If your bathroom cabinet or vanity can't accommodate yet another cream or serum, why not try a different way to treat your skin? Amazon shoppers are raving about this Ice Face Mask + Jade Roller for its de-puffing and redness-soothing benefits.
The concept is actually quite simple. When you have a sore muscle or joint, chances are you reach for an ice pack or a heating pad, right? Well, the same logic applies when you're trying to calm your skin. Place the face mask in the fridge/freezer or the microwave, so you can apply it hot or cold, depending on your preference.
As for the jade roller, store it somewhere cold. Then when you're ready for a facial massage, it's nice and cool on your skin, and you can use it with or without your go-to skin care product.
This Ice Face Mask and Jade Roller set currently has 4.1 out of five stars on Amazon and over 4,300 ratings. One customer who left a five-star rating commented, "I actually bought [it] to use for cooling my skin during a rosacea break out, it’s very soothing."
Another shopper called the set a "Depuffing miracle." They went on to say, "This multi-use mask is great because you can use it both hot or cold, which is exactly what I was looking for. Overall, a great product for relaxation and self care."
In addition to using this cooling gel ice face mask to soothe inflamed skin, Amazon shoppers say it works well to relieve headaches and migraines as well.
"Great for migraines," wrote one reviewer. "Great for after my long night shifts when my patients are screaming bloody murder all night and my head is absolutely pounding. Really really happy with this!"
The truth is, everyone could use new ways to relax these days, and this Ice Face Mask and Jade Roller set offers just that. At just $13, it will be money well spent toward your own peace of mind and wellbeing.
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