Libor, 50 years old
As an amateur athlete, I went to cryosauna from 2008, with the purpose of relaxing muscles after intense sports (jogging, cycling). Then I went through a laparoscopic hernia surgery in 2009, when we had about 5 small scars on my stomach (about 1cm). I was in the cryosauna the day after the release, and it helped me scarify the scar so that the surgeon himself was surprised by the rapid healing of the scars he had never seen before.
In 2014, I underwent an unscheduled appendicular surgery, complicated by intestinal additions and herniated nets. That's why surgeons had to pull out the mesh and make an 18 cm scar. I started to cryosauna right after pulling stitches at a frequency of 3x and 4x a week. In less than 3 weeks I had a long scar very beautifully healed. I am convinced that repeated exposure to the cold scar for less than 3 minutes has had an extremely positive effect.
I can recommend using cryosauna to anyone who has a similar procedure on their body or just need to pull a scar as quickly as possible.
The condition just after the operation of the abdominal hernia and the intestine (2014) and now (2017)