Why Using A Face Roller Can Get You (Even) Glowier

Cold, drying conditions and a dip in humidity can easily drive skin into persistent dryness and dehydration; both of which will eat into your natural radiance. But help – in the form of two skin-boosting tools – is here.

Not only is Winter skin prone to becoming more easily dry and dehydrated but circulation can feel more sluggish in the cooler months and skin can look dull and like it could do with a workout. To help combat this seasonal slide, facial massage can help to invigorate the look of your skin, improve that slackening of tone, bring natural radiance back to the surface, and stimulate cellular renewal. Incorporating a manual massage tool as part of your skincare routine can help to complement your cosmeceutical skincare and help to take your skin to greater, glowier heights.

Skin Rolling

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has employed facial massage for thousands of years to help boost circulation and the flow of qi (or chi) energy through the body. Inspired by TCM, we’ve created our own Rose Quartz Roller; our design features a larger and smaller roller at either end which allows you to get across wider areas of the face such as the forehead and cheeks and smaller areas like the chin, above the mouth, and around the eyes. You can start rolling after you’ve cleansed your skin or after you’ve applied your serum, face oil, or moisturiser to aid penetration into the skin. Still not sure how to incorporate your face roller into your routine? Watch how we roll here.

Skin Needling

Last Summer’s pigment production can start to show itself about now, making it the perfect time to target uneven skin tone and those visible patches of pigmentation. Our Derma Roller uses a similar rolling action to our Rose Quartz Roller but instead of just rolling over the skin’s surface it employs hundreds of tiny stainless steel needles that (painlessly) help to stimulate cellular renewal and Collagen production for stronger, more resilient skin.

Derma Roller is a more active option and is primarily used to refine, resurface, and revitalize skins affected by acne, acne scarring, sun damage, and the visible signs of premature ageing. This genius tool works to revitalize skin tone, improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, refine skin texture and even improve the appearance of acne and acne scarring.  And all with the added bonus of helping your cosmeceutical skincare to penetrate more deeply into the skin. We consider it an absolute essential. To learn more about this at-home skin needling tool, watch our dedicated IGTV episode here.

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