Fire & Ice Facial arrives in Oz

Ten years after its launch in the US, the Fire & Ice Facial, the ‘red carpet’ treatment beloved by Hollywood celebrities like Halle Berry and Gwyneth Paltrow, has finally arrived in Australia.

High Tech Medical has taken on the distributorship of the treatment and Sydney’s Amirova Cosmetic Clinic is the first to offer it to consumers.

The 60-minute minute facial combines two masks – the Intensive Resurfacing Mask (ingredients include sugarcane extracts, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Vitamin A and B3) which feels hot and tingling (Fire) and the Rejuvenating Masque ingredients include Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice, Green Tea extract, Liquorice Root extract , Grape Seed extract and Rosemary Leaf extract) which feels cool and soothing (Ice)

According to iS Clinical, the creator of the treatment, the facial rapidly and safely resurfaces the skin leaving it smooth and bright with little or no down time.

Amirova Cosmetic Clinic director Sofia Amirova said she decided to introduce the facial and the iS Clinical skincare range as she likes to ensure that her salon can offer clients the “latest and most innovative technology and skincare available”.

“I love the fact that the results of the Fire & Ice Facial can be seen immediately,” she said.

“My clients notice a dramatic improvement in their complexion straight away – their pores look tighter, the wrinkles around the eyes look less obvious, and their whole face looks firmer, lifted and more radiant.”

She said her clients also appreciate the fact that the treatment has “zero down time”.

“Today what most people lack is time so they want a quick fix.

“They want a quick fix and with so many events happening in the leadup festive season, I figured this will be a perfect time to add the treatment to my salon menu”.

In addition, Sofia said she was pleased that iS Clinical products, including those used in the Fire & Ice facial, are “botanically derived pharmaceutical skincare”.

“As the ingredients do not systemically penetrate the skin it is a safe treatment to have for upcoming mothers, women that are expecting and breastfeeding.

“Women in this condition are very limited what treatments they can have and as a clinic owner I want to ensure that I can accommodate to all my clients without jeopardising their skin health,” she said.

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