Fire and Ice Facial

This futuristic facial has caught the attention of many Hollywood stars and is now becoming more popular in the UK.

What makes the Fire and Ice Facial different is the medical-grade product but also the level of intensity involved - the first step, 'Fire,' contains a high 18% unbuffered glycolic acid, Retinol (Vitamin A) & Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)

The 'Ice' known as the Rejuvenating Masque cools the skin right down with potent antioxidants - Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera, Green Tea & Rosemary Extract to soothe, hydrate and nourish skin barrier.

Fire and Ice Facial

Pregnancy safe facial

iS Clinical has spent over a decade creating a pregnancy-safe facial in the UK, and for the first time, a highly intensive facial comes with complete safety by the FDA, which has confirmed pregnancy and breastfeeding safe. 

Ideal for

  1. Special Events
  2. Problematic Skin
  3. Dehydrated Skin
  4. Uneven Complexions
  5. Restoring Luminosity
  6. Hyperpigmentation


How often can you do Fire and Ice Facial

Once per month.

The best way to explain Fire and Ice Facial is to bridge the gap between an invasive peel and a mild facial.

How long do the results of Fire and Ice Facial Last?

Clients experience results immediately, and these effects can still be seen 4-6 weeks post-treatment

Which skin type is the Fire and Ice Facial for?

This facial is for all ages, and all skin types. With no side-effects, allowing you to get back to work straight away. 

Which celebrities have done Fire & Ice Facial

This treatment is being dubbed the 'Red Carpet Facial or 'Hollywood Facial' celebrities such as Kim K have posted online about their stunning results.

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