5 Reasons Why You Should Use Ice Cubes for Your Skin

Hi everyone!

When it comes to skin hacks you should know these. Most of you don’t know it but with ice cubes you can improve your skin a lot. It is easy to do and it’s free 🙂 . The effects are amazing and you can see the results immediately. If you want to have healthy and glowing skin keep on reading ❤

  1. The first benefit of using ice is that it helps reduce pimples and also soothes irritated skin. Ice can calm the redness of the pimple and I swear on this. It is a life saver if you have a cystic acne. A quick tip on how to do it : take an ice cube and put it in a plastic bag. Place it for a minute on the pimple and then leave it for a while. Repeat the step 2 to 4 times.
  2. Getting rid of the puffy eyes. Everything that is cold helps with that. You can also make ice cubes from green tea or milk.
  3. Reduces the appearing of wrinkles. We are all scared of wrinkles.. am I right ladies? Yeah, don’t wait .. go to the freezer and take an ice cube… Now! 😀 Before that wash you face with warm water and dry it. Glide the ice till it melts, this will tight your pores.
  4. It works as a natural primer! If you are one of those girls who wears primer under the foundation this is for you! Before applying your makeup, glide the wrapped ice cube over your skin. This way it will keep your makeup longer.
  5. Last but not least. Helps with oily skin! This is because it shrinks your pores and the oil hates the cold.

Hope you guys liked this post  ❤ Thanks you so much for reading 🙂

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