When you freeze at a low sufficient temperature, the liquid within the cells freezes and turns into liquid. When sufficient cells are broken or damaged, they form a scab – like crusts that fall off, the scab being one of the reasons of a high chance of hyperpigmentation. This is how the membrane (external layer) of the cells is broken and killed, causing growth to initially stall. Like a treatment with a Co2 laser, the cholesterol is blended with the healthy cells after the destruction of the skin cell walls, thus the nature of relapse is obvious within this method.
Cryosurgery does have its uses and can likewise be useful to deal with kinds of warts, acne, psoriasis and other chosen cases of skin cancer, but this must only be performed by the most skilled cryosurgeons – surgeons and biopsies must be performed to verify the medical diagnosis histologically prior to cryosurgery.
After a visual inspection by your doctor, your doctor might recommend the most proper treatment for your condition. There are a number of medications that can help treat your high cholesterol which is a common reason for the skin condition and when it comes to removal, they won’t naturally be recommending cryotherapy, due to the complications that arise from the treatment. There might still be scarring after removal, high levels of ongoing reoccurrence of the plaques and staining of the skin are just some of the negative effects with a treatment for xanthelasma, with cryotherapy.
With the ease of use of our clinically developed xanthelasma removal cream, Xanthel ® is the best professional option, due to its high success rate in not only removing the plaques but also leaving the skin scar free and stopping the plaques from returning. Xanthel ® can be used to quickly remove your Xanthelasma, with none of the issues connected with cryotherapy. Xanthel ® is a one application treatment for Xanthelasma, that you can carry out in your home.
Just one application is need in most cases to remove your xanthelasma once and for all.
Simple to Use
Easy to use and formulated to stop any regrowth of your xanthelasma or xanthomas. Gentle and clinically effective, professional results with Xanthel ®.