The nat­ur­al stone mas­sager has become an Insta­gram star for a rea­son: it not only helps to look good, but also looks very cute on its own. Let’s take a look at what facial rollers are good for and how to use them.

How does a facial roller work?

Mas­sage with objects resem­bling mod­ern rollers began to be done in Chi­na as ear­ly as the 7th cen­tu­ry AD, and is still used today. This is an effec­tive and safe prac­tice of nat­ur­al reju­ve­na­tion.

Here’s what hap­pens when you apply the roller to your skin:

- blood cir­cu­la­tion improves, which means the sup­ply of oxy­gen and nutri­ents to the skin and the removal of decay prod­ucts;

- improves lymph flow;

- facial mus­cles become toned;

- com­plex­ion improves;

— the del­i­cate mechan­i­cal effect of the roller pre­vents the appear­ance of ede­ma and makes the skin more toned;

Reg­u­lar use of the facial roller helps to smooth mim­ic wrin­kles.

How to massage your face with a natural stone roller

Step 1

Remove make-up or sim­ply cleanse your face with a gen­tle cleanser. Apply serum or cream. Start rolling the roller from the bot­tom of your neck to your chin.

Step 2

Move the roller first from the chin to the mid­dle of the cheeks, then from the chin to the ears.

Step 3

From the bridge of the nose, roll the roller along each cheek to the ear; for roller move­ments around the eyes, choose a nar­row­er part of the tool.

Step 4

For the fore­head, use the wide end of the roller again. Move from the bridge of the nose to the top of the fore­head and along the eye­brows, from the cen­ter of the fore­head to the tem­ples.

What’s Included

In the box you will find:

- quartz roller;

- detailed instruc­tions for facial mas­sage;

- a bag for stor­ing and cool­ing the roller;

- a copy of the cer­tifi­cate of the Gemo­log­i­cal Cen­ter of Moscow State Uni­ver­si­ty, con­firm­ing the nat­ur­al ori­gin of the stone.