Fire and Ice Treatment

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ire and Ice is a treatment system designed to rejuvenate the skin. Two therapeutic masques lie at the core of this unique system, and they work together to renew the skin and restore its radiance. Fire and Ice cleanses, treats and hydrates the skin, and also stimulates cellular renewal. The Fire and Ice cosmetic treatment resurfaces the skin, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and deep cleans pores. It is a very effective multi-step treatment that involves the application of two masques, followed by serums and crèmes to moisturize the skin.

The Fire and Ice Masques

The Resurfacing Masque (Fire) gently exfoliates the skin and by this means diminishes fine lines, and softens the skin. It is an intensive formulation that combines potent ingredients such as glycolic acid, citric acid, malic acid, and lactic acid, to create a solution for dry, rough skin.

The Rejuvenating Masque (Ice) soothes and hydrates the skin. It contains a mix of green tea extracts, hyaluronic acid, licorice, rosemary extract, and grape seed extract.

How does it work

The resurfacing masque is first applied and works to resurface the skin. Patients will feel a warm tingling during the procedure. The masque helps to open the pores and is left on the skin for about 3 minutes, and then wiped away. The next step is a steam bath that helps to open the pores further. This is followed by the Ice masque that hydrates, calms, and soothes the skin.  The treatment is completed by the application of a combination of serums and crèmes.

What should you expect?

The Fire and Ice treatment produces a glowing complexion and firmer skin that looks softer and feels tighter.

If you’re interested in learning more about our Fire & Ice Treatment, please contact Awaken Aesthetics to set up a consultation by calling (310) 791-2233 or by completing the form on this page. Awaken Aesthetics serves the Torrance & South Bay, CA areas.

*Individual results may vary

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