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If you’ve been into skincare for awhile, you know that incorporating crystals and gemstones into products and practices is nothing new. After all, using a jade roller has been “in” for years, and big skincare companies have made a fortune selling sparkly products that are infused with gold, amethyst, tourmaline, rubies, and even diamonds.
But is there any substance behind the shine? And is gemstone-forward skincare really worth your time and money?
Here’s what we know.
Before we dive into the details, let’s discuss the options that are available to you when it comes to crystals and gemstones in skincare.
First, there are the crystal tools that you can use on your skin, like rollers and gua sha.These can be made from a variety of crystals, though the most common ones you’ll find are usually made of jade, quartz, tourmaline, and amethyst. The idea here is that you run these tools across your face, and they’ll ultimately work to:
Then there’s crystal-infused skin care products. Crystals are literally ground into serums, moisturizers, and exfoliants to creating shiny, beautiful end products that come with a whole host of supposed benefits, including:
Plus, there are those that believe that these products can help ward off bad energy and negative vibes.
So what’s the reality here?
When it comes to rollers and gua sha,the reality is that these tools can help to:
Similarly, crystal-infused skincare products can truly help:
In short, using crystals in your skincare won’t hurt your skin -- and it could actually lead to marked benefits like decreased inflammation and more immediate radiance. So, if it makes you feel beautiful and fun, give it a try!