Hamilton, 37, had frost coming off his eyebrows as he danced in the ludicrously low temperatures.
The seven-time world champion has used cryotherapy many times before.
It is a treatment that utilises the extreme cold to get rid of abnormal tissue.
Cryotherapy is believed to have plenty of health benefits – including helping with nerve irritation and reducing the risk of migraines.
Hamilton will typically stand in the cryotherapy chamber for two to four minutes, with plenty of athletes opting to use the treatment for several days in a row.
Donning Calvin Klein underwear, a mask, headwear, socks and shoes, Hamilton dealt with the hideously low temperatures like a seasoned pro.
Posting a clip to Instagram, he wrote: “Best way to beat the heatwave. -110°C never felt so good 🧊🧊🧊”
Hamilton will hope to get back to winning ways this weekend in France.
He currently resides in sixth in the Driver Standings – 99 points behind leader Max Verstappen.
The Mercedes star has been given reasons for optimism of late, collecting three consecutive podiums.
Hamilton won at Circuit Paul Ricard in 2018 and 2019 – although Verstappen was victorious there last time out.
Former F1 driver Anthony Davidson believes that Mercedes should have the pace to challenge Ferrari and Red Bull this weekend, telling Sky Sports: “I think if there’s any circuit you could choose from this season, it would have been Silverstone and Paul Ricard, where Mercedes would have a chance to mix it with the top two teams – Red Bull and Ferrari – on genuine pace.”
He went on to add: “Paul Ricard is a nice smooth circuit which should suit the car, high grip situation as well, high degradation on the tyres, all of these elements coming together for Mercedes should mean that the car should be in its happy place.”