Coucou V-Lift Roller
Use this effective kneading massage to lift and contour the jawline, cheekbones, and brows....
Use this effective kneading massage to lift and contour the jawline, cheekbones, and brows. Ideal to depuff, relieve facial tension, and tighten sagging skin.
What is does:
Create your own Home Spa and treat your face to a natural facelift with this non-invasive face tool with cooling dual-ended globes that uses century-old facialist's kneading techniques to lift and tone the facial contours. Use after your favorite serum, or moisturizer to enhance absorption and feels like heaven when rolling over your sheet mask. Tip: Keep it in the fridge for extra de-puffing, anti-inflammatory and soothing effects.
- Lift and contour jawline, cheekbones, and brows
- Effective kneading massage stimulates collagen production to plump fine lines
- Tighten sagging skin by working the facial muscles and improve the skin's elasticity
- Boost blood circulation by massaging the skin with the natural coldness of the roller
- Depuff and relieve tension in the face as the roller mimics the action of an expert facialist's knuckles
- Get that V-line by focussing on the jawline
The two globes are made of aluminum alloy, the handle is zinc alloy.
How to use:
Always cleanse face first! Apply serum or moisturizer before rolling. Roll 5-10 minutes daily, morning or evening. Repeat every stroke 5-10 times and each step 3 times on both sides of your face. Important: handle always leads and faces upwards, globes follow. Comes with step by step instruction card.
Neck: Place the globes above your collarbone and roll upwards to the back of your ear. Avoid contact with sensitive areas such as the middle of the throat.
Jawline & Cheeks: Start from the center of the chin, placing your jawline between the globes, and roll upwards towards the ear. Do the same on your cheeks and cheekbone. Follow the contours of your facial muscles to stimulate a lifting and toning effect.
Lips: Start from the center of your lips, placing your lips between the globes, and roll upwards towards the ear.
Brows: Start from the beginning of your eyebrow, placing your brow bone between the globes and roll along your eyebrow.
Eyes: Use 1 globe only and start at the inner corner of your eye. Gently and slowly roll your under-eye area moving outwards and upwards towards your temple.
Forehead: Place the globes between the eyebrows and roll upwards into the hairline. To cover the full forehead, repeat and roll at a 45-degree angle into the hairline.
Chest: Start from the middle of your chest and roll upwards towards the shoulder. Repeat stroke to cover full chest.