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Celebrities are turning to ‘cryospas’ and ‘salt rooms’ for glowing skin


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Forget day spas! Why celebrities are turning to ‘cryospas’ and ‘salt rooms’ for glowing skin and faster weight loss results

  • Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling treatment that helps with muscle fatigue
  • A session involves stepping into a ‘cryo sauna’ cooled to -140C for three minutes
  • Australian micro celebrities like Keira Rumble and Nikki Phillips are fans of it
  • There are also options to visit the ‘salt room’ and ‘infra-red sauna’ for extra care

Celebrities are booking into ‘cryospas’ to help with skin conditions like rosacea and acne, and losing weight in the process.

Cryospa Clinic in Sydney’s north shore region of Crows Nest offer cryotherapy, infrared saunas and salt room services that claim to rejuvenate the body in minutes, with prices starting at $35.

Model Nikki Phillips and entrepreneur Keira Rumble have both raved about the treatments there, while across the pond Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore and Will Smith have all stepped into a -140C cryo chamber too.

A host of Australian celebrities are booking into ‘cryospas’ to help with skin conditions like rosacea and acne, and losing weight in the process

Model Nikki Phillips and entrepreneur Keira Rumble (right) have both raved about the treatments there, but you don't have to be a celebrity to go

A couple enjoy the treatment centre together

Model Nikki Phillips and entrepreneur Keira Rumble (right) have both raved about the treatments there, but you don’t have to be a celebrity to go

The spas signature offering is cryotherapy, a hyper-cooling remedy for muscle fatigue, muscle repair, injury treatment and general skin revival.

It was invented in Japan in the 1970s to treat rheumatoid arthritis and inflammation, and involves enveloping your body or a localised area in nitrogen mist for three minutes.

While it will leave your skin feeling refreshed your body will also be working overtime to maintain its core temperature, thus burning hundreds of calories per session and influencing your metabolism long term.

The infrared saunas on hand work differently to a typical sauna in that they use light to create heat, warming your body directly rather than the air around where you sit

The infrared saunas on hand work differently to a typical sauna in that they use light to create heat, warming your body directly rather than the air around where you sit

Prices for a single person doing one whole body session at Cryospa Clinic is $75, but this can be reduced to $65 if you bring a partner or friend along

Prices for a single person doing one whole body session at Cryospa Clinic is $75, but this can be reduced to $65 if you bring a partner or friend along

‘An incredible place that just gets it. Your one stop shop for healing and rejuvenation. It is so hard to find a place that allows you to detoxify and heal your body with state of the art tech,’ Keira Rumble wrote of the treatment.

‘Looking forward to seeing you next week. My skin and body are feeling amazing,’ Nikki Phillips said, recommending it to fans.

Prices for a single person doing one whole body session at Cryospa Clinic is $75, but this can be reduced to $65 if you bring a partner or friend along.

If you’re only wanting to treat a problem area, like your arm or leg, you can do a localised version for $50.

The saunas are easier to sit in for longer periods of time because the air isn't as sweat-inducing and can help improve sleep, lessen chronic fatigue and brighten your complexion.

The saunas are easier to sit in for longer periods of time because the air isn’t as sweat-inducing and can help improve sleep, lessen chronic fatigue and brighten your complexion.

The infrared saunas on hand work differently to a typical sauna in that they use light to create heat, warming your body directly rather than the air around where you sit.

They are easier to sit in for longer periods of time because the air isn’t as sweat-inducing and can help improve sleep, lessen chronic fatigue and brighten your complexion. 

An iPad loaded with Netflix, Stan, Spotify and YouTube exists inside the sauna so you can distract yourself as you heal, with prices ranging between $35 and $65 depending on how long you want to be inside for.

Finally these specialised spas have a three-person Himalayan salt room which operates at a constant 28 degrees.

During World War II a physician observed that people who hid in salt mines experienced vast improvements to their respiratory function

During World War II a physician observed that people who hid in salt mines experienced vast improvements to their respiratory function

Modern day salt therapy can be traced back to Poland during the 1800s where miners who worked in salt caves were less likely to get lung disease compared to other miners. 

During World War II a physician observed that people who hid in salt mines experienced vast improvements to their respiratory function. 

Not only can it clear your airways but also reduce stress and increase energy.

‘Skin conditions such as psoriasis, rashes, eczema and acne can also be improved thanks to salt particles’ natural moisturising properties which support the skins’ water balance,’ the Cryospa website read.

Prices aren’t cheap with salt room packages setting you back between $100 and $240 depending on how often you want to visit.  

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