Fire & Ice Peel

A fire and ice peel is an advanced anti-aging facial treatment that uses alternating hot and cold therapy to promote revitalized, younger-looking skin. It begins by deeply cleansing the skin then applying a glycolic peel solution to gently slough off dull surface layers and stimulate collagen growth. This is the “fire” aspect of the treatment. Next, a soothing infusion of restorative hyaluronic acid rehydrates while the cooling “ice” mask provides lasting hydration. 

Target Treatment Areas

People choose the fire and ice peel to combat multiple signs of aging without extensive downtime. The treatment resurfaces the skin, reduces the look of wrinkles and sun damage, minimizes pores, and stimulates firmer, plumper, more youthful skin. Fire and ice peels can be used to treat the following areas:












What to Expect

The fire and ice peel begins with a deep cleansing of the skin followed by the application of two separate masks that exfoliate away dead skin and restore hydration to reveal softer, more radiant skin. 

Glycolic Acid Peel

The glycolic peel stage of a fire and ice treatment helps dissolve dead skin cells and prepare the skin for rejuvenation. First, the skin is cleansed and toned to remove any residue. Then, a glycolic acid solution is applied and left on the skin for 2-5 minutes. Glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid derived from sugar cane that penetrates the surface layers of skin and dissolves the "glue" holding together old, dull cells. This allows them to be whisked away, revealing brighter skin underneath. 

Cooling Hyaluronic Acid Mask

The cooling mask stage is the final step of a fire and ice facial to calm, hydrate and restore the skin after the intensive exfoliating and freezing phases. A serum containing moisturizing ingredients such as aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, and green tea is massaged into the skin to deliver a surge of hydration and plumping effects. 
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Is the Fire & Ice Peel
Right for Me?

The versatile fire and ice peel improves both skin texture and color irregularities anywhere on the body. It's commonly used on the face, neck, chest and hands but can also rejuvenate areas like the arms, back, knees, and legs. The treatment is suitable for all skin types and is also safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Fire and ice peels may not be a good option for you if you have any of the following conditions:
  • Extremely sensitive skin or easily triggered allergies 
  • If you are taking isotretinoin acne medication (like Accutane) 
  • You have recently had cosmetic treatments like laser, botox or filler 
  • Have a history of cold sores/fever blisters 
  • Have skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis 
  • Sunburned skin
  • Those with an active skin infection
  • Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Individuals who cannot avoid sun exposure 

The Beauty Benefits of the Fire & Ice Peel

The fire and ice mask requires minimal downtime and can be used to address a variety of skin concerns. Regular fire and ice peels keep skin looking its best with very little recovery time required. This two-step treatment can help you achieve the following:

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Exfoliates and resurfaces skin
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Diminishes appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
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Reduces pore size
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Brightens and evens out skin tone
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Increases firmness and elasticity
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Hydrates skin
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Soothes inflammation
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Stimulates new cell turnover
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Improves many common skin concerns
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Strengthens the skin over time

Fire & Ice Peels Near New Jersey

Want to treat yourself with a soothing facial treatment? Our highly skilled practitioners offer the popular fire and ice treatment as well as a variety of other beautifying facial treatments. We are now treating at two locations in Shrewsbury and East Brunswick! Give us a call at 732-359-2079 or email to book an appointment!


Is the Fire & Ice Peel safe?
The Fire and Ice peel is considered a safe skin rejuvenation treatment when properly performed by an experienced aesthetician.
Will my Fire & Ice Peel treatment hurt?
While patients may experience some temporary stinging, redness or dryness following the procedure, these will subside within a few days.
What should I do to prepare for a Fire & Ice Peel?
Avoiding waxing or laser treatments for approximately 48 hours prior to receiving your facial treatment is recommended. Refrain from using products with vitamin A, glycolic acid, and any ingredients that are used for resurfacing purposes for at least three days before your scheduled treatment.