Jade Facial Roller, $25 at Herbivore Botanicals
What’s better than a jade roller that improves blood circulation and skin tone, provokes lymphatic drainage and cuts down on puffiness and wrinkles? A jade roller on ice. Simply place this roller in the fridge to increase its effectiveness and inflammation-reducing abilities.
Anti-Aging Jade Therapy Roller, $24.99 at Amazon
GingerChi’s version comes with a step-by-step guide on how to get the most out of your roller. You’ll learn the proper technique to improve circulation, reduce wrinkles and revitalize elasticity.
Jade Roller, $63 at Nordstrom
By now, you’re probably wondering why there are two different size rollers. It’s actually to fit different parts of your face: the large roller is for making trips around your neck and jawline, while the smaller one is for next to your nose and under your eyes. Since jade is credited with absorbing negative energy and soothing your nervous system, it pays that they come in pairs.
The Jade Roller, $34 at Mount Lai
This is one case where the silk-lined storage box is just as nice as the roller. But it won’t be in the case for long as you’ll want to use your face roller frequently to reduce puffiness and inflammation plus relieve any tension you carry in your jaw.
Facial Jade Roller, $19 at Minimal Beauty
While this version doesn’t have that trademark jade green color, it still boasts all the benefits. After applying your favorite serum and/or moisturizer, roll it gently from the center of your face in upward and outward motions to flush those nasty toxins from your skin. Set your sights on rolling around the eyes, mouth and neck for maximum anti-aging benefits.
Agate Jade Roller Massager, $15.39 at Amazon
We’re really digging the rich warm shade of this 100 percent natural agate jade roller. It works just like the green-hued versions, so you’ll notice an uptick in elasticity and facial circulation. Use three days a week for 5 to 10 minutes with your go-to serum and moisturizer.
La Vie en Rose Face Roller, $65 at Angela Caglia
It’s not only jade rollers that are making an impression. This rose quartz incarnation features the same drainage and circulation benefits plus the stone is known for its loving energy. So you can roll your way to improved elasticity and cell turnover while soaking up all the positive vibes. And the fact that it’s by celeb esthetician Angela Caglia makes it much more covetable.
Gemstone Facial Roller in Amethyst, $35 at Aquarian Soul
Amethyst is also getting in on the action with this purple face roller. A natural tranquilizer, the stone will calm you down as it massages your face, helping skin care products work best. Plus, it makes a striking addition to your vanity.
As any die-hard beauty lover will attest, you can have all the top serums, creams and moisturizers out there, but you also need the proper tools to make them work their magic. Enter the face roller. The massagers have seen a jump in popularity, probably due to models like Miranda Kerr and Behati Prinsloo touting their powers. But what exactly do these pretty little rollers do?
It’s basically like giving your face a mini facial as the rollers boost circulation, increase elasticity and encourage cell turnover. They also help with lymphatic drainage and aid in the battle against puffiness and wrinkles. The beauty benefits are amplified when you team the device with your go-to serum and moisturizer. But do they work? Well, there’s evidence that jade rollers have been in use in China since the seventh century, so there must be something to it.
Jade boasts protective properties and a calming aura (so it really is like treating yourself to a spa day at home). But face rollers aren’t confined to just jade. You can now roll with rose quartz to feel the love and get spiritually centered with amethyst.
And the good news is, you don’t have to spend a lot to score one of these precious stone rollers. Our eight faves range from just under $16 to $65. You probably pay more for your serum and moisturizer anyway.
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