Deep-freeze procedure said to improve skin, blunt hormonal changes
DENVER -- It seems like something out of a science fiction movie -- a cryogenic tank complete with smoking liquid nitrogen billowing from its lid. Inside the temperature drops to 300 degrees below zero, and it could be the best beauty treatment on the market. Doctors at the Cherry Creek Spine and Sport Clinic say something called Whole Body Cryotherapy uses the cold to draw blood away from your extremities and closer to your heart, enriching your blood with more oxygen. The process gets rid of toxins and stimulates collagen, improving your skin, and reducing the effect of hormonal changes.