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Is it just us or is the Jade Facial Roller everywhere we look?!
It looks pretty cool -- the marble finish is pretty snazzy -- but what exactly does it do … ?
Allow Jonathan Van Ness of Netflix's 2018 “Queer Eye" to explain -- and demonstrate!
"This is major," Jonathan says of the buzzy, naturally cooling skincare tool. "It’s very anti-inflammatory."
He likes to use it with this Kate Somerville Goat Milk De-Puffing Eye Balm.
First, he rubs the balm under his eyes like chapstick and then, he rubs it in with a roller -- and he likes this Herbivore Jade Facial Roller. (Watch him demonstrate in the video above!)
It's as if you're giving your face a cooling massage. Buh-bye, puffy eyes!
"It really does get rid of tension," Jonathan assures.
Just look how excited he is about it:
Are you convinced yet?