Habitual Beauty Rose Quartz Roller
~ lymphatic drainage
~ promotes circulation
~ helps reduce the appearance of puffiness
~ helps reduce wrinkles
The Habitual Beauty Rose Quartz Roller facilitates a do-it-yourself-lymphatic drainage massage/facial. A soothing and relaxing massage using gentle but effective rolling motions to reduce swelling in the eye and neck area, as well as the rest of the face.
This rolling motion helps to gently drain lymph (fluid) from skin and muscle tissue; and to help stimulate oxygen flow to the skin.
● Promotes circulation
● Great to apply facial serums + facial oils
● Can allow for a deeper penetration of facial oils
● Encourages skin cell rejuvenation
● Stimulates the lymphatic system
● Helps to reduce puffiness, especially under eyes
● Helps to reduce water retention
HOW TO USE:
1. Using your nose as an imaginary line, roll one half of your face completely before you do the other side.
2. Always start on the right side of your face.
3. Using the large end, roll the Rose Quartz Roller from the clavicle up towards the chin.
4. Placing the large end of the Rose Quartz Roller on the middle of your chin, apply soft to medium pressure and roll it up towards your ear. Repeat 5 - 10 times and gradually move to the roller upwards on the cheek.
5. Move the Rose Quartz Roller up to the nose and roll from the corner of the nose out towards the ears horizontally.
6. Using the small end or the Rose Quartz Roller, place it in the inner corner of the nose, just below the eye and roll out toward the temples.
7. Close your eyes and doing so very gently using the small end or the Rose Quartz Roller and roll out toward the temples.
8. Place the large end of the Rose Quartz Roller on to the eyebrows, and roll outwards, ending at the temples.
9. Using the large end of the Rose Quartz Roller, roll from the eyebrows upwards to the hairline, moving across the forehead.
10. Move onto to rolling the middle of the forehead horizontally out towards the temples.
11. Finish the ritual by rolling down the nose of the face. This is traditionally used as a means to reduce inflammation.