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The Habitual Beauty Rose Quartz Face Roller with rose gold details provides the sensation of an at-home facial massage. Using a gentle rolling motion over your face can help to drain lymphatic fluid which may result in less swelling and puffiness in the eye and neck area. This face roller has a smaller end to use under the delicate eye area and the larger end for the rest of your face and neck.
The benefits of using a face roller daily include:
- Promotes circulation and stimulates the lymphatic system
- Can help your facial serums and oil to penetrate the skin deeper
- Helps to reduce puffiness and water retention
To make the most of your face roller, remember these top tips:
- Always roll in an upward direction, never downwards.
- Always clean your face beforehand. Use a face oil afterwards to allow the roller to move smoothly without tugging on your skin.
- Take your time! Enjoy the relaxing experience by giving yourself 5-10 minutes a day.
- Clean your roller regularly with gentle soap and water
- Avoid rolling over areas of inflammation, break out, acne, dermatitis or broken skin.
Made from Genuine Rose Quartz crystal.
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Cleanse your face then apply your favourite serum. Starting with the larger head, gently roll your way from the neck to the forehead. Roll from the clavicle up towards the chin. Keep on rolling out from the chin along the jawline. Always roll in one direction. Roll from the nose outwards towards the ears in fluid motions continuing to use the larger head, then along the forehead upward and outwards from the middle point between the eyebrows.