The treatment involves standing in a special tank that exposes the body to freezing temperatures for two to three minutes. Basically, it's a chamber that fills with freezing vapors. The temperature drops to a minus 175 Celsius. That's about — gulp — minus 280 Fahrenheit.
Along with reducing swelling and inflammation, some claim the arctic treatment boosts metabolism, makes skin look smoother, and improves sleep.
The dress code during treatment is minimal, as maximum skin exposure to the cold air is desired.
• Robe (removed during treatment)
• Socks - provided
• Slippers - provided
• Gloves - provided
• Underwear (bottoms required for men)
• Sports bra -No Metal(women, optional)
Limit: 10 Sessions