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CO2 and Dermatology

CO2 and Dermatology

CO2 laser resurfacing has emerged as a top dermatology treatment to minimize wrinkles, reduce facial scarring and even out skin tone.

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“Cool” Desserts With Liquid Nitrogen

“Cool” Desserts With Liquid Nitrogen

An innovative — and safe — way to up the ante on their most inventive dishes, liquid nitrogen opened up new avenues for the culinary world, from custom ice cream to high-end cocktails.

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A New Wave of Wellness: Cryotherapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Beyond

A New Wave of Wellness: Cryotherapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Beyond

If you’re into health and wellness trends, here are three more for your radar: whole-body cryotherapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and oxygen-based spa treatments. Spouting health benefits like muscle recovery, immune health, wound healing, metabolic boosts, anti-aging and more, these therapies prove to have some major health benefits.

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Top 5 Facts to Know About Liquid Nitrogen

Top 5 Facts to Know About Liquid Nitrogen

Nitrogen is the largest-volume inorganic chemical sold in the world, capable of supporting a multitude of applications from food freezing to metal treating and beyond. Here are the top five things to know about this cool (pun intended) liquid gas.

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Fertility Clinics and Liquid Nitrogen

Fertility Clinics and Liquid Nitrogen

For people who are looking to have children, egg freezing is a relatively new — and extremely viable — option. And liquid nitrogen is a key component of making this process possible.

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Top 5 Benefits of Nitrous Oxide For Dental Practices

Top 5 Benefits of Nitrous Oxide For Dental Practices

If you’re scared to go to the dentist, you’re not alone. From the needles to the drills to the long surgeries, more than 75% of Americans have a fear of going to the dentist’s office and having some sort of dental procedure done. But thankfully, there’s a way to get you through your next filling or root canal: nitrous oxide.

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Compressed Air Uses

Compressed Air Uses

From the air in your car tires to electronics and industries like construction and healthcare, compressed air is a part of our everyday lives.

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How Carbon Dioxide Keeps It Cool

How Carbon Dioxide Keeps It Cool

Primarily used in food manufacturing, cryogenic cooling and freezing is a gas-based process that uses liquid nitrogen or carbon dioxide to flash-freeze products to temperatures of -20 degrees or less.

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Gases Used in Your Daily Life

Gases Used in Your Daily Life

Every single day, you encounter gases. Aside from oxygen and carbon dioxide, there is nitrogen, helium, argon and a few others that get used in everyday life.

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The Difference Between Medical and Industrial Oxygen

The Difference Between Medical and Industrial Oxygen

Medical and industrial oxygens are widely used across hospitals and other various industries, especially since the rise of COVID-19. But what are the main differences between these two gases? And does it matter which one you buy?

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