This gorgeous little tool is perfect for reshaping your jawline, especially for the more mature of us in the room! It helps to lift any natural sagging caused by ageing. It’s also great for releasing any tension. If you clench or grind your teeth at night this one is for you! It helps release that tension that can lead to not only pain in the jaw but to tension headaches.
What is face rolling?
Face rolling tools are made typically from jade, rose quartz or another crystal, and are designed to be used to gently massage the face and stimulate the lymphatic system to get rid of toxins, ease muscle tension, decrease puffiness and stimulate blood-flow to increase your skin’s glow. This act of a face rolling massage over the skin with an oil or serum for slip is key to draining excess fluid from the face and, with regular use, will tone and lift the skin.
Does face rolling work?
“Face rolling works on so many levels, from stimulating blood flow so you get more nutrients and oxygen to your skin, to draining fluid, to giving a deep-tissue massage,” explains aesthetician Joanna Czech, whose cryo roller is a key part of her famous facial – both Kim Kardashian and Cate Blanchett are regulars. ““Regular massage or face rolling really will change the shape of your face,” she says. Just like the muscles in our body, face muscles get tight, hold tension and become lax through lack of use.
rose-quartz rollers not only help to drain and contour the face, they’re also believed to help boost self-esteem,Plus, the stones stay naturally cold, so rolling in the morning gets the circulation going and helps calm inflammation and redness.
The benefits of face rolling
Many people use face rollers over a sheet mask to help the ingredients penetrate more deeply, but you can also use a face roller as the final step in your skincare routine for the same reason, to boost the absorption of products Even better, face rolling over makeup gives skin a beautiful healthy glow and helps achieve a more natural, less made-up finish. And while we know all the benefits of chilling our rollers, You can also warm them to use “like a hot stone massager. Dip it in hot water for 30 seconds, dry and then use over a sheet mask, serum or face cream. It’s so relaxing.
How to use a face roller
1. Always do face rolling upwards and in one direction – never roll up and down.
2. Repeat up to five upward rolls in each area. First, roll outwards under the jawline.
3. Next, use the face roller to roll out, towards your hairline, under the cheekbones and then along them.
4. Lastly, roll flat along the brows, and then upwards on the forehead.
5. Work more slowly over the neck and jawline, but be brisk to firm over and under the cheeks.
The expert tip for face rolling
Keep your face roller chilled in fridge. While most crystal face rollers stay cold naturally, using an extra-chilled tool tightens pores and wakes up a weary face at the end of a long day (or early in the morning), making it particularly good to use before an event. It’s also great to use for headaches. “Use it two to three times a week, for at least five minutes, and you’ll see the difference to your face in a couple of weeks.