Using ice as a skin care tool is a viral beauty hack, but are slippery cubes the best way to get rid of sagging skin?
Use an old lipstick as an ice roller and a frozen cucumber as a facial massager. why? This is because applying something cold to your face feels good and reduces swelling. Cold water is not a new idea, though. Marilyn Monroe splashed water on her face 15 times each night. Bella Hadid recently stuck her face in a bowl of ice.
I put ice in a small clear bag (to reduce mess) and tried using it as a facial massager.
This is where the ice globe comes into play. A cooling massage ball filled with a special antifreeze. The spheres, often made of glass or steel, are used in cryotherapy and hailed online as leading to glowing skin.
I put a Fraicheur globe (£59.99) in the freezer for 20 minutes. After washing my face (before applying the product), I massaged my skin in circular motions for five minutes.
If you tend to retain moisture, ice gloves are worth a try. But just add it after your cleansing, serum, moisturizing, and sunscreen routine. Yes, it is.