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May 21, 2024

5 DIY beauty tools to sculpt and tone your face

Aliya Ladhabhoy
As business and life crawls back to normal, there is less time to focus on beauty rituals.
These face beauty tools need only 5-10 minutes of your attention to help you sculpt, tone, detoxify your skin and reduce fine lines. These help stimulate your body in the morning and help you relax and destress at the end of a long day!
Here are 5 tools to incorporate in your facial beauty regime.
RAS Luxury Rose Quartz Roller
face roller
Ras Luxury Face Roller
Made of various crystals such as jade, rose quartz, amethyst, the face roller is an ancient Chinese tool to destress and tighten the skin. It also helps detoxify the face and drain out lymphatic fluid. It can reduce puffiness, tone facial muscles, minimize fine lines and increase blood flow.
How to use:
Prep your face with an oil, serum or moisturizer. Gently glide the roller on your face and neck in upward motions. The smaller side of the roller can be used around the eye.
Each crystal has its own healing benefits. Rose quartz, reduces inflammation and soothes the skin. It can be used two to three times a day for five to ten minutes at a time.

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Face Rituals Jade Gua Sha
Face Rituals Gua Sha face tools
Face Rituals Gua Sha
Gua sha, a half moon shaped ancient Chinese tool, allows you to work deeper into the face muscles and activates acupressure points. This increases blood circulation and drains out the lymph nodes. It helps reduce puffiness, tones the skin and makes it firm, giving a contoured effect. Jade has its own healing benefits, which helps balance the skin.
How to use:
After applying serum or oil, gently guide the tool, using light pressure, on your face in upward, sweeping strokes. Repeat three to six times. Use the double-curved end on your throat and jawline.
House of Beauty 24K Face Massager


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The gold-plated face massager vibrates 6,000 times a minute to stimulate your skin cells and relax your facial muscles. It helps to tighten, tone and lift the skin and can also reduce wrinkles around the eyes, lips, forehead and neck.
How to use:
The battery-operated massager can be used on just-cleansed skin or post a dab of serum. Use it in upward motions over the T-bone, chin, cheeks, under the eyes, neck and even your hands! Repeat for three to five minutes.
Kal Hans Kansa Wand
Kansa wand Kal Hans
Kal Hans Kansa Wand
The Kansa Wand is the Indian version of the Chinese Gua Sha tool. This tool is rooted in Ayurvedic philosophy. Made of bronze or bell metal, it has the ability to balance the pH of the skin. Acidic skin is prone to inflammation and acne. The wand helps to balance out the acidic and alkaline elements. It stimulates blood circulation, promotes lymphatic drainage and flushes out built-up toxins.
How to use:
After applying serum or oil, run the wand over the forehead and the eyes in small, circular movements. Proceed to outward, slow strokes over the cheeks, jaw line and chin.
House of Beauty Blue Ice Globes
house of beauty ice globes
House of Beauty Ice Globes
Using ice water or skin icing is one way to achieve perfect, glass-like skin. An upgrade from ice cubes, the ice globes shrink pores, heal and renew the skin. It helps reduce under-eye darkness, redness, accelerates product absorption and can soothe headaches and muscle tension.
How to use:
Place the Ice Globes in the fridge or a bowl of ice for 10 minutes. Glide the globes over the face in slow, gentle movements. Repeat each movement three to five times. It can also be used to massage other areas such as the neck, shoulder and back. Do not leave the globes in the fridge overnight.

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