This facial treatment is short but effective.

It can be added to any of our full facial treatments for just £15.00!

But how exactly does it work?

Ice Globe Facials are the latest addition to Cryotherapy Family.

Cryotherapy refers to the use of extremely cold temperatures on the face or body. ‘Ice Globes’ themselves are the physical tools used to perform this treatment and are placed in the freezer beforehand to cool to the appropriate degree.

Each ‘globe’ is filled with coloured water mixed with a small amount of alcohol to prevent it from freezing inside the glass.

Whilst many facial massage tools have been proven to improve lymphatic drainage (removing toxins from bodily tissues) and blood flow, many do not remain cool during treatment.

This is where the Ice Globes stand out!

Their Cooling Features Help to:

 

  • Sculpt + Brighten the skin
  • Reduce puffiness
  • Tighten the skin
  • Reduce the appearance of pores
  • Encourage elastin + collagen production
  • Reduce swelling under the eyes

Am I Suitable?

It has been a popular favourite with those who suffer from sinus pains, migraines and headaches, as the cooling globes roll softly around the temple; offering a natural solution. It helps to release tension and reduce stress.

It is a great treatment for those who suffer from any irritated and inflamed skin conditions such as psoriasis or acne, as the globes will lightly glide over the skin smoothly without pulling the skin’s surface.

You can discuss exactly what effect you would like to achieve with one of our therapists, as this will impact the overall direction and motion of the massage itself.

For Example…

Downward movements are best for encouraging lymphatic drainage, whereas upward movements help to lift the skin, creating a more youthful appearance.

If you have any questions, please call your local clinic. 

Our girls will be happy to discuss this amazing treatment with you.

Tonbridge: 01732 773434

Paddock Wood: 01892 838295

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