First of all, new layout 😀
Bought this roller out of curiosity and to also help my blood circulation. I have very bad blood circulation and could tell by the colour of my lips. In my my bad days, my lips are really pale whilst on my good days, my lips are naturally medium pink.
– Natural way to massage your cheeks and chin.
– Increase the elasticity and tightness of your skin.
– Chin massager consists of 15 massage pellets and the cheeks massager consists of 15 massage pellets on each side.
– Massagers can be combined for use or used seperately for massaging other areas of the face such as around the eyes or forehead.
Japanese 2 in 1 Face Roller
Overall Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥
Review: The instructions for this is to use it 10 minutes a day. I use it while I’m studying or watching tv or youtube etc. First time I’ve used this, I had to add a little bit of pressure on my first roll because it was new and that you’d had to “loosen” it a bit. The bumps on the rollers look painful and intimidating especially since your face has to fit inbetween. After the first use, it did hurt a bit but not too much, tolerable. After each session, my face sometimes gets a little red and warms up. This shows that blood is flowing which is good. You can feel the effects of it. Can be relaxing unless you find it painful. Nice way to destress. The bumps helps simulate this and to massage and tone the muscles in your face by adding pressure to them. I don’t use this religiously so I wouldn’t know if my face has slimmed down. Hmmm I would like to know this too. Might start to do it and get back to you guys about it.
A good thing about this is that the neck roller is detachable and can be used on other parts of your face. In my opinion, I’m sure you can use this on other body parts such as your arms. So this is a flexible product. The instructions on the packaging are in Japanese however you won’t need to understand it to know how to use it.
This is an inexpensive tool. You can purchase this off eBay for less than £3. If you purchase this and the bumps are rough, you can always sand them down.
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哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.