What is Freezpen?

Freezpen erases skin lesions and defects safely, precisely and comfortably with CryoTherapy

Freezpen is the latest branded product from the World Leader in Handheld CryoTherapy with FDA and CE Approvals ensuring the highest professional standards.

Freezpen provides Gold Standard removal of Skin Lesions in Dermatology and Aesthetic Practices through the controlled and pain free destruction of unwanted benign skin tags, moles, cherry angiomas, warts etc through extreme cold.

What can be treated with Freezpen?

Cryosurgery is a form of cryotherapy, specifically a procedure that uses extreme cold to destroy tissue. The mechanism of destruction in cryosurgery is “necrosis”, which results from the rapid freezing and thawing of cells. For decades now, dermatologists consider cryotherapy as the absolute gold standard for the treatment of all benign skin lesions. Here’s an extensive list of the different types of lesions that can be treated with Freezpen:

• Acne (scars)
• Acrochordon
• Actinic cheilitis
• Actinic keratosis
• Angiocheratoma of Mibelli
• Angiocheratoma of the scrotum and vulva
• Angiofibromas
• Angioma
• Annular granuloma
• Ano-genital warts
• Callosity
• Capillary hemangioma
• Cutaneous leishmaniasis
• Cutaneous sarcoidosis
• Dermatofibroma
• Dermatoses due to mechanical traumas
• Dermatosis papulosa nigra
• Facial eosinophilic granuloma
• Fibrous papule of the face
• Filiform and typed warts
• Fixed discoid erythematosus lupus
• Flat warts
• Granuloma fissuratum
• Herpesvirus infections
• Horns
• Idiopathic guttata hypomelanosis
• Infectious mollusk
• Keloid and hypertrophic scars
• Keratoacanthoma

• Lichen planus
• Lichen sclerosus
• Lichen simplex
• Melanotic macules of the lips
• Milii
• Milium colloid
• Mucoid cyst
• Nevoid hyperkeratosis of the nipple and the mammary areola
• Nevus sebaceous
• Nodular chondrodermatitis of the helix
• Nodular prurigo
• Papillary hyperplasia of the palate
• Perforating dermatoses
• Piercing elastosis
• Plantar warts
• Porokeratosis linear
• Pruritus anirhinophyma
• Pyogenic granuloma
• Rosacea
• Seborrheic keratosis
• Stuccocheratosi
• Syringoma
• Tilomi
• Viral lesions in HIV positive and negative patients
• Vulgar warts
• Warty carcinoma
• Warty epidermal nevus
• Xantomi Kaposi