What You Need To Know About Jade Rollers

We all know what morning breath is, but have you ever heard of morning face? Well, even if you’ve never heard of it, you’ve probably experienced it. If you’ve ever had first-hand experience with morning face then you know it’s a type of puffiness that not even makeup can fix. Lucky for us, jade rollers exist.

The jade roller is the new beauty tool that is taking the skincare world by storm. Its rise in popularity has created a cult of loyal beauty enthusiasts that all share a passion for natural remedies. Though, its popularity seems credible…we still can’t help but wonder…where did the jade roller come from, and does it actually work?

While the tool just recently come back into the spotlight, jade rollers have been around for centuries. They were used by Chinese empresses and high society members dating all the way back to the 17th century. Jade rollers are used for de-puffing sensitive areas on the face and reducing any redness. They can also indirectly help reduce breakouts by acting as a de-stressor. Their cool to the touch exterior makes them the perfect tool to add to any morning routine.

So what’s the science behind them? Well, many lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes make up the complex network that is the lymphatic system, which helps remove toxins and waste from body tissue. Sometimes when we wake up with facial puffiness, a good massage is all we need to get the lymphatic drainage going. Jade rollers increase circulation and stimulate the lymphatic system, both of which decrease puffiness and redness.

Your lymphatic drainage could be backed up and you might not even know it. Although popular opinion would have you believe that your under eye bags only exist because you need to get more sleep, often times there’s more to the story. Regular use of a jade roller could improve your skin in shocking ways – they can visibly reduce fine lines, under eye bags, and even clear up a number of other skin irritations. Some even say that it’s a way to naturally contour your face and define your jawline.

The best way to stimulate lymphatic drainage is to go to a licensed esthetician and get a lymphatic drainage facial massage. The second best thing? Jade rollers…and with that, let’s get rolling!


 


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