FACIAL ANTIAGING MASSAGER
A handheld massaging tool made with Natural Jade stone heads to boost blood circulation, reduce under-eye swelling, and help products absorb better into your skin.
Reduce face tension from everyday life-Driving, working, dealing with stressful situations… with just 5 minutes a day your face muscles can decongest and relax. Keep the massager in a cold place for better results.
• Reduces puffiness
• Reduces eye bags
• Reduces dark circles around eyes.
• Relieves facial tension
• Helps penetrate beauty products deeper into the skin for better absorption.
• Promotes blood circulation to the eye area.
Due to the nature of the jade stone, known as Royal Jade, each piece varies in color – from very pale green to darker green to opaque and translucent. The stone is hand cut so the size will vary.
1. Wash your face with an Underdermis cleanser. Dry your face completely with a towel.
2. Apply your favorite creams or serums to your face and neck.
3. Use upward motions to move the Jade roller gently over your forehead, cheeks, around the lip area, and your neck.
4. Close your eyes and roll gently over your eyelids if you have puffy eyes or bags under your eyes.
5. Use the roller on your face and neck for 5 to 10 minutes.
6. Use the Jade roller three times a week to reduce lines and wrinkles.
7. Clean your Jade roller with soap and water.
100% Natural Jade Stone
Jade is relatively cool to the touch and has the ability to stay cool even when it comes in contact with the skin. This cooling helps with brightening your complexion, reducing puffiness, stimulating lymphatic drainage, and promoting blood circulation. Healthy blood circulation carries oxygen to skin cells, and it will also help penetrate products deeper into the skin tissue. In that way, it reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Start with a clean, fresh face and add your serum. Use medium pressure and slowly roll the roller.
- Neck: “I like to work from my neck upwards. Use the large oval side and roll up and down the neck, from one side to the other with medium pressure, to kick-start the lymphatic system.”
- Jawline: “Still using the large oval side, move to the mandibular bone (jawline), and start at the center of your chin. Work from the middle of the chin across towards your earlobe, and do five to six passes on each area as you work up the face. Repeat on the other side.”
- Forehead: “Next, move to the forehead, this time using the larger oval side. Start at the center. Work from the center across towards your outer temples, doing five to seven passes, and repeat on the other side. Then, cross by starting at the brows, and move upwards towards the hairline. Move it across the forehead.”
- Eyes: “Using the smaller end with medium pressure, gently roll from the inner corner towards the outer corner, up towards the brow bone. Make sure to get the undereye area and crow’s feet. Rollback and forth, about 10 times. Repeat on the other side.”