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How to Use Your Rose Quartz Roller to Aid Lymphatic Draining

Lymphatic Draining is not a surgery or operation, though, it certainly sounds like one. Spa-goers and skincare-lovers alike have fallen for this treatment over the past couple years because of it’s proven results and benefits.

So, what is lymphatic drainage? It’s a therapeutic massage treatment using light pressure and long, gentle, rhythmic strokes to increase the flow and reduce toxins in the body. The technique is used to stimulate the flow of lymph (a fluid that transports white blood cells, oxygen, and nutrients to tissues throughout the body). This heals body swelling, clears acne and prevents wrinkles, relieves fatigue and sports injuries, removes waste and toxins from bodily tissues, stops lymph fluid build up, reduces water retention, and can benefit people with conditions such as lymphedema, fibromyalgia, and other conditions. Because lymph is what keeps your immune system working properly, improving the flow and drainage has unlimited benefits.

Although it’s usually done by a professional for the full body experience, some beauty followers opt to do it for themselves, specifically on their face to reduce puffiness.

Want to give it a try? All you need is your TEN Rose Quartz Roller, Honey L’Occitane Naturally Infused Body Crème, and Hydrating Luxe Facial Oil!

Here’s Your DIY Steps to Lymphatic Drainage: 

Step One: Know where your drainage points are. There are two by your ears and two by your clavicle. When working your face, you want to start in the middle of your face and move toward these two by your ears. When working the neck, you want to move down toward the clavicle points.

Step Two: Cleanse your face with TEN’s Orange Ginger All-In-One Wash. Pat dry, gently.

Step Three: Start with your neck. Use the larger side of your roller, putting light pressure and moving it downward toward the two clavicle points. Do this as long as you’d like.

Step Four: Move up to your jaw with the same side of the roller. Start in the middle (near your chin), roll out toward the closest ear, then down toward your clavicle point. Do this as long as you’d like.

Step Five: For lips, cheeks, and sides of nose, you will use the same side of roller and simply move out toward the closest ear. For under eyes, you will do the same motion, however, with the smaller side of the jade roller.

Step Six:
Eyebrows and forehead, you go back to the larger side of the roller, using the same motion toward closest ear.

Step Seven: Once you’ve finished, wet face with warm water and pat dry. Then apply your moisturizer and facial oil under your eyes!

Pro Tip:
If you keep roller in the freezer or fridge, it will help reduce puffiness, faster!

Myth:
You should apply serum after step two, before rolling your face. Wrong! Lymphatic drainage is a different process than your nightly and morning routine. When you perform lymphatic drainage massages, you want to roll on a clear, clean face to allow toxins and facial oils to naturally release on their own. Then, you rehydrate afterwards with moisturizer and face oil!

Adding this rolling routine to your every day skincare regimen will lead to tremendous results. Get the tools you need with the help of TEN Skyncare!

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