Cryoskin Coming to Healing Sanctuary

Beginning in January 2019, the Healing Sanctuary Institute of Texas will be offering Cryonskin, the latest advanced technology in the fight against stubborn fat areas of the body, like love handles and flabby underarms. More advanced than Cool Sculpting, Cryoskin treatments are non-surgical, with no downtime or pain, allowing clients to lose inches with this quick, painless and effective treatment.

The 28-minute sessions liquify fat cells using controlled thermic shock technology, combining heat and cold treatments for faster elimination of liquefied fat and toxins into the lymphatic system. This treatment continues to work for seven days, establishing even more fat reduction.

In a study at the Societé Francaise d’Accreditation Santé, in Paris, conducted by Dr. Phlippe Blanchemaison, 15 out of 16 subjects experienced a significant reduction in waistline measurement using Cryoskin, including cellulite and belly fat.

Location: 2603 Oak Lawn Ave., Ste. 100, Dallas. For appointments and more information, call 972-521-6550 or visit



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