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Joanna Czech

To sculpt the face...

[This is] a great reshaping, remodeling treatment and something I do in all my facials. After using devices to warm up and stimulate the muscles, like ultrasound and red LED, I heat up problem areas with radio frequency to firm up the skin, then I shape the muscles with microcurrent. Finally, I use cryo or ice, as it seems to ‘freeze’ the firming and contouring effects of the devices, which makes it all last longer.”

The eye de-puffer...

“I love dandelion tea for de-puffing, so every time I make a cup, I stick the tea bag in the refrigerator (rather than the freezer) afterwards. Once they’re chilled, you can place them on your eyes and relax for a few minutes to take down any puffiness. I also love using ice cubes as a simple cryo treatment, but if you make them from chamomile or dandelion tea, you also get added draining and de-puffing benefits. I use a gauze or glass-cleaning cloth to wrap around a cube before rubbing it over my face. If you run an ice cube over your sheet mask, the cold helps seal in product ingredients, too. You can also do this after an extraction to calm down any redness.”

The icy facial...

“Along with my masks, I keep my Joanna Czech face-massager device in the fridge so I can use it, chilled, over a sheet mask. Together, they give skin the best cryo treatment for de-puffing and taking down any inflammation.”