About Medi Freeze products
Medi Freeze Tick Off is an effective and easy way to remove ticks at home or wherever you are. Make sure to keep this in your first aid kit and especially on the go while camping. Medi Freeze Skin Tag Remover provides an innovative applicator to remove skin tags easily at home while protecting the healthy skin around it.
Always read the label and follow the directions for use.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy is the practice of applying extreme cold to the skin for surgical or medicinal purposes i.e., skin tag removal, tick removal, or wart removal. Typically, an agent such as dimethyl ether (for home use) or liquid nitrogen (at the medical centre) is used.
What is dimethyl ether?
Dimethyl ether is a colourless, odourless gas that is used as a cryotherapy agent. It has a boiling point of -24.9 °C and is usually stored under high pressure to keep it in a liquid state. It is non-toxic and does not contribute to depletion of the ozone layer.
How to remove skin tags?
Skin tags can be removed easily at home using a cryotherapy device such as Medi Freeze Skin Tag Remover, which come with precision tip applicators and skin saver target shields to protect surrounding skin while freezing skin tags.
Medi Freeze Skin Tag Remover’s design and easy to use application method make the device particularly suitable for at-home use.
How to remove ticks?
Ticks can be safely and effectively removed at home using a cryotherapy device such as Medi Freeze Tick Off.
To remove a tick, the applicator should be held 1cm above the tick with the aerosol dispenser positioned vertically. The device should be pressed three times to release the cryoliquid to kill the tick.
If the tick still moves after ten minutes, the process should be repeated. The tick should then fall out after freezing or can then be lightly dusted off the skin.
Can I use Medi Freeze Tick Off on pets?
Medi Freeze Tick Off can be used for the easy and effective removal of ticks that have been attached for up to 72 hours to domestic dogs. Medi Freeze Tick Off should not be used around the eyes or face, in ears, on genitals or on irritated, infected or sensitive skin.