In the recent years the beauty market has being glutted with cutting edge gadgets and innovative tools that continuously promise consumers to drastically upgrade their skincare regimen. Are these weird-looking skin care tools actually worthy of their cost? And what beauty tools are best to use to achieve spa-like results?
Beauty rollers have been widely used by the Chinese elite for centuries. While it is hard to estimate the effectiveness of a facial roller, it is commonly believed to help achieve the benefits of a spa-like facial massage. In other words, it boosts circulation, reduces puffiness, improves fluid retention and rids the skin of toxins via lymphatic drainage. In order to get the best results, it is recommended to target the facial roller onto the cheekbones to help improve lymphatic drainage and work to sculpt the face. It can also be used around the chin area to help mitigate the sagginess.
Moreover, using a tool, such as a facial roller, when applying products to the skin can be beneficial to help maximise the absorption of the ingredients. The MZ Skin Tone & Lift Germanium Facial Roller allows products to penetrate deeper into the dermis, simultaneously defending skin from surrounding environmental aggressors. The ions within the germanium balances over-exposure caused by ageing-positive ions. Germanium stone is used specifically to act as acupressure points, helping to shift blockages in the lymphatic system.
Get the most out of MZ Skin Vitamin-Infused Facial Treatment Mask using it alongside the roller. Leave the mask on for 15 minutes; then remove and massage in the remaining serum – a cocktail of potent brighteners, including Aloe Leaf, Liquorice Extract, and Vitamin C – into the skin rolling the device in an upward direction for 30-60 seconds.
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Using a Konjac sponge as a cleansing skincare tool is thought to refine and smoothen the skin, bringing lustre back into a dull complexion. The Konjac Sponge, in particular, was originally used in the 19th century in the Indochinese region to bathe new-born babies. The fibres of the sponge are soft and gentle enough to be used on the delicate baby skin.
MZ Skin Natural Konjac Sponge is saturated in minerals to soothe skin and absorb excess oil, as well as iron oxide clay to help boosts circulation, regenerate the skin and stimulate microcirculation in the blood vessels. It is 100% natural, free from any chemicals, preservatives and addictives. Moreover, red clay is believed to tone and purify the skin, diminishing any redness caused by irritations and reviving the complexion. It is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive and couperose-prone skin.
The exfoliating properties of the sponge work well together with MZ Skin Cleanse & Clarify Dual Action AHA Cleanser and Mask. Because the sponge is so gentle, it can be used daily: simply soak the sponge in warm water for 1-2 minutes before it softens and expands in size, then massage the product in with the sponge to make the cleanser penetrate more deeply. The sponge will help buff away dead skin cells and rebalance the natural acidity of skin’s surface and uppermost layers, leaving the face feeling soft and detoxified. Use wet sponge to help remove the remains of the cleanser and mask, making sure all the makeup, sunscreen and debris is washed away.