Facial Ice Massager for Face, Eyes & Neck Pink Ice Cube Roller

Treating your skin with these facial massagers doesn’t just feel great. The act of rubbing and patting the skin on your face has well-known benefits — it tightens pores, and encourages circulation. Take the roller out of the fridge for 1-2 minutes before use. Start rolling from the center of your face to the periphery to stimulate lymphatic drainage. Wear the headband at the time of rolling to avoid hair entanglement with the massager. Put the ice roller face massager in refrigeration when not in use.

Likewise, ice-rolling should be avoided after any surgery that leaves a wound because if healing tissue is moved, scarring could be worsened. When your face feels extra tight from a day of staring at the screen, grab this vibrating, globe-tipped ice roller face massager to soothe the muscles around your jaw, temples, cheeks—wherever. The vibration gives you a deeper massage , while the shape of the globe can press and massage into your muscles better than a traditional flat roller.

For Dubroff, cold tools are great for “anytime you want something to just feel less puffy, saggy, inflamed. It’s not forever, but it’s a good fix.” While most of the benefits are temporary, Boakye says ice rolling four to five times a week can help diminish inflammation. Using this rechargeable and versatile roller is like having four tools in one, since it’s made for both the face and body, and can either heat up or cool down depending on your skincare needs. It contains a set of stainless steel roller balls powered by sonic technology that provide anti-inflammatory benefits when iced, and increase your skin’s product absorption when heated. If you’re already on the face-rolling bandwagon and are looking to expand your horizons, we recommend this four-in-one set. You’ll get an ice roller with a gel head, a jade roller, a textured massage roller, and a gua sha tool.

Begin from the center of your face and use upward, outward strokes to roll the tool along the skin, making sure to apply just enough pressure to massage the skin, as using too much pressure can cause irritation. To de-puff the under-eyes, gently roll the tool along the area, applying little to no pressure. Designed to be chilled to deliver a cooling, tightening effect to the skin, the simple, hand-held tool is best known for its ability to quickly de-puff a tired complexion.

When gliding an ice roller across your face, eye area, jawline, neck, and chest, five to 10-minute sessions are ideal. This is typically long enough to see visible improvement in puffiness, inflammation, redness, and overall skin texture. As long as your skin isn’t irritated, you can go a little longer if needed. This thoughtfully designed gadget glides over the entire eye area, applying a cooling treatment at just the right temperature. Minimized puffiness, improved texture, and brighter skin.

The ideal amount of time to use a face roller is 5 minutes Whereas, the ice roller should be used for 5-8 minutes. You can use a face roller without keeping it in the fridge. However, the ice roller must be kept to cool in the fridge before using.

She’s an authority in all skincare categories but is an expert when it comes to ice rollers, thanks to years of trying them on her puffy face. She regularly tests and analyzes skincare tools for efficacy, while working with the industry’s top dermatologists to assess new formulas and brands. Then your luxurious self deserves this $$$ serum-roller hybrid that comes with a built-in steel tip that feels cool to the touch, especially when you store it in the fridge. Sure, it’s v expensive, but it’s a treat for anyone who wants to level up their skincare routine. Holding a tool on the skin for too long in one place may cause so-called freezer burn, exacerbating the redness you’re trying to quell—so keep it moving.