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"The Chinese skin-care tool that will cool, tighten, and depuff your face in seconds" Vogue.
Buh bye cucumber slices - the best way to depuff and calm skin is the traditional Chinese anti wrinkle and anti aging beauty tool that has been used for thousands of years to promote youthful appearances and smooth skin.
+promote cell turnover for a brighter, healthier look
Hand carved from real slabs of Jade. Jade rollers can vary in size from 4-6cm wide and from 12-20cm long.
Each roller will vary in size, weight and colour. Some will contain higher levels of white Jade than green Jade. This is still Jade crystal and does not affect the effectiveness of the Jade.
Suitable for all skin types
Keep your Jade Face Roller in the refrigerator. Use on freshly cleansed skin alone or apply a serum or face oil ~ we recommend Wildflower Oil Face or our Prickly Pear Oil ~ before using. Apply gentle pressure while rolling jade over face to assist in sweeping away toxins and balancing excess fluid.
Clean ~ Mix together warm water and a small amount of a mild soap in a bowl. Dip a soft cloth into the soapy water and gently wipe your Jade until it is clean. Do not scrub at it, as scrubbing can scratch the surface. Do not immerse your roller in the soapy water. Dip the cloth in clean water and remove any soap from the Jade. Dry your Jade off with a different soft cloth. Make sure to remove all traces of soapy water but do not immerse the Jade to rinse it.
Care ~ Touching jade increases the lustre and richness of the stone, so don’t feel like you have to clean your Jade roller every time you use it. Instead, wipe it with a soft cloth after using and clean it only when necessary. This ornamental stone can be damaged by some harsh soaps. Never use chemical cleaners on your Jade Roller.
If your Jade stone has come dislodged in transit you can resize the prongs by gently squeezing together and re attaching the stone.
If your Jade squeaks a little ~ just place a drop or two of oil where the prongs hold onto the Jade.