Fire and Ice Facial in Dallas, TX

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What is a Fire and Ice Facial?

The Fire and Ice facial at Modern Medical Spa is a top-of-the-line facial treatment. Using iS Clinical technology, this resurfacing treatment helps men and women in the Dallas, TX area address skin irregularities, like fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone and texture, and more. This facial treatment is described somewhere between a mild facial and an invasive peel — with the benefit of very little downtime. Known as the "Hollywood Facial," the Fire and Ice facial is known in the celebrity community for its stunning results. Medical director Dr. David Genecov and his talented medical spa team encourage men and women to ask about the Fire and Ice facial if you're looking for a quick skin resurfacing treatment.

Is the Fire and Ice Facial Right for Me?

The Fire and Ice facial uses natural ingredients so this could be a great option for virtually any skin type. Many Dallas, TX women and men consider getting this high-quality facial to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and even acne and acne scarring. It can also help treat pigmentation issues, such as rosacea, and more.

What to Expect from the Fire and Ice Facial

At Modern Medical Spa, your Fire and Ice facial will begin with one of our team members cleaning your skin and preparing it for your facial. Then, we will apply the iS Clinical's Resurfacing Masque. This is an exfoliant so you'll feel a heated sensation (fire) as the mask is applied. The resurfacing mask is followed by the Rejuvenating Masque, which contains soothing ingredients, like aloe vera, green tea extract, hyaluronic acid, and more, and produces a cool sensation as we neutralize your skin with our rejuvenating ice mask. This procedure, which takes under an hour at our Dallas, TX medical spa, will resurface and rejuvenate the skin, reduce pigmentation issues, minimize wrinkles and lines, can help with acne and acne scarring, and more. Many of our patients like this treatment because there is virtually no downtime, and they can get right back to their daily routine afterward. You will likely be sent home with a few care instructions to follow for a week or less after your facial.

Firm, Smooth, and Youthful

We know those typical signs of aging and skin imperfections can get in the way of you living your best life. That's why at Modern Medical Spa, we offer the iS Clinical Fire and Ice facial. This revolutionary treatment, known as the "Hollywood Facial," is popular among many men and women who are looking for a quick skin resurfacing solution. Using resurfacing and rejuvenation techniques, the Fire and Ice facial can produce smooth, firm skin with minimized scarring and hyperpigmentation. For more information or to schedule a consultation with medical director Dr. David Genecov, contact our Dallas, TX office at your earliest convenience.

Fire and Ice Facial FAQ

Does a Fire and Ice Facial hurt?

No, it doesn’t. Most people only feel a slight warming sensation during the Fire part and then a soothing, relieving coolness during the Ice phase.

Can anyone get a Fire and Ice Facial?

Yes, the Fire and Ice Facial is effective for all skin types and uses all-natural ingredients — so anyone can get one.

What does the Fire and Ice Facial treat?

In addition to providing superb skin exfoliation, rejuvenation, and rehydration, a Fire and Ice Facial also:

  • Addresses signs of aging (wrinkles and fine lines)
  • Diminishes acne and acne scarring
  • Improves texture and pigmentation issues
  • Restores the natural skin glow
  • And more...

How long does a Fire and Ice Facial take?

A typical Fire and Ice Facial takes under an hour to complete.

Is there any downtime with a Fire and Ice Facial?

There is virtually no downtime with a Fire and Ice Facial, so you’ll be able to return to your normal routine as soon as you’re done. We will give you some aftercare tips that you should follow for about a week after your treatment to ensure optimal results.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.