When it comes to skincare, we leave no stone unturned to achieve a flawless face. However, thanks to unavoidable sun exposure, air pollution, unhealthy eating habits, and well—stress—all our efforts go to a complete waste as these problems automatically give rise to problems such as acne, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, dull skin, dark circles, and even puffiness for that matter. All you really need to solve these skin problems is some ice.
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What is facial icing?
From functioning as a natural makeup primer to taking cheekbones to new heights, ice cubes are a secret weapon for many top facialists and makeup artists. YouTube star Lisa Eldridge swears by ice facials to combat early set times and jet-lagged models. Is redness your problem? No matter what state your face is in, experts weigh in on how fresh-out-of-the-freezer cubes, especially when blended with green tea, caffeine, or milk! For application, Henriksen suggests wrapping an ice cube in a thin cotton handkerchief and massaging it across the skin. The age-old ice-cold trick can also enhance the hero products of your regimen. Celebrity facialist Joanna Czech is also a fan of the extra icy step—particularly when masking.
Applying ice to an area of the body for health purposes is known as cold therapy, or cryotherapy. These claims are only supported by anecdotal evidence. Advocates of ice facials suggest rolling four or five ice cubes in a soft cotton cloth. They then recommend using the covered ice cubes to gently massage your face with circular motions for a minute or two. The Mayo Clinic suggests that you can reduce bags under your eyes by applying a cold compress to the area with mild pressure for a few minutes. Proponents of ice facials suggest using ice cubes made of water or a caffeinated drink such as tea or coffee. According to research from , caffeine can penetrate the skin and increase circulation.