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Do facial rollers work?

Today, beauty has become a term with a limitless meaning..

There is always space for new things, new products and yes.. new tools. It seems like people are ready to go beyond skincare and do whatever it takes in search of the fountain of youth. We all strive for a healthy, glowing and younger looking skin and if something as simple as a facial roller can make your skin look better why not try it.. right?

Ironically enough, facial massage rollers are far from being an innovation, the history of facial rollers dates from centuries ago, but with the Asian influence in skincare in the recent years, this tradition has resurface full force becoming a very popular skin trend.


Massage helps to increase blood circulation
Activates lymphatic drainage reducing inflammation and eliminating toxins
Stimulates facial muscles
Oxygenates tissues
Increases skin tone and elasticity
Reduces puffiness and redness
BONUS: Increasing blood flow encourages production of collagen and gives the skin a healthy and natural glow.

Massage gently, the lymph is found at a very superficial level in the skin, so if you press too hard you will you be going into the muscle tissues and miss the benefits of a good lymphatic drainage.
Do it in upward and outward movements to create a lifting effect, never pushing downwards
A few minutes a day is more than enough for the face.

Massaging right before and after the application of a skincare product will benefit the absorption of the product.


As a professional I know the incredible benefits of massage. These tools will never replace the amazing results that some skillful hands can provide; however, they are great tools for at home treatments and for a quick lifting effect that although not permanent.. hey, who wouldn’t like that!

Thank you so much for being here,

Until next time,

Dora Salazar

Med. Aesthetician/ Cosmetologist/ Massage Therapist/ Med. Electrologist C.M.E.


The information above represents my personal opinion and it is shared for informational purposes only.

This post was not sponsored.