The world of facial rollers is ever-changing with new and low-key intimidating options. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the vast array of tools, allow us to break down the latest and greatest.
Read on to explore rollers that deliver the same results as a session with your esthetician. Plus, find the best sculpting option for you!
Best for lymphatic drainage
This diamond-cut roller gives disco ball vibes–the results will probably spawn a happy dance. The ReFa O Style replicates the comfortable pushing and drainage manipulations or “Point Drainage” of a professional esthetician for salon-worthy results at home. Plus, its sleek design features a platinum coating, making it compatible for even the most delicate skin. Softly press and roll along your jawline, under your eyes, and décolletage to stimulate lymphatic drainage and tighten skin.
Best for contouring
Chisel your jawline with this dynamic duo. The Mila Moursi Sculptor paired with a hyaluronic-infused Rejuvenating Serum restores radiance while defining facial features. Target your jawline to dramatically tighten and minimize sagging with consistent use. After cleansing and toning, apply two pumps of serum and use The Sculptor to massage it into skin until fully absorbed.
Best for reducing puffiness
Surely, you’ve seen these on TikTok a few times–and yes, they’re worth the hype. Globe-style rollers typically deliver a cooling sensation to help reduce puffiness and smooth the eye contours. Omorovicza’s ice-cool Derma Globes instantly awaken skin, stimulating micro-circulation and reducing inflammation. Gently use with serums, moisturizers, or alone.
Best for lifting
While lifting may be its specialty, this wacky looking roller is multifaceted and versatile–plus, it’s surprisingly simple to use. The beaded rollers provide an invigorating deep tissue jaw and neck massage to elevate features, relieve tension, and aid in lymphatic drainage. On the other end, you’ll find a small stainless steel ice roller that delivers a cooling effect for your under-eye area to calm inflammation and redness.
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