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Some of the best facial treatments that use cold to soothe clients’ skin or target aesthetic concerns

1 BeautyLab

The Facial Ice Globes are based on professional cryotherapy treatments and use cold to de-puff skin, stimulate collagen and elastin production, and improve lymphatic drainage while brightening the complexion, giving clients an instant refresh – the brand recommends using them alongside treatment serums or eye gels to intensify effects. The globes can be used in the BeautyLab 10-minute Ice Globe Mini Facial, with the 14-step treatment able to be incorporated into any facial for de-puffing, firming and toning. 

Trade: £16.00 for Duo Ice Globes

Set; £9.00 for Single Ice Globe.

0345 217 1360

2 Crystal Clear

The Skinstorm is a device that incorporates multiple skin technologies to treat a range of skin conditions. Dissolved oxygen and cryo temperatures can be used at different points throughout the personalised treatments, including the Hurricane Oxy Ice Cleanse, Oxy Ice Peel and Acne Anti-Bacterisation Peel, and Oxy Ice Fibroblast Needling.

Price: on request

0151 709 7227

3 Gelida Medica

Gelida Medica’s Cryo 21 device contains over 100 treatments for the body and face, including fat freezing, skin tightening, lymphatic drainage, skin condition treatment and pain management. It comes as a desktop device to use in clinic, or in a portable casing for therapists on the go. On the face, the device can be used for firming, wrinkle reduction, double chin reduction, premature ageing and treatment of conditions including rosacea.

Trade: £25,500

0330 056 2431

4 Noon Aesthetics

Noon Aesthetics’s Triple MCH device uses mesoporation, cryo and heating functions. The cryo technology supports the mesoporation by contracting blood cells to allow deep penetration of substances that stimulate collagen production or treat inflammatory conditions. The treatment is designed for all Fitzpatrick skin types and can firm, rejuvenate and brighten the skin, as well as helping to treat acne, rosacea and seborrhea.

Price: on request

02920 231228

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