What's a Fire and Ice Facial? Fire and ice facial, also known as a Red-Carpet Facial, is a treatment designed to resurface your skin, eliminate fine lines and wrinkles and "deep clean blocked pores. Serums and creams." This treatment is widely known for "brightening, smoothing and tightening" your skin. Where does the name Red-Carpet Facial originate? Hollywood stars are obsessed with this procedure. Moreover, they use it just before a Red-Carpet appearance, and that's the reason behind its peculiar pseudonym. According to iS Clinical: "The facial begins with the ‘fire' which is an intensive resurfacing masque. The mask is clinically formulated with 18% unbuffered glycolic acid, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, retinol, vitamin B3 and potent antioxidants, including green tea extracts. It has a cinnamon scent and tingles a little on your face as it begins to work." After the fire mask comes the ice one; this mask soothes and cools the skin. Clinical uses a "rejuvenating mask designed to cool and soothe the skin. This intensively hydrating masque contains hyaluronic acid, Aloe Vera Gel, Japanese green tea extracts, licorice extracts, grape seed extracts and rosemary extracts." Éminence Organic Skin Care uses: "Hungarian Herbal Mud Treatment" and "Lime Stimulating Masque. This facial has ingredients like paprika, nettle, and cinnamon" in their fire facial. Furthermore, they use "peppermint, menthol, cucumber and tea tree can also produce an icy sensation on the skin." Take into consideration this treatment needs to be done every four weeks and at least six times. With every session, you'll notice an overall improvement in the skin. This treatment has many benefits. After it, your skin is going to feel tight, firm, and with a unique glow. Fire and ice facial might leave your skin with a "mild redness," but this is entirely temporary. This facial can cost from $95 to $140.