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The Truth Behind These Powerful Gems

The Truth Behind These Powerful Gems

Powerful Gems

You've probably seen rose quartz facial rollers all over Instagram—or you've already purchased one for yourself. Crystal facial rollers seem to be all the rage these days, with a lot of excitement surrounding them. Precious stones, ranging from jade to rose quartz and amethyst, are thought to be very good for skin, with alleged benefits ranging from soothing puffiness to enhancing tone and elasticity.

There's no denying their success, as crystal facial rollers appear more often in the feeds of beauty bloggers. However, it is not only influencers who are popularising them; facialists and trained estheticians often use them on clients. Does this imply that they are effective? In this post, we'll look at the alleged benefits of rose quartz and see if it can improve your skin when used correctly.


Rose Quartz Meaning & History

Some people claim that crystals have unique "energies" that they pass on to those who use them. Rose quartz, for example, is known as the stone of love and is thought to have the power to expel "toxic" energies from the body and soul.

This crystal is connected to the heart chakra as well. A chakra is a region of "spiritual power" in the body, according to Indian belief. Compassion, true love, and joy are all connected with the heart chakra. Many people believe that wearing rose quartz will bring love and healing into their lives. Some claim that using rose quartz in skincare will further impart this healing energy into the body's largest organ.

While they are becoming more common today, ancient civilizations used crystals such as rose quartz for their supposed healing powers. In Chinese culture, they are admired for their ability to withstand millions of years of geological change and are thought to have a "heart" of their own that encourages healing. This also involves skin regeneration.

There are no actual scientific studies that link crystals like rose quartz to actual body healing, but they are common in many wellness spaces and alternative medicine like Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. Furthermore, rose quartz is thought to have the most strength among those who believe in the healing powers of crystals. As a result, its widespread use in skincare is not by chance.

Rose Quartz Skincare Benefits

There is anecdotal evidence that it helps reduce the appearance of puffiness, fine lines, and tired skin while also promoting the appearance of elasticity, firmness, and tone.

A rose quartz facial roller will usually have two ends. The larger end is used all over the face, while the smaller end can be used to soothe and relax the delicate eye region. Rolling the smaller end under the eye is thought to reduce the appearance of puffiness, allowing you to appear more awake and refreshed.
The calming effect of gliding the rose quartz stone over your face is also known to help relax skin (similar to an ice cube) and minimise the appearance of redness.

Finally, because of the way it massages your skin as you slide it over your face, a rose quartz facial roller can help improve the appearance of overall tone and elasticity. (Many skincare experts agree that skin massage can help with the appearance of elasticity by improving circulation.) This, in essence, aids in the absorption of subsequent skin care procedures.

The theory is that if you apply a serum to your skin with a facial roller rather than your fingertips, the topicals would be forced in deeper and for a longer period of time. Overall, using a crystal roller can help promote healthier, more radiant, and firmer skin.

Rose Quartz Facial Roller Tips

● To tackle puffiness, chill the roller overnight and use it first thing in the morning
● Apply a dime-sized amount of serum or a quarter-sized amount of moisturiser to the roller and rub outward toward the ears and down toward the jawline until completely applied. (Some experts advise using it for five minutes twice a day to actually massage your face.)
● Place the crystal in an area where it will be directly exposed to sunlight or moonlight to "charge" it. Some devotees claim that this aids the crystal's energy retention.
● To avoid the movement of bacteria onto the skin, carefully wash your facial roller with soap and water on a regular basis.

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