In preparation for my long-awaited appointment with skincare guru Caroline Hirons in a couple of weeks – *squeal with excitement* – I have been working my way back through some of her older posts and happened upon her glowing recommendation for the Body Shop Facial MassagerHer recommendation? ‘You need this.’ Enough said…

Using the handy ‘how-to’ video guide Caroline kindly provided alongside the aforementioned post, I’ve been putting this £6 beauty tool to good use as part of my nightly skincare routine and I could not be happier with it. Post-cleanse and tone, I apply a few drops of my much-loved Pai BioRegenerate Rosehip Oil and then set to work with the facial massager for a couple of minutes before applying my moisturiser.

This tool can be used for a whole heap of things – including helping to remove cellulite from your face – but personally I’ve found it’s helped my skin to look healthier, plumper and more radiant, while also reducing those horrible under-the-skin cystic spots. A pretty big win all round to my mind and I’ve already purchased a second one to keep in my handbag (another Caroline suggestion) for use while on the go.

£6 ruddy well spent if you ask me.


3 thoughts on “Face boosting brilliance

  1. Anna says:

    I’m really keen on buying the facial massager after reading about it in Caroline’s blog.And I love that you paired it with Pai’s rosehip oil…already got that one!!

    1. It’s such a nice treat at the end of the day and I feel like it helps the oil to really get on in there and nourish my skin. Definitely a good pairing to try! x

  2. Oo I’m going to have to try this! And I love the look of the Pai oil, when all my others run out (eventually) I think I’ll try it xx

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