isn't it the dream of many scientists and researchers for more than a century?
Slowing down the ageing of cells
At the beginning of the 20th century, Doctor Alexis Carrel, Nobel Prize winner in Physiology and Medicine, discovered that degenerate cells, brought into contact with young cells, began to vibrate, to resonate in unison with young cells.
Dr. Raymond Bontemps founded the Cryolab Laboratory in Switzerland. He began his research in 1958 in the service of Professor Bordet at the veterinary school of Maison Alfort in Paris where, in 1967, he completed the development of his technique in Mesenchymotherapy applied in veterinary medicine.
The passion of Cryotherapy
DR. Raymond Bontemps
... has collaborated with many leading figures in the scientific world, including Dr. J. B. Rouif from the Army Health Service at Percy Hospital in Paris, Professor S. Debrot from Lausanne, Dr. P. Loron, Doctor in Paris Hospitals and Dr. Jean Valnet, world-renowned authority in phyto and aromatherapy.
Inspired by the results obtained by Dr. Alexis Carrel, Dr. Bontemps discovered that living cells have a different vibration code from the genetic code. Each cell has an oscillation frequency which, according to its nature and function, is unique; thus the groups of cells, by their vibrations, resonate with each other. Cell degeneration leading to aging and external aggressions modify oscillations and disturb the harmony of resonance between cells.
After completing his research on the therapy of severe burns and nuclear irradiation, a technique now recognized by the international medical elite, Dr. Bontemps moved to Switzerland in 1986 and developed the Swiss CRYOS® cosmetic skin care line for the face and body, he created natural and effective products. Through these innovative processes, Dr. Bontemps is taking the cosmetics market one step further.
Continuing the research initiated by Dr. Raymond Bontemps, the Cryolab laboratory, in collaboration with a French laboratory at the forefront of research, is constantly developing its products.
* Mesenchymotherapy|Based on the properties of the skin, a therapeutic technique appeared in the middle of the 20th century: mesotherapy. This procedure can be used to treat many conditions, mainly in trauma and sports medicine.