Jade rollers are far from a new trend. They’ve been around for centuries. In fact, there’s evidence that they’ve been a secret skincare weapon as far back as seventh-century China, where these stones were believed to have healing and protective properties.

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Their resurgence could be explained in multiple ways. According to WWD jade roller’s low price point and ease of use are just two of the qualities that seem to have struck a cord with beauty consumers. But it’s probably the gorgeous jade stone that most beauty addicts can’t help but want to add to their vanity. So what does it do and how do you use one?

What Do They Do?

A jade roller is a handheld massaging tool typically made with one or two jade stone heads that’s rolled across the face. Why the jade stone? Well, jade stones are said to be able to expel toxins, heal stressed organs, rejuvenate the body and slow down prematurely ageing skin cells. Because it’s a stone and is cool to the touch, it has the ability to de-puff and tone the face. Plus: it can be used to help work treatment serums and oils deeper into the skin.

How Do You Use Them?

When using a jade roller, pressure should be gentle yet firm. Gentle pressure and motion boosts circulation, reduces under-eye swelling and plumps and firms skin. Always start from the centre of your face, up and outwards, in circles.

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Try these jade rollers on for size…

L’abeille Natural Jade Facial Stone Roller (R399)

This smooth stone roller will help your skin soak up those precious nourishing oils. Available from Faithful To Nature.
L'abeille Jade Roller

Miklan Natural Facial Beauty Massage Tool Jade Roller (R385)

The spiked roller is designed for a more intensive massage and stronger stimulation. Use on the face to minimise spots around the chin and jawline. Available at Wantitall.
Miklan Jade Roller

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