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Healing Handmade Jade Roller - Snake Ice
Healing Handmade Jade Roller - Snake Ice
Healing Handmade Jade Roller - Snake Ice
Healing Handmade Jade Roller - Snake Ice

Healing Handmade Jade Roller

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Discover the soothing, healing properties of ancient jade.

✔ Removes subsurface water, wrinkles and fine lines

✔ Reduces facial puffiness

✔ Helps with lymphatic drainage and blood circulation

✔ Works serums deeper into the skin

✔ Anti-aging benefits through improved skin elasticity

✔ Handmade with certified natural jade stones
100% satisfaction guaranteed - Love it or your money back.

"I used a jade roller
for 30 days and it
changed my whole face"

"Early morning wake up call got you feeling less bright eyed and bushy-tailed, and well, more puffy?
This's a tool for that"

 "My face is less puffy!
It seriously reduces redness and swelling. Helps with under-eye puffiness in the morning"

Healing stones rooted in ancient history

Jade and quartz rollers have been used by empresses and elites across Asia since the 17th century to keep skin aesthetic and ageless. Ancient Mayans used the natural cooling properties of jade to relieve muscles through massage. 

Now, these healing stones are making a comeback, being used to treat puffiness, congestion, and fine lines. 

By stimulating the lympthic system and draining it from the face, you can reset the clock and reclaim your youthful glow. The same way a massage does, working the tissue in your face releases toxin build up.

The result is tighter, brighter skin with a more even tone.

Dermatologist recommendation: use in combination with your favourite serum to work it deeper into the skin.


Step 1: Keep yours in the refrigerator for best effect 

Step 2: Always clean your face before rolling 

Step 3: If desired, apply your favourite skin care product to the roller

Step 4: Starting from the center of your forehead with the large end of the roller, move the roller from your browline to the edge of your scalp

Step 5: Continue working the roller from the center of your face out as you move to your eyes, nose and chin

Step 6: Use the smaller roller for your eyes (use light pressure for this sensitive area)

Step 7: Gradually apply more pressure as you approach the outer edges of your face