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Jade facial rollers, the skincare trend straight from ancient China

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Jade facial rolling is the new Botox. Apparently every beauty-savvy woman now owns one of these little green gadgets. The idea of incorporating the healing properties of crystals into a daily skincare routine is immediately intriguing.

In ancient China jade was the ultimate symbol of beauty, grace and immortality. Synonymous with wealth and opulence, this beautiful green stone has numerous healing properties. Commonly worn for protection and good luck, jade is also known to balance the emotions, calm the mind and release negativity. Jade can refer to two different types of crystal – Jadeite and Nephrite. The former is a lighter translucent stone, with the latter generally being darker in colour and easier to find. Both stones have similar healing properties.

In skincare jade is used to cleanse and rid the body of toxins. Combining facial massage with the unique detoxifying properties of jade boosts lymphatic drainage and stimulates blood flow. An amazing anti-aging treatment, adding facial rolling into your daily routine will firm up the skin, reduce puffiness and dark circles around the eye area and decongest the sinuses. It is also appropriate for those who suffer from breakouts, preventing the build-up of nasty toxins which cause spots. The natural properties of jade mean it stays cool to the touch, even in hot conditions. This cooling effect makes it ideal for soothing a headache.

You can find jade facial rollers in top spas and acupuncture clinics, and on the dressing tables of the glamorous. Model fans include Daisy Lowe, Kate Moss and Lily Cole to name just a few. Star recommendations also come from Debbie Harry, Sadie Frost and celebrity facialist Nichola Joss.

For best results, perform jade facial rolling on clean skin after cleansing. It works well on dry skin or after applying a natural moisturiser or facial oil. The idea is to sweep upwards and outwards around the face and neck, using lighter pressure around the delicate eye area.

What other skincare secrets can we learn from ancient China?

Click here to read the full article and find out

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Author: Healing Chick

I’m Ilana, a yoga-loving freelance copywriter and natural health enthusiast based in North London. I have created the Healing Chick blog as a space to celebrate Mother Nature’s offerings and write about all the things I love the most.

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