Xanthelasma treatment via Freezing
In this treatment involves freezing the xanthelasma with liquid nitrogen or another chemical. Which is also known as Cryotherapy.
While it might appear to resist good judgment, fluid nitrogen treatment has been advanced as a conceivable treatment for freezing xanthelasma in the ongoing past. Fluid nitrogen xanthelasma treatment is called Cryo-ablation, and you will see this alternative come up every now and then. So, the perils and baffling outcomes were accumulated, and this extreme treatment has lost support – it is essentially excessively risky, ruinous and the outcomes are difficult to foresee.
What is Cryo-ablation?
Cryo-removal is the utilization of outrageous virus so as to demolish anomalous or unhealthy tissue and cells. In this treatment, a fluid nitrogen readiness is connected to the skin so as to break the cell dividers. The fluid nitrogen additionally makes harm the miniaturized scale vascular flow, which results in optional anoxia and hemorrhagic putrefaction. In a perfect world, this will harm and execute the culpable cells and take care of the issue.
Cryo-ablation is similar to acute frostbite. Due to its intense delivery and dramatic results, this form of skin treatment is best left for large areas of skin, and can be of is benefit for wrinkle control and skin resurfacing. As a treatment option for Xanthelasma, it is far too dangerous and the negatives greatly outweigh the positives.
Disadvantges of freezing (Cryo-ablation) treatment
- The application of liquid nitrogen does sting. Although it’s cold, many describe the procedure as feeling as if it’s “burning”
- Cryo_ablation can cause treatment sites to appear permanently lighter in color. Extra caution must be used when treating the face or any other cosmetically sensitive area.
- It’s only appropriate for “surface” lesions. In other words, it’s generally not effective for the treatment of fully developed skin cancers or “deep” lesions such as large moles.
- Depending on how it is applied and the location of the treatment site, blisters will sometimes form in the days following treatment (more common on the eyelids ).
Is Liquid Nitrogen a good treatment for Xanthelasma?
In Simple and Short Words put,“NO” It is not effective or Good treatment.’Cryo-ablation destroys all of the cells that’s it