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Lujobox Jade Roller :- 

Simply put, a jade roller is a beauty tool made of jade or other stones that are used for face massage. The tools aren't anything new, just hyper-visible thanks to social media. Like Gua Sha, jade rollers date back to seventh-century China, and crystals have been used in skincare for thousands of years.

How to use Jade Rollers :-

Step 1: Instructions

  • The tool is designed with a large head for the jaw, cheeks and forehead, and a small head for the mouth, nose and eye area.
  • Apply a rich serum or moisturizer of your choice and evenly spread it out on the face.
  • Please note that the massaging strokes should be gentle on the skin and in an upwards motion to increase circulation and stimulate lymphatic drainage.

Step 2: For Jaws and Cheeks

  • Take the larger head and start massaging from the centre of your chin, along your jaw, then up your cheek bones and finally roll upwards towards your ear.
  • Repeat 10 times on both sides of the face.

Step 3: For Forehead

  • Massage the middle of your forehead and roll towards your ears.
  • Repeat in the same motion 10 times then switch to the opposite side of your forehead.

Step 4: For Eyes

  • Take the smaller head of the tool and roll from the inner eye towards the outer corner and then up till the temple, applying medium to light pressure.
  • Repeat 10 times on one eye before switching on to the other eye.

Step 5: Care

  • Deep clean the Jade roller once or twice a week to avoid the build-up of bacteria by simply cleaning it with cold water and gentle soap or face wash. Gently pat it dry or let it air dry by placing it on a clean soft cloth or towel.
  • Avoid using hot water on the roller as high temperatures tend to strip Jade stone of its protective layers.
  • Do not use chemical cleaners or alcohol on the roller as that can cause damage to the product.

Lujobox Jade Roller


₹999.00
₹1,299.00
Tax included.

Lujobox Jade Roller :- 

Simply put, a jade roller is a beauty tool made of jade or other stones that are used for face massage. The tools aren't anything new, just hyper-visible thanks to social media. Like Gua Sha, jade rollers date back to seventh-century China, and crystals have been used in skincare for thousands of years.

How to use Jade Rollers :-

Step 1: Instructions

  • The tool is designed with a large head for the jaw, cheeks and forehead, and a small head for the mouth, nose and eye area.
  • Apply a rich serum or moisturizer of your choice and evenly spread it out on the face.
  • Please note that the massaging strokes should be gentle on the skin and in an upwards motion to increase circulation and stimulate lymphatic drainage.

Step 2: For Jaws and Cheeks

  • Take the larger head and start massaging from the centre of your chin, along your jaw, then up your cheek bones and finally roll upwards towards your ear.
  • Repeat 10 times on both sides of the face.

Step 3: For Forehead

  • Massage the middle of your forehead and roll towards your ears.
  • Repeat in the same motion 10 times then switch to the opposite side of your forehead.

Step 4: For Eyes

  • Take the smaller head of the tool and roll from the inner eye towards the outer corner and then up till the temple, applying medium to light pressure.
  • Repeat 10 times on one eye before switching on to the other eye.

Step 5: Care

  • Deep clean the Jade roller once or twice a week to avoid the build-up of bacteria by simply cleaning it with cold water and gentle soap or face wash. Gently pat it dry or let it air dry by placing it on a clean soft cloth or towel.
  • Avoid using hot water on the roller as high temperatures tend to strip Jade stone of its protective layers.
  • Do not use chemical cleaners or alcohol on the roller as that can cause damage to the product.

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