Arctic Fire Cryo FAQ
661 Broad Street, Suite 4, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
Monday-Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 10am-3pm ET
Appointments are recommended but walk-ins are always welcome.
We require 24 hours advance notice to cancel a session with no charge.
Originally developed in Japan in 1978, whole body cryotherapy uses nitrogen to lower the body’s surface temperature. Sessions last up to three minutes.
A handheld wand that directs a steady stream of nitrogen at a specific treatment area.
Similar to localized, cryo facials focus cold nitrogen gas on the face and neck.
Working to destroy unwanted fat cells and firm skin, this thermal treatment offers two options – slimming and toning.
The feeling is best described as a dry cold. The blast of cold activates and invigorates cells throughout the body. Some people report a pins and needles sensation.
After checking in, you’ll remove jewelry and change into the appropriate gear. For whole body, this includes socks, booties and gloves.You’ll wear a robe until it’s time to get in the chamber.
Decrease muscle soreness and pain, reduce swelling and inflammation, improve skin’s appearance and tone, accelerate metabolism, increase endorphins.
Yes! Cryotherapy helps with workout recovery and provides a boost of energy.
It’s always a good idea to consult your physician before treatment, especially if you experience cardiovascular conditions, COPD, chronic liver disease, circulatory dysfunction, respiratory issues, hypertension, cold allergies, kidney and liver problems. Cryotherapy should be avoided during pregnancy.
Infrared Sauna FAQ
A safe, healthy heating method, infrared penetrates human tissue to warm the body directly.
Conventional sauna heat the air around you while infrared actually raises your core body temperature.
Infrared saunas work for pain relief, weight loss, detoxification, skin purification, lowered blood pressure, improved circulation and relaxation.
After checking in, you’ll change into a robe and get settled in the sauna. Sessions range from 30 to 60 minutes.
For best results, avoid eating 1 to 2 hours before your session so the body isn’t actively digesting.
Rinse off sweat and toxins by showing after your session. Be sure to rehydrate with water and if possible, avoid alcohol for the rest of day.
We recommend consulting your physician if you have surgical implants, cardiovascular conditions, pacemakers or defibrillators, bleeding or hemophilia. The sauna should not be used during pregnancy.