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Should You Switch To an Obsidian Face Roller?

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Should You Switch To an Obsidian Face Roller? Should You Switch To an Obsidian Face Roller? Should You Switch To an Obsidian Face Roller?
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We’re all about trying the trendiest skin care tools, and chances are, if you’re here, you are too. On that note, the obsidian face roller has been creating quite the buzz as of late, stealing some of the spotlight from the popular jade roller. This may have you wondering what black obsidian face roller benefits you’re missing out on. Instead of leaving you in the dark, we’re here to fill you in on all there is to know. Ahead, find out what an obsidian face roller is and if you should be using one in your skin care routine

What Is An Obsidian Face Roller?

Let’s talk about what an obsidian face roller is in the first place. This skin care tool features a handle with two rounded rollers (one on either end) made from black obsidian, a rock that comes from fast-cooling lava. Each roller end differs in size, with one being slightly larger than the other. In this way, the tool is quite similar to other face rollers. Based on appearances, the real difference comes down to the color of the stones. Of course, that can’t be the only difference...

What Are The Benefits Of Using a Black Obsidian Face Roller? 

You may be wondering how black obsidian face roller benefits set this trendy tool apart from rollers made out of other popular gemstones like jade and rose quartz. While there isn’t necessarily an answer as to the best stone for a facial roller—at least not based on skin care benefits—certain stones are thought to have different energies and healing abilities. The obsidian face roller, and black obsidian in general, is believed to protect against negativity and stress. So, aside from the tool’s ability to massage your skin care products onto your face, it may also be just what you need when indulging in some well-deserved self-care

5 Times To Use an Obsidian Face Roller

Now that you’re a bit more familiar with the black obsidian stone, it’s time to learn how you can put an obsidian face roller to use. Hint: There’s more than one way! Here are five times to reach for this onyx-colored tool. 

1. To apply serums. One of the most popular uses for an obsidian face roller is applying face serums. You can do this by smoothing the serum onto your cheek or forehead, then using the roller to massage and spread the formula until thoroughly absorbed. Try using one with our L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.5% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum for an added dose of hydration or the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Derm Intensives 10% Pure Glycolic Acid Serum to visibly even your skin tone.

2. When feeling stressed. Taking a few extra moments to care for your skin and yourself is sometimes all you need to feel less stressed.  

3. For a midday treat. If you don’t plan to wear makeup for the day, you can use an obsidian face roller for a midday pick-me-up. Consider first misting your face with the L’Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Shake & Glow Dew Mist before rolling the tool over your visage. 

4. To smooth on moisturizer. Indulge in a little TLC while applying your moisturizer or night cream, and use your face roller to apply the formula. For a truly luxurious experience, pair it with the L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra Nutrition Honey Day Cream or L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra Nutrition Honey Night Balm, both of which are formulated with manuka honey.

5. For a relaxing massage. Last but not least, reach for your obsidian face roller and give yourself a face massage. Roll the tool over your face and close your eyes. We’d consider this the perfect time to practice a bit of mindfulness and meditation. Focus on the feeling of the smooth stone gliding over your face and enjoy. 

Next up: Now that you’re up-to-date with all things obsidian face rollers, perhaps you’d like to learn about another facial tool that’s gaining popularity. Here’s Your Intro To Gua Sha Massage.

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