A quality stone roller is the one tool every natural skin care devotee should own. Takes the guesswork out of product application, and offers several benefits to your skin and complexion:
1. As an applicator, apply your favorite serum, moisturizer, oil or mask to the wide end and make gentle sweeping motions across each section of your face 2. To help close pores, keep your roller in the fridge (or freezer) before use; when you’re finished cleansing, use the chilled roller as your product applicator to encourage pore closure 3. Massage lymphatic regions of the face and neck each night in order to encourage lymph drainage, ease blocked sinuses and reduce puffiness
Commit to using the stone roller for at least 3 minutes a night and you will notice your complexion begin to appear more firm and healthy as your skin's texture gradually improves. For more information please see the "Detailed Instructions" tab above.
As An Applicator Step 1: Apply your favorite serum, oil, moisturizer or mask. Step 2: Starting on the chin, work from the center outward and upward on the cheeks. Then at the center, make sweeping rolls under the chin towards the collar bone, working outwards to the sides of the neck. Step 3: Roll the Rose Facial Roller starting from the center of your neck, rolling upwards and outwards. Continue this motion on each section of your face.
For Facial Massage
Eyes: Gently roll the small roller 3 times around the eye socket. Start from the upper inner edge where your nose hits your brow (there is a pressure point that is more sensitive than the rest of the area, this drains the sinuses when stimulated!) and move outwards, roll around the top and under the eye towards the tear duct, rocking it gently as you go. Then place the roller vertically into the inner corner of the eye, using gentle rocking motion. Press lightly to encourage lymph drainage in the eye zone, ease blocked sinuses and reduce puffiness.
Forehead: From the center of the forehead, moving either left or right, begin at the hairline, rolling slowly towards the ear. Repeat 3 to 6 times over the same area.
Nose, lips and chin: Using the large roller, work from the nose out to the ear. Continue with upper lip, lower lip and the chin. At the chin follow along the lower jaw line to under the ear lobe. Then repeat with the other side.
For sinus and pressure: Dampen a washcloth and microwave about 10 seconds. Place over your forehead, eyes and cheekbones. Then, starting just above your eyebrows, using the smaller roller, roll from the center of your face as indicated and continue down to just below your cheekbones.
Jawline and neck: Starting on the chin, work from the center outward and upward on the cheeks. Then at the center, make sweeping rolls under the chin towards the collar bone, working outwards to the sides of the neck.