This skin care device has been used for centuries in Asian countries, particularly in China, for its therapeutic and beauty benefits.
This elegant roller is perfect for using on face and the body. It’s non-invasive, easy to use and portable if you travel.
Facial rolling is a quick and effective way to reduce the look of puffiness and promote a smoother, glowing complexion.
About Facial Massage
Facial massage is an anti-aging practice that can dramatically improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Just as we carry tension in our neck and shoulders, we also carry a lot of tension in our face, which contributes to the forming of wrinkles.
100% natural Jade stones, are said to carry a soothing, healing energy.
Known as the stone of eternal youth, Jade is especially good at supporting healthy lymphatic drainage and encouraging a sculpted, lifted look to the skin.
For best results use your Jade Facial Roller at least three times a week for five to 10 minutes. Daily use will encourage the most visible results.
Work from the center of the face, treating both the left and right sides separately. Concentrate on making 5-10 passes with the roller on each section of the skin (see diagrams for more detail), paying close attention to areas of the face with more prominent lines and wrinkles.
Always work in upward motions, starting from the center of the face rolling out toward the hairline. DO NOT use back-in-forth motions with the facial roller. The idea is to move excess fluids out from the center of the face.
Use a gentle-yet-firm pressure, according to your comfort level. The smaller roller is perfect to focus on the delicate skin around the eyes and mouth. Take care to use a softer touch around the eyes and avoid rolling directly ever the eyes.
Avoid rolling over inflamed acne or open wounds. Be sure to thoroughly clean your Jade Facial Roller after each use.
Adding facial rolling into your morning routine is a great way to eliminate the look of puffiness, encourage deeper penetration of your skin care products and prepare the skin for makeup (or a great shave!).
Tip: To enhance this experience, keep your facial roller in the fridge. The cooling effect will increase the effectiveness of its depuffing abilities and wake you up.
At night er love pairing facial rolling with a leave-on facial mask such as our Match Cool Mask or MerGel Mutipurpose Facial Lotion.
The treatment will ensure deeper penetration of the mask and give the product time to be absorbed before you head off to bed. The process of facial rolling is also a relaxing ritual to help you unwind from the day.
1. Wash your face with a good quality facial cleanser and thoroughly dry your face with a towel or wash cloth.
2. Apply a nourishing facial oil, serum or cream to the face and neck.
3. Before the skin has a chance to absorb the face oil or cream, begin your facial rolling treatment.
While you don’t have to go in a certain order, we suggest starting from the neck area and working upward.
Neck – Using upward motions from the base of the neck to the jaw line. You can start in the middle and work out or start on one side and work across to the other.
Jawline – Work from the center of the base of the jaw and roll or gently scrape upwards toward the ear on each side.
Chin and lower jaw – Work from the center of the chin outward and upward to the side of the face, just below the ear.
Mouth – Using the smaller roller or indention, work the lower and upper lip, starting from the center and moving out toward the ears.
Cheeks – Start from the corner of the nose outward and upward to the temple area. Depending on the size of your face, you may need to do 3 different pathways to cover the entire cheek area, starting from the bottom of the nose, middle of the cheek, and just below the orbital bone.
Eye area – Using the smaller roller, work from the inner corner of the eye, close to the bridge of the nose, outward to the corner of the eye. Repeat for the upper eye just below the eyebrow.
Don't forget the "crow's feet" area. Start at the outer corner of the eye and work towards the temple.
Forehead – Work the "third eye" area between the eyebrows rolling up from the top of the nose up to the top of the forehead. Then work the left and right side of the forward using the same upward motion. You can also work horizontally from the center of the forehead out to the hairline on each side.