Fire and Ice Laser Facial

Refresh and rejuvenate your skin using cutting edge technologies at our Denver medical spa

Get Glowing Skin with the Fire and Ice Laser Facial

Gleam Medical Spa is excited to offer Fire and Ice Laser Facial treatments to our patients. The Fire and Ice Laser Facial is a rejuvenating laser facial performed with our Cynosure Elite Laser. It is great to reduce pore size, stimulate collagen, and provide a beautiful glow to your skin! At Gleam Medical Spa, we use cutting-edge laser and cryogenic technologies to offer innovative and effective treatments. Our knowledgeable and highly trained technicians will ensure that you are comfortable throughout your treatment, and that you get the best results possible. Contact us today or schedule an appointment online.

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Rejuvenate with a Fire and Ice Laser Facial:

  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Reduces pore size
  • Evens out and improves skin tone and texture
  • Brightens skin creating a more youthful appearance
  • Safe and effective
  • Comparable to the popular Laser Genesis treatment

The Process

The Fire & Ice Facial combines laser and cryogenic technologies to significantly improve skin tone. This innovative laser facial begins with a laser light treatment then uses cryogenically-forced air to cool the skin, followed by a soothing gel sheet mask and an ice globe massage.

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Fire (laser)

The treatment uses heat (from our Cynosure Elites Laser) to reduce the appearance of pores, even and brighten skin tone, and stimulate collagen production.

woman getting laser treatment as part of a Fire and Ice Laser Facial at Gleam Medical Spa in Denver, Colorado
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Ice (cryogenically forced air)

As soon as skin reaches the ideal temperature from the laser treatment, it is cooled using cryogenically-forced air. This helps to seal in all the benefits.

Woman getting Fire and Ice Laser Facial with cryogenic air treatment to improve skin tone at Gleam Medical Spa in Denver, Colorado
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Hydrating & Brightening Mask

The treatment is finished with a refreshing Hydrating & Brightening Gel Sheet Mask and an invigorating Ice globe massage.

Woman getting gel sheet face mask as part of Fire and Ice Laser Facial treatment at Gleam Medical Spa in Denver, Colorado

Book Our Fire and Ice Laser Facial Today!

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE:

The Fire & Ice Facial is safe and effective for all skin types and tones. It works best on patients who want to improve the overall brightness and quality of their skin tone.

LOW DOWNTIME:

You may leave with a flushed look to your skin, but any redness should subside within 1‑4 hours.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

A single treatment session lasts no longer than 30 minutes. The number of sessions in a treatment program will depend on the individual patient, but typically varies between 3‑6 sessions, every 4‑6 weeks.

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Consultation

FREE

Consultations give you a chance to:

  • Meet with our experts
  • Get answers to your questions about our treatments
  • Receive a personalized plan that works best for your skin and will maximize benefits
  • Choose the right package that fits your needs

*Virtual consultations available!

Single Session

from $225 per session

  • Face: $375
  • Neck: $225
  • Chest: $375
  • Face, Neck & Chest: $550

up to 15% Off
single sessions with our spa memberships

Package of 3

from $198 per session

  • Face: $990
  • Neck: $594
  • Chest $990
  • Face, Neck & Chest: $1,452

nearly $200 SAVINGS

Package of 6

from $184 per session

  • Face: $1,845
  • Neck: $1,107
  • Chest: $1,845
  • Face, Neck & Chest: $2,706

nearly $600 SAVINGS

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