A breath of calmness in your busy life. A daily ritual, an act of self care.
What it is:
A textured jade massaging roller designed to energize + massage the face and help products penetrate deeper into the skin. It works to liven and bring the glow back to the skin. It’s natural, non-invasive and gentle enough that it works even for sensitive skin.
Jade is balancing and has naturally cooling properties. It's known as the stone of eternal youth.
What it does:
Besides improving overall health and radiance of the skin, the jade textured roller has a multitude of benefits.
- Aids in circulation and energizes the skin
- Helps skincare products penetrate deeper into the skin
- Transforms skin from dull to glowing
- Promotes lymphatic drainage
- Relieves facial and jaw tension
How to use:
- Start in the middle of the face and roll outwards across the cheeks.
- Move to the eyebrows and roll upwards across the forehead.
- Move below the lower lip and roll downward across the chin.
Due to natural variations in stone, every jade roller is unique in pattern and color. The stones + crystals we use are authentic and natural. We do not artificially dye or treat the stones to let their true beauty shine through.
Use our facial tools and skincare for naturally glowing, radiant skin. Pair different tools together with our skincare to maximize results. We harness ancient beauty secrets with a modern approach to craft gentle yet effective tools and skincare. Our products are easy to use and perfect to add to your everyday ritual. For a detailed guide on how to use,
A Brand Rooted in History and Culture...
We believe in wisdom through the ages. Our products are based around Traditional Chinese Medicine practices that have been passed down through generations, inspired by founder Stephanie Zheng's grandmother. Our skincare products are formulated in collaboration with Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners, using herbs intentionally selected for their healing and beneficial properties that have been studied extensively throughout history. Learn more here