How to use after frozen ？
After cleansing your face, run your Ice Bomb under running water for 1-2 Minutes to defrost slightly. This will make it easy to remove the cap and prevent future leakage due to product expansion.
How many times can I use my Ice Bomb?
You can use your Ice Bomb each morning for a wake up boost for tired looking skin, to improve blood circulation and give your face an instant glow. Or in the evening to compliment you night care routine.
Your Ice Bomb can last you several days. If you wish to change recipes simply run your ice bomb under warm water to melt the ice - wash and reuse.
Should I wash my face after using my Ice Bomb and different recipes?
Yes, we encourage experimenting with different ingredients to see which best suits you. After icing your face, rinse with cold water (avoid using hot water) and follow up with your moisturising routine.
What can I fill my Ice Bomb with?
You can fill your Ice Bomb with ANYTHING you like most of which are already in your cupboard or fridge. Create your own beauty hack recipes for your individual skin type or skin concerns. If your stuck we have a range of beginner friendly recipes to get you started along with progress track sheets and journals so you can see which recipes and ingredients work for you! - Time to take full control of your skin care.
Our Ice Bombs are made from food grade silicone, are BPA free and non-toxic.
How long do I use my Ice Bomb for?
Glide your ice bomb across your face in 30 second intervals using circular motions for optimal results. DO NOT exceed this time and place ice on your face in the same position for more than 30 seconds as it can cause Ice burn - Ice burn is where extremely cold objects come into direct contact with the skin for an extended period of time. It can cause tingling or numbness.
How are ice burns treated?
To treat an ice burn, remove the source of cold from your skin and allow the affected area to return to its normal temperature before slowly apply lukewarm water (not hot) to the affected area. Once your skin begins to heal, you may apply Aloe Vera or other topical gels to help ease discomfort.