Try Frozen Facial With These DIY Ice Cube Recipes & Beat The Summer Woes

Summer can be terrible for your skin. But no matter what your skin condition is, an ice cube on face works like magic. How? Just freeze the ingredients and make your own version of ice cubes to target various skin woes. If you have no idea, scroll up to learn about how to make one.

Aloe Vera Ice Cube

Peel and extract the fresh aloe vera (or just gel) into the ice cube tray and place the ice tray in a freezer. Apply on your face. You'll be surprised how good the frozen gel feels on the skin. Since this ingredient is known as nature's beauty secret, these cubes can be used for more than just burns.

Cinnamon Ice Cube

If you have acne issues, just go for this one because cinnamon has antibacterial properties. All you have to do is mix the cinnamon powder in water. Then, pour it in the ice tray and make ice cubes. Apply on the affected area and let the liquid dry. Make a note, don’t wash it immediately. Leave for an hour. Do it twice or thrice a week.

Cucumber & Lemon Ice Cube

For this, you have to blend the cucumber, add a few drops of lemon and pour it in the ice tray. Let it freeze until the cubes are formed. Apply on your face whenever you feel tired. Cucumber has a soothing effect on the skin while lemon brightens it up.

Tomato & Honey Ice Cube

Uneven tone or want to reduce puffiness? Blend the tomato pieces with a tablespoon of honey. Pour the mix into the tray. Then, freeze it to form it into ice cubes. Rub them over the face and neck. Leave it on for 15 minutes and wash with lukewarm water.

Milk Ice Cube

Instead of water, pour milk in an ice tray and freeze it. Apply these cubes gently on your face. Rinse it with cold water after 20 minutes or till the milk dries. It works great as a moisturiser. So whenever your skin is feeling a bit dry, this ice cube is your rescue.