Does salt and ice make your skin lighter?
nope not at all
sayin the truth my dad did it once.... my advice.. get some skin lightner or something
Combining salt and ice will make very cold, salty water, which is quite uncomfortable if you get it on your skin. This could be described as a burning cold. Actually, the answer is yes. The chemical reaction from the salt melting the ice will cause a rash to appear on your skin. If you put salt on your hand then place an ice cube on the salt, the resulting chemical reaction will burn you.
THE salt and ice challenge can cause major damage to skin and also cause new fresh skin to burn off the salt and ice challenge is dangerous and will definitely leave a mark the salt and ice challenge can also make your skin burn and sting for quite a while i don't recommend the salt and ice challenge for anyone so please don't put yourself in danger!!
This kind of burn is called an Alkaline burn. Salt is an Alkali, and when put on the skin and covered with ice the combination removes moisture from the top layer of skin. The Alkaline nature of the salt then burns the skin more readily since it's now been dehydrated from both the ice and salt combination.
Not as far as anyone knows. at least ice won't. Why would you want salt on skin? But ice should not be applied direct to skin anyway as it "burns". The ice should be wrapped in something that allows cold to come through, but prevents direct contact. 20 mins on, 20 off is about the norm for treating sprains etc.
Ice cream is much easier to make in a compressor ice cream maker, which has a built in electric freezer. No ice or salt required. But this type of ice cream maker usually costs over $200, so if you only make ice cream rarely its best to use a cheap ice cream maker using an ice and salt freezing mixture to freeze the ice cream. The ice and salt are not part of the ice…
Together, they cause a chemical reaction and can severely burn your skin. If you are thinking of taking the salt & ice challenge, DON'T DO IT!! The Burns can rip your skin right off. Try going on google and searching 'salt and ice challenge burns' I'm sure you won't want to do it after reading about the poor people who did this and had to go to the ER. Not a fun way to spend…