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14th Aug 2019

Tried and tested: I used a rose quartz roller for a week, and the results were interesting

rose quartz roller

Would recommend.

You have probably seen them on social media, and you have probably wondered what the hell they are.

Well, I decided to road test facial rollers, to see what all the fuss is about.

I went with the Image Skincare Rose Quartz Facial Roller, purely because I’m such a fan of the brand.

It seemed like a no brainer.

Facial rolling is actually goes back to ancient times, and it’s rumoured to have a tonne of benefits.

So what goes on?

Basically, I lashed on my serum of the moment (which is CAUDALIE Vinoperfect Radiance Serum btw), and then came the roller. 

rose quartz roller

The first thing I noticed when I took it out of the box was just how cute it looks.

Honestly, even if you never used it, it would just look bloody great on your shelf.

However, when I did use it, I was pleasantly surprised.

If I’m totally honest, I wasn’t totally convinced by the whole roller concept before, but I sure am now.

And wonderfully, it comes with instructions, so you know the craic.

Basically, when massaging my face with the roller, I started at the centre of my face, under my eyes and cheekbones.

Then I moved out towards my hairline using the smaller of the two pink stones.

Then, using the larger stone, I moved down towards my jawbone, starting at the centre of the chin and moving out towards the bottom of my ear for a lifting effect.

rose quartz roller

The benefits were subtle, but they were there nonetheless.

The main one was actually related to my stress levels. The ritual of the roller was really calming, which I loved.

I also noticed my skin was less puffy, and my pores seems tighter.

It’s a handy way to ensure all of your product gets absorbed too, if you choose to roll with a product.

All in all, I loved it.

The Image Skincare Rose Quartz Facial Roller is currently available online for a reasonable €29.99.