Fire & Ice Red Carpet Facial by iS Clinical
One of the most popular facial, this intensive clinical treatment is designed to rapidly and safely resurface the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles while smoothing, softening and encouraging cellular renewal. Excellent for all skin types and ages, this facial results in a complexion that is dramatically refined, with no downtime, peeling, or other negative side effects.
The Fire and Ice Facial, by iS Clinical, is famous for its instant brightening, smoothing and tightening of the skin. Its also known as “The Red Carpet Facial” in Hollywood, for obvious reasons! This intensive clinical treatment is designed to resurface the skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles and deep clean blocked pores. Serums and creams with aromas of warm cinnamon and cool peppermint compliment precise combinations of two professional treatment masks.
The facial begins with the “fire” which is an intensive resurfacing masque. The masque is clinically formulated with 18% unbuffered glycolic acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, retinol, vitamin B3 and potent antioxidants, including green tea extracts. It has a cinnamon scent and tingles a little on your face as it begins to work.
After the “fire” mask has completed its job, the “ice” is applied. This is a rejuvenating mask designed to cool and soothe the skin. This intensively hydrating masque contains hyaluronic acid, aloe vera gel, Japanese green tea extracts, licorice extracts, grape seed extracts and rosemary extracts. The pampering part of the facial cools the initial “peel” and leaves the skin glowing.
The results of the Fire and Ice Facial? The skin will feel tight and firm and usually have a glow. The skin may have a mild redness following the treatment, but it is temporary. There should be no scaling or downtime. The Fire and Ice Facial may be repeated at four-week intervals for a series of 6 facials until the desired clinical effect is achieved. With each additional treatment, you should see incremental gains in the overall appearance of the skin.