Courteney Cox recently hit headlines when she was photographed using a rose quartz face roller while sat in a New York City restaurant.
Although the actress has not yet opened up about her on-the-go skincare regime, if you haven’t tried a facial massage tool, there’s no time like the present.
“A rose quartz roller has a cooling and calming effect on the face,” Natalie Piper, international trainer for Lash Perfect, told us. “The action of the roller encourages lymphatic circulation and drainage, helping to reduce tension in the skin. Regular use helps improve skin tone for a firmer, rejuvenated look.”
So, how do you use a rose quartz roller? Simply glide it over clean skin, ensuring to work it in an upward and outward movement from the centre of the face or nose to ear.
“Use the small roller for around the eye area. The roller can be used with a serum or moisturiser,” the beauty expert advised, adding that she likes to keep face rollers in the fridge for a further cooling effect on the complexion.
Natalie is a fan of using the iRevive Skin Smoothing Rose Quartz Roller after applying the iRevive Brightening Eye Serum with Silk Crystal in order to firm and hydrate the under-eye area, while other great rose quartz rollers available on the market include Herbivore’s Rose Quartz Facial Roller, Omorovicza’s Rose Quartz Facial Roller, and White Lotus’ A Grade Rose Quartz Facial Roller.
And yes, Courteney was seen using a rose quartz roller, but jade face rollers are just as worthy of investigation.
“People will always prefer one or the other. Jade is deeply rooted in Chinese medicine and perhaps more widely known. Rose quartz is made from the heart stone and many people find this has an effect on their energy. On a more practical level, rose quartz stays cool whereas jade tends to warm with skin contact. Rose quartz is also said to be better for delivering wrinkle-reducing benefits,” added Natalie.
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