How T-Shock is Different

During a cryo facial, liquid nitrogen is blown onto the face. The cold temperature helps to tighten pores and stimulate collagen production, leading to smoother and tighter skin. The Cryo T-shock works along those same lines using cold therapy as a way to smooth wrinkles, tighten the skin, and stimulate collagen production. However T-Shock also uses heat (a.k.a. Thermal shock). This alternation between hot and cold allows the blood vessels in the skin to open and close which helps with circulation and actually activates immune cells to help get rid of bacteria. The T-Shock can work on a deeper level, rather than just working on the surface. This is because the wand is placed directly on the face. The massaging motion will help to increase circulation, relax the face muscles, and even help to sculpt the cheekbones and jawline.

T-Shock for Problem Skin

The T-Shock is also a safe, beneficial tool for those suffering from acne, rosacea, and eczema. Not only will the cold temperatures help with calming inflamed skin, but the increase in fresh blood and nutrient circulation will improve the health of skin cells.


Depending on your goal, it is recommended that you come in 1-3 times a week for the best results. If your goal is anti-aging, a minimum of 5 sessions is recommended. If your goal is improve acne-prone skin, a minimum of 3 sessions is recommended. If your goal is to improve rosacea, a minumum of 3 sessions is recommended.