Our dual-sided roller allows for flexibility in usage. Smaller side is best for the eye area and temples. Larger side roller is good for cheeks, forehead, and neck.
Jade Roller – How to use
Gently roll your new amethyst tool over freshly cleansed skin 2-4 times daily for 5-10 minutes. Can be used on clear skin solutions inactive serums, like Cascading Serum or Youth Restoring Elixir or Booster. Always speak to your skin care specialist about what products are best for your skin. Using over certain serums will help that serum penetrate more deeply into the skin due to the increased blood flow.
Forehead: Move from the center of the forehead beginning at the hairline, rolling towards the ear, down to the temple. Repeat 4-7 times. Focus attention on fine lines and eyebrow furrow.
Eyes: Use the small roller to tone the lids and under-eye area. Move from the inner corner of the eye area to the ear. We love this with our amazing Youth Restoring Booster!
Nose, Lips, Chin: Use larger roller to work from the nose out to the ear. Continue with the upper lip, lower lip, and the chin. Roll along the lower jawline of the chin, making your way to the ear lobe. Repeat on the other side.
Jawline and Neck: Start at chin and swipe upward toward cheekbones. Make sweeping motions up under the chin towards ears, then down the neck toward the collar bones.
For sinus pressure: Use a warmed washcloth and place over your nose, forehead, and cheekbones. Roll the small roller from the center of your face down either side of the nose, finishing toward the cheek bones.
Gua Sha – How to use
1) Keep the tool flat against the face and begin with the forehead. Gently but firmly move in an upwards motion from the eyebrows to the hairline.
2) Move to the cheeks and move in an outwards motion starting from the crease of the nose until the ear.
3) Move to the jawline and use the end of the gua sha tool with the two curves.
4) Start from the chin and move up towards the ear. Gently massage the gua sha tool to release tension gently and firmly.
5) For the under-eye area, very gently move the gua sha from the inner corner of the eye outwards to the temple. Because the area is so sensitive, it is important to only apply light pressure.