Now that the temperatures are (finally) rising, we’re trying a few new beauty treatments that are taking us right back into the cold. Remember those oversized blue eye masks everyone’s mom kept in the freezer? (Great for hangovers, by the way.) Our latest obsessions are freezer-dwelling beauty products that blow that mask out of the water. Each of these three liquid-to-frozen concoctions serve a different purpose and worked wonders on our skin. So start making room in the freezer for these three amazing new finds.
Clockwise from top left: Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox De-Puffing Eye-Cubes, $50 at Sephora; Mila Moursi Cyro Serum Ice Cube Infusion, $155 at Barneys; Anne Semonin Eye Express Radiance Ice Cubes, $56.60 at BeautyBay.com
The eye-soothing cucumber gets an upgrade thanks to Peter Thomas Roth. These circular disks are essential for reducing puffiness and dehydration around the eye area in addition to making it seem like you got solid sleep the night before. Made to refresh, these disks boast ingredients like aloe vera to comfort the skin, arnica to brighten up dark circles and fatigue plus caffeine to boost circulation — because even eyes need a little help in the morning, too.
Cryotherapy is all the rage lately and Mila Moursi’s luxurious brightening serum works overtime to provide the preventative effects of the freezing cold treatment for your face. The at-home cubes hydrate the skin, while providing anti-aging benefits with an infusion of amino acids and minerals. The result is plumped, radiant skin that looks like you’ve just visited the spa.
The Anne Semonin radiance cubes may be designed for eyes, but are also great for use all over your face to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Hyaluronic acid and marine spring water are some of the main ingredients to give skin a pick-me-up at any time.