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Frequently Asked Questions
20. Are there any regulations by FDA or AMA or any other authorities in the USA?
To the best of our knowledge, not yet. We stress once again that under no circumstances may the Millennium ICE Cryo CABIN (aka M-CABIN) be considered as a medical device since the Cryo-Act does not heal or cure any diseases or disorders. However, it is becoming a new industry in the USA and we think that in the very near future some information will published on our web site.
19. Who can operate the device?
There is currently no institution where operators and engineers may be trained and certified to operate Cryo CABINS. We provide our own specific certification process and certify operators and engineers as Millennium ICE operators and engineers who may operate and maintain only the Millennium ICE Cryo CABINs.
18. What to expect and what to wear?
You may find this information in the videos by Dr. Alan Christianson: here... and here
17. Can electric cooling devices bring the same results as nitrogen based one?
No they can not. Cryoeffect may be reached only if the skin surface temperature is dropped down to almost 32ºF in 40-50 seconds. It is impossible with electric devices. Besides electric chamber is not cold enough to awake cryoreaction of human bodies.
16. Is nitrogen based cryosauna dangerous?
Absolutely not. Nitrogen is used in processes of new cells development. The only danger is if the liquid nitrogen contacted skin, which is impossible in our models.
15. Is there any spa or salon in the USA to try cryosauna?
Yes, there are over 50 locations in the USA today. Veda Light Wellness Center of Addison may introduce the cryocabin and to you. Reservations may be made by phone at 469-791-9100. There are also locations in Tallahassee, FL, Los Angeles, CA, Los Gatos, CA, Vancouver and Toronto in Canada etc. You may find these locations in the internet...
14. What is the price for this procedure?
Prices vary from country to country. The lowest price we found was £35.00 (~$70.00) per procedure and it was in United Kingdom. In the USA prices vary from state to state. OR WE SAY: We are currently offering this treatment for $70.00 per procedure with a discount for multiple procedures or a treatment schedule.
13. How many clients can be served per day?
Due to the relatively short sessions (2.5 to 3 minutes), the Cryosauna you can handle five times as many appointments per day as a normal tanning booth. The total number will depend on the efficiency of the schedule.
12. How do I maintain the system?
Millennium ICE provides maintenance training at each site, as well as continuous communication for maximum performance of each Cryosauna.
11. Where do I get liquid nitrogen?
Millennium ICE (via associates) provides all the liquid nitrogen you will need.
10. How much space do I need if I want to install one?
Operators should dedicate at least 81 square feet to allow room for the Cryosauna as well as a changing booth.
9. Do I have to take a shower before and/or after the procedure?
No, you don't! This procedure is absolutely dry and does not make your skin wet!
8. I am claustrophobic. Can I use the Cryosauna?
Yes, you may. The door is never locked and you can step out at any moment. Also, the stage inside the cabin is adjusted to keep your head outside and over the edge of the cabin at all times.
7. Can I catch a cold because of this procedure?
No. Immediate cold impact of the cryoact may not cool down the body strong enough to have you catch the cold.
6. How do I feel after?
During each session endorphines, or the body's natural "feel good" substance, are released. The buoyant effects from each session last at least six hours.
5. Is it comfortable?
Before entering the Cryosauna, clients are required to dress in protective clothing composed of cotton socks as well as a bathing suit. This allows clients to remain comfortable during the session.
4. Is nitrogen gas dangerous to human beings?
No, it isn't. Nitrogen is completely friendly gas. Air that we breathe is made up of 78.09% N2, 20.95% O2, 0.93% Ar, 0.03% CO2 components.
3. How does it work?
The Cryosauna uses gasiform nitrogen to lower the client's skin surface temperature from normal body temperature to 30-32ºF degrees in 30 seconds or less and keeps it that way for two-three minutes. The skin reacts to the cold and sends a powerful message to the brain that acts as a stimulant to all regulatory functions of the body. It produces the scanning of all areas that may not be working to their fullest potential. Here is the VIDEO OF THE PROCEDURE.
2. Has cryotherapy been tested?
Researchers in Europe have been developing and refining cryotherapy for more than two decades.
1. Who developed this technology?
The process was originally developed in Japan in 1978, and the benefits have been studied and refined in Europe since that time.