If you are the one that believes that crystals have energies then this crystal is for you.
The Isle Of Skin Jade Roller is handmade in India by artisans that have traditionally been sthapatis.
- Tone-up facial muscles
- Aids absorption of skin care products
- Minimizes fine lines and pores
- Increases blood flow while re-energizing the skin
- Reduces puffiness
- Increased circulation to the face and reduced puffiness, wrinkles, and black circles around the eyes
- Increased lymphatic flow and help with detoxification and drainage
- Stimulates acupuncture and reflex points on the body to assist with healing
- Reduced inflammation following dermabrasion
Forehead: Move from the center of the forehead beginning at the hairline, rolling towards the ear, down to the temple. Repeat 4-7 times. Focus attention on fine lines and eyebrow furrow.
Eyes: Use the small roller to tone the lids and under-eye area. Move from the inner corner of the eye area to the ear.
Nose, Lips, Chin: Use the larger roller to work from the nose out to the ear. Continue with the upper lip, lower lip, and the chin. Roll along the lower jawline of the chin, making your way to the earlobe. Repeat on the other side.
Jawline and Neck: Start at the chin and swipe upward toward cheekbones. Make sweeping motions up under the chin towards ears, then down the neck toward the collar bones.
For sinus pressure: Use a warmed washcloth and place over your nose, forehead, and cheekbones. Roll the small roller from the center of your face down either side of the nose, finishing toward the cheekbones.
After every use, wipe your Crystal Roller gently with a soft damp cloth. Store your rollers in a dry place. Do not expose the rollers to harsh chemicals or cleaning agents as it would erode the finish and polish. Do not soak the roller in hot water.
Product is fragile, please handle with care. Dropping the tool may damage the tool and crystals. Color will vary slightly from the picture that is listed. Due to natural formations in the crystals, each tool will be unique.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is it marble?