Jade Roller | Jade Roller Pro
Roll your way to a beautiful complexion. The jade roller has been the Chinese woman's beauty secret since the 7th century. This classic jade roller has natural, quality stone. This tool will quickly become a cant-live-without staple in your morning and nightly skin care routine! The Jade Roller Pro provides structure for more firm rolling. However, with the stone's more gradual curve, the experience is more gentle, evenly distributed, less targeted pressure. Great for rolling fine lines!
Dual-sided roller allows for flexibility in usage. Smaller rollers are best for the eye area and temples. Larger size rollers are good for cheeks, forehead, and neck.
+ Promote lymphatic drainage
+ Balance Chi
+ Stimulate collagen production
+ Tone cheekbones, define jawline, even complexion, + shrink pores
+ Pop in the refrigerator for an energizing + cooling expirence sure to de-puff!To Use | Gently roll your jade roller tool over freshly cleansed skin 2-4 times daily for 5-10 minutes. Can be used on clean skin or over serum. Using over a serum will help that serum penetrate more deeply into the skin due to the increased blood flow.
Forehead: Move from the center of the forehead beginning at the hairline, rolling towards the ear, down to the temple. Repeat 4-7 times. Focus attention on fine lines and eyebrow furrow.
Eyes: Use the small roller to tone the lids and under-eye area. Move from the inner corner of the eye area to the ear.
Nose, Lips, Chin: Use larger roller to work from the nose out to the ear. Continue with the upper lip, lower lip, and the chin. Roll along the lower jawline of the chin, making your way to the ear lobe. Repeat on the other side.
Jawline and Neck: Start at chin and swipe upward toward cheekbones. Make sweeping motions up under the chin towards ears, then down the neck toward the collar bones.
For sinus pressure: Use a warmed washcloth and place over your nose, forehead, and cheekbones. Roll the small roller from the center of your face down either side of the nose, finishing toward the cheek bones.