Jade Roller – Facial Massager, Wrinkle Reducer

Jade rollers are made of 100% jade crystals. It was believed that early Chinese Emperors and Empresses used jade rollers as a beauty tool to promote smooth and youthful skin.  These accessories were in fact seen in the tombs of Chinese royalties and can be seen displayed in the Emperor’s bedroom in China’s Forbidden City.


Jade rollers have been an essential accessory of the beauty chest for these people for several years and are still used today. These days, the jade rollers have been discovered by many foreign travelers to attain similar purpose. And as people long to have lovely, flawless skin, a device to reduce wrinkles was very interesting to them.  To use a jade roller, they just have to sweep the jade roller gently over their face. It cools and heals the skin after using the roller. It invigorates the tissues to provide a supple skin, minimize wrinkles, and restore a youthful look. This also provides good circulation. Using the smaller roller is great for the temples and around the eyes. A wider roller works well on the forehead, cheeks, and neck. This is great for lymphatic drainage, open pores, discoloration, firming, toning, puffiness, and sagging skin.  Men too benefit from the soothing effect of the jade on their eyes and temples. This relieves them from headaches and stress. Evidence also shows that this alleviates sinus congestion and pain. Use this daily and you will notice that it is a natural and safer option for maintaining a youthful look.
Book your facial today and ask for the Jade roller to be added on…you’ll love it!


AprilApril M. Monterrosa is the Owner of  The Lil Spa Room , PCA Skin Certified, a Nuskin Skin Care Distributor, Founder of  Wonderfully Wise Women, & a Writer for SAXtreme Magazine. Just a simple &  Proud Latina from San Antonio, Texas, a Marine Corps wife, Mama of a Dachshund, & a licensed Cosmetologist of 17+ years, blogging about things I love most…Beauty, Love, Life, Spa, Wine, and everything else in between! Check out my Other Blog at: wonderfullywisewomen.me




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