Cryo-Masks and Other Superfoods That Nourish the Skin

We know what you want: healthy, glowing skin. And you want to do it using all natural skincare. Who doesn’t?

But there’s about 1,000 different people out there telling you which superfoods are the best for skincare. We’re here to give you the final word when it comes to superfoods that nourish the skin, and also a little insight into the power of cryotherapy facial masks. 

What is a Cryotherapy Facial?

A cryotherapy mask is your answer to powerful skin nourishment. On the cutting edge of skincare, cryotherapy uses ice to help soothe the skin, relieve swelling, and minimize pores. 

In a cryotherapy facial, ice is rolled on the skin gently, with a towel or other barrier against it to prevent the skin from getting too cold. Using ice for skincare is a traditional method that provides a large list of benefits, including:

  • Reducing the appearance of wrinkles
  • Taking the pain away from sunburns
  • Helping to ease acne
  • Eliminating puffiness in the skin, especially eye bags
  • Minimizing pores
  • Boosting circulation
  • Toning the skin

Skin icing not only helps with all of the benefits listed above, but also can enhance the effects of the superfood ingredients in the skincare you’re using. For example, if you apply a serum to your skin and then use ice afterward, the capillaries in the skin restrict, and help to pull the good ingredients in. 

Beauty Pops  give you the best of both worlds, infusing superfoods into an ice pop that you apply right onto your face for a boost of healthy radiance. The ice helps boost the superfood ingredients, and lock them in for long-lasting benefits.

Cryo-Masks Superfoods That Nourish the Skin

So, you know that you should be using a cryo-mask with your superfoods to get the best effects. Now you need to know which superfoods you should be teaming up with your ice.

Papaya SuperFood Ingriediants for Skincare

Papaya

Add papaya to your skincare superfood routine, and reap the benefits of a fruit brimming with healthy enzymes. Papayas contain beta-carotene, papain, and alpha-hydroxy acids that act as a strong exfoliator to your skin, dissolving dead skin cells. The result is lighter, brighter, and softer skin, which sounds like a win win to us. 

Turmeric

You might be used to using turmeric when you’re cooking, but you should also be adding some to your skincare routine. Turmeric is rich in curcumin, an antioxidant that fights against free radicals that could be dulling your skin. While it’s battling those free radicals, it’s also helping to promote the synthesis of collagen. When you topically apply turmeric to your skin, the increased collagen production can help to renew skin elasticity - which means less fine lines and wrinkles. Yes please to this all natural skincare superfood.

Banana

Before you bake that banana into your banana bread, think about saving a little bit for a face mask, first. Bananas are chock-full of vitamin B-6, vitamin C, potassium, and even contain some vitamin A. It’s a seriously hydrating face mask that can help with your dry skin, and may even reduce hyperpigmentation and brighten up the skin.

Avocado Skincare Infused Products and Ingredients for Korean Cryotherapy Facial Skin Masks
Avocado

When you use avocado for skin care, it might be hard not to just snack on some for yourself - but your skin needs the superfood as much as you want to eat it. It’s hydrating for the skin and the healthy fats found in avocados promote the regeneration of your skin. It can also help to calm the look of inflammation, and nutrients like lecithin help speed up the body’s healing process. High in vitamins A, B, D, and E, avocados are the superfood that can’t be beat. When you have an avocado that’s gotten too ripe, don’t throw it away - put some on your face.

Honey

Alright, it might be a little messy, but honey is a great superfood for your face. Not only is it also a hydrating face mask, it’s antimicrobial properties really give your skin a boost. It’s a natural humectant, which means that it helps to both absorb moisture and lock it in. It’s long been known to help support acne-prone skin, because it’s all natural skincare that helps ward off bacteria.

Pumpkin

You might like eating pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving, but you’re also going to want to add it to your face mask. The bioflavonoids in pumpkin hydrate your skin and give it a plumping boost, along with infusing it with beta carotene and amino acids. This superfood also nourishes the skin by promoting collagen production. Like with many of the foods listed here, you can blend pumpkin with other superfoods, like honey, for a powerful superfood mask.

Cryotherapy Facial Beauty Pops for Skincare

Superfood Enriched Love & Pebble Cryotherapy Beauty Pops

Alright, time to make some ice, get some bananas, and find some pumpkins even if they’re out of season, right? Lucky for you, Love & Pebble has got your cryo-mask and superfood shopping list covered, because Beauty Pops  are packed with papaya, banana, turmeric, and pumpkin - your all natural skincare, all in one place. Combine all the benefits of each ingredient together into one ultra-powerful superfoods cryotherapy facial mask. We can’t wait for you to glow from the inside out.

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