Facial rollers are the new addition to a bride's beauty kit and we tell you why.
Are you always on the lookout for new skincare products and techniques in the hopes of achieving flawless skin?
Our new suggestion: facial rollers. These are handheld massaging tools made up of different semi-precious stones and crystals.
They give your face a massage and boost blood circulation, reduce puffiness, get rid of eye bags and helps in the absorption of your skincare products. It comes as no surprise that these facial rollers have been an integral part of Chinese and Korean skincare regimens.
The ones made of gemstones are the most popular on the internet at the moment and that's because of their healing, calming, and cooling properties. The most common stones used in facial rollers are:
Jade: In Chinese history, jade is seen as a symbol of beauty, grace, and longevity. Jade's cooling properties help tighten the skin and increase lymphatic drainage. The jade rollers stimulate skin detox and are beneficial for anti-ageing and wrinkle treatment.
Jade Facial Roller (Buy here)
Rose Quartz: According to popular belief rose quartz promotes inner peace and love. Packed with minerals such as silicium, magnesium, iron, and oxygen, the rose-quartz facial rollers calms and heals the skin, reduce inflammation, and aid in skin cell renewal. Moreover, Rose quartz rollers re good for the heart, improves circulation, thus bringing oxygen to the skin which brightens the skin and improves the tone and texture of the skin.
Rose Quartz Facial Roller (Buy here)
How to use them?
These should be used after cleansing your face and applying facial oil, as the rollers would help work the oil into the skin and increasing its benefits. The facial rollers can also be used on top of sheet masks to make the skin absorb the mask serum in a much better way. Use the facial roller in the following motion:
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Considering the brightening and rejuvenating properties of facial rollers, they are a must-have in every bride's skincare routine, after all, which bride does not want a flawless, glowing skin on her d-day!
Header image source: Town and Country Magazine
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