A big ice egg to give relief to the face, erase dark circles and maybe even the headache: the socialite tells it on her YouTube channel.
Hailey Bieber is a great beauty lover and, thanks to her YouTube channel, it is possible to know every detail of her routine, including many beauty tips that allow her to have a naturally glowing skin, always with little makeup.
Her latest beauty accessory intrigued many of her: an ice-effect beauty tool to refresh, tone and cool down the skin. And on TikTok it is obviously already viral.
Hailey Bieber, the cold effect beauty device
There are many beauty tools on the market that take advantage of cryotherapy to decongest, tone and energize the skin of the face and body: from the now famous Ice Globes that deflate bags and dark circles to face rollers to keep in the freezer to drain the swelling of awakening.
Hailey Bieber knows well that she invited beauty influencer Hyram to an episode of her on her YouTube channel to test some cool effect news together.
After removing make-up and applying various treatments, Hailey presents her guest with a “bizarre”-looking beauty tool, a large ice egg in a pill-shaped silicone mold.
The model discovered it on TikTok: it costs less than 30 euros and is already a super trend.
The benefits of ice on the skin
Extremely easy to use – just fill it with water and put it in the freezer waiting for the water to solidify – this beauty tool is the turning point for those who suffer from dark circles or often show a tired face.
Ideal for an anti-heat beauty routine, it can be enriched with slices of cucumber or rose petals, thus enhancing the effect on the skin.
To use it then just remove the protective cap and make movements that start from the center of the face and go outwards, focusing mainly in the eye area.
In addition, the silicone bottom ensures a comfortable grip and does not burn your fingers in the cold.
A “home cryotherapy” session that helps reduce swelling and stimulates blood circulation. Within reach of the freezer.
Author: Michael Zippo
Sources: VanityFair, IO Donna