Cryotherapy is a century old treatment method based on application of extremely low temperatures to destroy diseased cells. I plan on undertaking cryogenic chamber therapy next time I take a trip to Slovakia, but that’s just one form of cryotherapy. Another one is topical application of Liquid Nitrogen which has been known to effectively remove warts.
Liquid Nitrogen used in Cryotherapy has a temperature of –196 Degrees Celsius, which is about -320.8 Degrees Fahrenheit. That’s cold as all hell and while it works with warts, it obviously also causes frostbite blisters – I just don’t know how common such blistering is. Now the video of frostbites we had posted on Best Gore recently makes sense.
Photos in this gallery were originally posted on Reddit. The man underwent Cryo Wart Removal and this is how his hands blistered upon return home. Eight days after Cryotherapy, the blisters continued to grow. That’s got to spoil your day right there:
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