This eDiva roller comes with a little canvas bag for safekeeping, and a gua sha tool for body scraping. Instructions are straightforward. Rollers don't squeak.
An older model of the roller may be squeaky.
It comes with a gua sha scraping tool, and clearly illustrated instructions. The tools are nice and lightweight. Overall, a good stress reliever.
Some complain the rollers can come off after extended use.
The kit includes a gua sha scraping tool which, along with the roller, is a soft, pink color. Both come in a luxurious box with magnetic closure.
The smaller side on the jade roller may stick sometimes.
This jade roller includes a little sack for safekeeping. Users report positive results after extended use.
Pricy. The rollers can start to creak after some use.
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If you deal with puffy eyes and a swollen face in the morning, a jade roller may be your next solution. Used for millenia for massage and cooling properties, today's jade rollers are small, handheld tools. Each end has a roller – a small one for spaces under your eyelid or between your eyes, and a bigger one for your forehead and cheeks. Before you buy a jade roller, consider additional tools. Many jade rollers come with a gua sha scraper, which you can use on your face and body. Like a jade roller, a gua sha stimulates blood flow to drain puffiness. It can provide a nice change from a jade roller. If you feel ready to say goodbye to laugh lines, a jade roller is an affordable tool to add to your skincare routine.
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