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Renaissance Day Spa and Alternative Wellness

The Secret to Recovery: Electric Whole-Body Cryotherapy

Whole Body Electric Cryotherapy

What is it?

Electric Whole-Body Cryotherapy is the process of exposing as much skin as possible to extreme low temperatures in a contained, dry, and SAFE chamber. After just 2-3 minutes, your external skin temperature drops by 30-40 degrees. It may sound scary, but this drop creates a response that provides benefits for anyone suffering from lack of energy, poor sleep, aging skin, anxiety and depression, muscle soreness, or migraines. With customizable music and colorful lights, the few minutes of cold becomes a fun experience!

How does it work?

Once our body temperature drops, blood rushes from our extremities to our core, increasing the oxygen and nutrients within the blood to supply our organs with. This process cleans out any toxins in your body and replenishes them with healthy blood. Our bodies are great at self-healing, but things like age, stress, and injuries can slow us down. Cryotherapy “shocks” us back and resets our system!

Is it safe?

Electric Whole-Body Cryotherapy is 100% safe. Unlike Nitrogen Cryotherapy, there are ZERO FDA warnings, 220+ clinical studies on the benefits and science, no ventilation concerns, no asphyxiation or fainting risks, and no forced air burns. Electric Cryotherapy is the clear way to go for safe and comfortable recovery.

I’m ready! Where can I try it?

Our Electric Whole-Body Cryotherapy chamber is coming soon to the Renaissance Day Spa and Wellness Center, and we are so excited to offer this cool service to the Fayetteville/Ft. Bragg, NC area.

To schedule your next Cryotherapy session, please call (910) 484-9922.

We just know it’ll be love at frost sight. 

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