FYI, sub-zero skincare is now a thing
Ice cubes are a stock standard in most of our homes. From the moment a minty mojito needs an on-the-rocks refresh to the morning after when the related hangover headache threatens to shatter your skull, it’s generally good to have a couple of trays on hand in the name of practicality. But some people, including ultimate (and apparently literal) cool-girl Kate Moss, also swear by sub-zero temps in the skincare space. “If I wake up looking tired and puffy, I fill a sink with ice and cucumber and submerge my face. It tightens everything, making you look and feel instantly awake”, Moss vows. And while Kate’s tick of approval is usually the number one prereq for a skincare trend that gets our radars buzzing, this one does seem a little bleak. But if you do want to fake a frost-bitten glow (it’s a thing) without the sheer sensory shock of submerging your face in a sink full of slush, these sub-zero skincare products are a more (yet technically, less) chill way to cheat the look without fully freezing your face off. You’ll be faking fresh out of the freezer radiance in no time.