Crystal Jade used by Chinese women to reduce signs of aging
For years, celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, Katy Perry, and Miranda Kerr have praised the mental benefits of crystals in terms of mental health. As it turns out, these crystals, which are traditionally used by the Chinese, are not just useful for peace of mind, they also help in reducing signs of aging.
Facialists these days are beginning to practice a traditional Chinese medicine massage technique called gua sha which incorporates the use of flat-shaped precious stones.
Many practitioners suggest using crystal jade, usually in the form of a roller, for about five minutes, twice a day, as part of your beauty regimen after you have washed your face and applied your preferred creams and serums. Practitioners believe that rolling over the skin is far more beneficial as it helps the crystals penetrate much more deeply.
Those who have converted to rolling swear that using crystal jade helps reduce the most common signs of aging: fine lines and puffing. But that's not all. They are also said to help boost circulation, lymphatic drainage, as well as help with sinuses.
According to experts, it's important to use the right tool to make the most out of Crystal Jade rolling. Specifically, you'll want to keep an eye out for rollers made out of natural stone and those made from fake products. There are others on the market that sell themselves as authentic crystal jade but are actually made from glass infused with dye to match the color of the crystal jade. Rollers also should not make noise when using and authentic products are generally expensive. If it's cheap, then it's probably not the real thing.
Other anti-aging beauty benefits of using crystal jade include better-refined brows, improved contouring of the cheek and jaws, visible reduction in wrinkles, a marked decrease in age spots and discolorations, as well as improved overall appearance.