Berlingske – Newspaper
>> Berlingske is testing a cryo-sauna, where you expose your body to about minus 130 degrees – and the effect should be: Better combustion, release of endorphins – and beautiful skin.<<
>> The first thought is: Do I really need to get into this chamber that says “minus 120 degrees” on the screen and damp from dry ice is leaking from the top? The machine looks something like >> Back to the Future <<, and if it didn’t stand at the luxury-wellness center Wellcome in Hellerup, I probably wouldn’t dare.
But it all looks very scientific with screens flashing and numbers changing, so I’m wearing the shorts, sports bra, warm Ugg boots, and gloves that look like something from Weber’s very large barbecue package …
Tine Hertz is the woman who first got Cryo to Denmark after trying the freezer in many places abroad.<<
>> In the US, for example, they are in some large centers and you can go in and get a shot of energy and endorphins, she says. According to Tine Hertz, Cryo – in addition to releasing endorphins, such as when winter bathing – can reduce inflammation and inflammation in the body. That’s why athletes like Ronaldo, Wozniacki and Djokovic use it. As an added bonus, it tighter, she says, and it all sounds like something you might need on such a gray and sad winter day.<<
>>Obviously, this is not a miracle cure making you look different right away, but Cryolab boosts blood circulation, and I think biohealing – utilizing the body’s natural processes and by helping them move faster – is the new great thing in health and beauty industry, says Tine Hertz.<<
>>The rush of endorphins, which you might recognize from winter bathing, is the feeling you get from a Cryo session – but the feeling comes in a more insidious way.<<