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Facial Rollers

  • Although new to us, these Insta-worthy skincare tools have been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine. Dating back to the 7th century, Chinese empresses would use facial rollers to retain their youth and protect their skin. And the modern day claims are just as impressive: reducing puffiness, smoothing wrinkles, and easing headaches are just a few.

    A key benefit of using facial rollers is lymphatic drainage. Not as scary as it sounds, it’s a great way to wake up your complexion and rid your face of any puffiness. Applying pressure to your face will push lymphatic fluid (the liquid that can make you look puffy in the morning) towards the lymph nodes. Wave goodbye to swelling, inflammation or facial muscle tension.

    Aside from the de-puffing and radiance-boosting benefits, facial rollers are great for a well-earned moment of relaxation. They’re perfect to use at the end of a long day to ease stress and get you into bedtime mode. Kickstart your nighttime routine and just before nodding off, apply your favourite facial oil and roll away your worries. You’ll find that you drift off to sleep much easier.

    Ready to restore your glow? Roll your tool over your skin after applying your favourite serum for a brighter, plumper, smoother complexion. As facial massage increases blood circulation, you’ll find your moisturisers, serums and essences will soak in better and leave you with radiant, energised skin.


  • Suitable for all skin types.

    Dimensions of the Roller: H15cm x W6cm x D2.5cm

  • Take your chosen roller and start massaging your face, beginning at the centre. Roll the larger end of your tool across your forehead and under your cheekbones and jaw, then extend to the sides of your neck. If yours has a smaller end, use it under your eyes.

    Bonus tip: keep your facial roller in the fridge and use it over under eye patches for an extra soothing feel.


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