Milk ice cubes to the rescue
Already known to be a great moisturiser, frozen milk cubes double the effect when applied on skin. Cleanse your face and gently massage some milk ice cubes on it for a few minutes. Then, let your face sit as is for about 20 minutes (or till the milk dries) and rinse with cold water. You’ll wake up to a glowing face the next morning.
Cucumber, lemon and honey scrub
Puree a cucumber, add a squeeze of lemon juice and a drizzle of honey, pour into an ice tray and freeze. Cucumbers are naturally cooling and moisturise the skin while lemon is great to treat a tan. Gently massage and let it sit for 10 minutes before washing it off for oil free and fresh skin.
Green tea ice cubes
Working too hard and it’s all beginning to show? Try this super remedy for puffy eyes and dark circles – massage some green tea ice cubes on your face as soon as you wake up. It reduces puffiness while making your skin glow and keeping it oil free throughout the day.
Instant reliever aloe vera
A simple sunburn soother, you can freeze some aloe vera juice and apply on scorched areas for instant relief. Trust us, it’s the best way to treat your skin after a beach holiday!
Lavender ice face massage
Wrap a handful of ice cubes in a napkin and pour couple of drops of lavender oil on it. Massage these on your face and neck before bed. Leave it on overnight to treat fine lines and improve blood circulation, not to mention the scent lavender is also said to aide good sleep.