This intensive clinical facial by iS Clinical is a medical grade treatment and is designed to rapidly and safely resurface the skin, reducing the fine lines and wrinkles, smoothing, softening, and encouraging cellular renewal.
The centerpiece of this remarkable treatment system is a combination of two therapeutic masques followed by application of a serum and a crèmes to soothe and moisturize the skin.
Awakening your senses, this phenomenal system incorporates both active and soothing formulas, which evokes aromas of warm cinnamon spice and brisk cool peppermint.
The treatment takes 45-60 minutes and is incredibly effective with long lasting results and without any downtime unlike other chemical peels.
The Fire and Ice treatment is a great way to get ready for big events like weddings, reunions or engagements. In fact, it’s considered the “hottest” and “coolest” treatment out there, has been used by both Halle Berry and Gwyneth Paltrow, and was voted Celebrity Facial Of The Year by InStyle Magazine.
The “Fire” portion of the treatment is an extremely powerful INTENSIVE RESURFACING MASQUE clinically formulated with:
The treatment is designed for use on the face, neck and décolleté. It has a cinnamon scent and tingles a little on your face as it begins to work .This portion of the treatment lasts only 2-3 minutes.
The “Ice” portion is the REJUVENATING MASQUE, which is a soothing, intensively hydrating treatment formulated with:
This second masque cools the initial peel to leave the skin invigorated and glowing. The “Ice” portion stays on your face for about 5 minutes.
After a final cleanse, a moisturizing serum and a strong sunscreen are applied to the face. Some people experience redness for a short time after treatment. This should subside within minutes or at the longest, a couple of hours. Be sure to wear a sunscreen for several days and avoid prolonged and direct sun exposure.
The Fire and Ice Facial is great for all skin types.
*This facial cannot be performed if you are currently using any type of retinols, Retin -A or Roaccutane.