Who’s already rolling?
‘Gold is valuable, but Jade is priceless’ our Chinese ancestors (a.k.a. beauty devotees) used to say. And they were right. Nowadays, Jade is still going strong and not only in Asia, but in the daily beauty routines of the people who know their stuff. Alicia Keys, Victoria Beckham, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian, Lea Michelle, Lili Reinhart, Daisy Lowe and - to make the tool even more divine - the brand new Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle all can’t get enough of this natural self-care tool.
It was Alicia Keys in 2016 who started the whole hype posting a #nomakeup #nofilter. According to her makeup artist, Dotti , all she had used was a Jade Roller to tighten her skin. Now many more actresses, TV personalities, music artists and makeup artists are joining the club and showing their skin some love with this cult-favorite beauty tool.
Nichola Joss, Meghan Markle’s London facialist, confirmed Meghan prepared her glowy wedding skin with this daily and nightly facial massage. Sorry girls, we can’t have her man anymore, but now you can have her glowing skin (and still feel and look like a princess). Let Joss explain us why: “When you spend time massaging the facial muscles, you will immediately start working on the lymphatic system to help clear toxins and fluids. Jade rolling will also help improve skin tone and texture, refine the pores, and keep skin looking clearer. This helps to lift the face.”
"Sorry girls, we can’t have Meghan Markle's man, but now you can have her glowing skin."
Also, New York facialist Ling Chan is a huge fan of Jade rolling and uses them on her supermodel clients, such as Miranda Kerr, Behati Prinsloo and Dree Hemmingway. "Just as exercise can tone your body, the jade roller can tone your face,” she explains. If you can enhance your skin with an easy to use and affordable tool, why not try it yourself?
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