AMETHYST FACE MASSAGE ROLLER
- Product Code: FR0003
- Availability: In Stock
"The Chinese Skin-Care Tool That Will Cool, Tighten, and depuff Your Face in Seconds." - Vogue
Discover the beauty secret of imperial ladies. Amethyst roller is a special massage tool to help increase circulation, drain puffiness, enhance product penetration, and balance your energy. Specially curated for your ritual, this precious gemstone roller naturally soothes, brightens, and brings radiance to your face.
This dual ended roller can be used for massaging the face, neck and eyes & can help fight wrinkles & decrease puffiness.
Massaging daily boosts blood flow and increases oxygen supply bringing nutrients and hydration to the skin cells. The roller can also be used for relieving stress in the facial muscles, which seems to accumulate tension as we get older. Massaging stiff facial muscles around the jaw, cheeks and forehead can be very therapeutic and helps relax the face.
Approx 14cm in length with brass attachments.
Each roller is packaged in a raw cotton pouch with info about the crystal.
To help ease a headache, you may also roll over your temples and sinuses, or over your jaw to remove tension.
Jade rollers are made from natural stone. Each roller is unique and have variations in color, texture, and size.
- Amethyst: amplifies far infrared rays (FIR) which gently raise the temperature of the skin to stimulate collagen production. Amethyst is associated with royalty, balances mood swings and alleviates grief.
- Regenerates cells
- Stimulates collagen
- Boosts elastin
- Promotes lymphatic drainage
Each piece of Fyntage jewelry is hand-crafted, often with rare and/or unique beads and components, all of which requires delicate handling.
After each wear, gently wipe with a soft jewelry cloth and store in a jewelry box. Please note that many of our pieces are made with wire-wrapping techniques, which should be delicately handled and stored in an appropriate setting.
Avoid undue moisture and should your item get wet, make sure to dry it off. Certain metals and plating (specifically gold-plated) can tarnish over time when exposed to chemicals such as pool and sea water, hair spray, perfume and lotions. It's recommended to put your jewelry on last to minimize the contact with these chemicals.