Cryotherapy is considered one of the most popular methods of facial rejuvenation today. There are ways to do this at home. This requires regular ice cubes from the refrigerator, to which some ingredients must be added. This procedure transforms, improves the complexion and activates the processes occurring under the skin layer.
If the skin of the face is oily, then wine ice is used for the procedure, which is easy to prepare by yourself. To do this, mix the herb St. John's wort (2 tablespoons), sage (3 tablespoons) and pour boiling water (half a glass). Keep the infusion in the dark for an hour. Then strain, add 5 tablespoons of white wine (dry or semi-dry) and freeze. The skin should be rubbed with this ice daily. There is no need to wipe your face after the procedure. Wine ice tightens pores, nourishes the skin, gives the face a radiance and makes the skin silky. If desired, you can replace St. John's wort and sage with chamomile, celandine or calendula.
When the skin is dry, the procedure will require herbs such as mint, chamomile, plantain or parsley. Hawthorn, mountain ash and eleutherococcus have a very good effect on dry skin. The herbs are mixed in equal proportions and poured over with boiling water. Then they insist for about an hour, filter and freeze. Wipe your skin with ice cubes daily, especially before bed.
Iced coffee is suitable for all skin types. To do this, you need to brew strong ground coffee, cool and pour into freezer molds. Wipe your face in the morning. Coffee tones, cleanses and lifts very well.
It is good to "cheer up" aging skin with mint ice. To do this, you need to take mint leaves (dried) and pour boiling water. A spoonful of herb is enough for a glass. Insist the mixture for an hour, cool and freeze. Mint ice is used in the morning, it can be used to wipe not only the skin of the face, but also the neck and chest. Such a simple home procedure will help smooth out unwanted wrinkles, eliminate irritation on the surface of the skin. In addition, mint ice tones up perfectly. You can enhance the effect by adding green tea and vitamin E to mint.