SPRING ST, March 2017
Crystals have been said to have healing properties for centuries—and now, they are being used in skincare.
General facial massage has quickly become a popular technique among skincare specialists as it's thought to aid in rejuvenating and repairing the skin.
Georgia Louise of the Georgia Louise Spa in New York City tells InStyle,
"Facial massage speeds up our circulation, allowing for skin to heal and repair itself from the damage and traumas we put it through on a daily basis a lot quicker."
But facialists are now combining the alleged healing abilities of crystals into facial massage for an extra boost of nourishment.
Louise's clients include celebrities like Emma Stone and Jennifer Aniston, and she has now created her own rose quartz facial massage tool called the Lift + Sculpt Butterfly Stone.
The stone is meant to reduce puffiness and wrinkles in the face, and Louise has posted a series of tutorial videos on her Instagram account showing us exactly how to use it.
We have to admit, it's pretty mesmerizing.