Ole Henriksen has always used ice cubes in his facials. They promote skin circulation for a healthy shine, he explains.
He brews and freezes vitamin C-rich rosehip seed tea and antioxidant-rich green tea to improve outcomes.
Henriksen recommends rubbing an ice cube into the skin using a small cotton handkerchief.
The ice-cold method may boost your hero goods. “If you apply a serum and then freeze it, the capillaries constrict and generate a tugging effect,” says Rouleau.
Celebrity facialist Joanna Czech also uses ice, especially while masking.
She locks in La Mer's brightening and skin-softening components by sliding gauze-wrapped cubes around the face.