ELLE (Australia) - - Fiction -

When the mer­cury is on the up, turn it down on your skin. The lat­est crop of prod­ucts and pro treat­ments is mak­ing your com­plex­ion cool it. “Cryother­apy is based on the prin­ci­ples of shock – when you flash-freeze, blood rushes to your in­ter­nal or­gans to reg­u­late tem­per­a­ture and picks up nu­tri­ents on the way,” ex­plains skin ther­a­pist Jean­nie Bourke. “Oxy­gen-rich blood pumps through your sys­tem, which stim­u­lates your im­mu­nity and re­duces in­flam­ma­tion.” If you’re too blissed out from the sum­mer sun to ap­ply your own cool­ing creams and masks, Bourke’s Syd­ney sa­lon Venus­tus has a Crys­tal Cryother­apy Fa­cial that in­volves re­frig­er­ated jade rollers and frozen cubes of mois­turiser.

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