Wednesday, 6 November 2013

The Body Shop Facial Massager


You need this.

£6.00 from The Body Shop. £6.00!

Use it to get the cellulite off your face. Those of you that suffer from cystic lumps and bumps under the jawline, those of you worried about saggy baggy face syndrome...this is a great find. I have one on my desk and I'm buying another one to keep in my handbag to use when I'm stuck in traffic (I live in Central London - that's a LOT of the time) and when I'm relaxing on the sofa watching murder dramas. 

Use it working away from the center of the face towards the lymph areas in front of the ears, along and below the jaw line towards the ears, then down the neck. Think of it as pushing the crap away from your face towards the back of your ears and then down the sides of the neck...

Just to give you an idea have a quick look at the below. Fired it off quickly at my desk - please ignore the 4pm makeup and the unopened parcels! - but you'll get the drift.... :)


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The Body Shop Facial Massager is £6.00 (I may have mentioned that), available in all usual Body Shop stockists and online.


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61 comments:

  1. I actually have this tucked away some where, I wasn't too sure if it was making much of a difference for me which led to it being hidden away. I may fetch it back out now it seems to have been given your stamp of approval :)
    Amy x
    -A Little Boat Sailing-

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  2. And I just bought the jade massager! Oh well, will probably pick up one of these too next time I'm at the Body Shop.

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  3. I have this as well but stopped using it... will have to give it another chance it seems ;)

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  4. I should look for that!

    A really odd question: is it OK to use if one has had the lymph nodes down one side of the neck irradiated?

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    1. Hi Melanie,

      I'd refer to your doc - in theory if you are ok now, it should be ok - but if you were having treatment - no. Sorry it took me so long to answer! xx

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  5. I'm so glad you posted this, I was actually contemplating buying this the other day and then I didn't because I wasn't sure if you'd approve or not! Going to buy it ASAP :)

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  6. I always thought "massaging" will encourage wrinkels, because it streches the skin??
    But if you use it it is probably fine <3

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    1. No it stimulates the skin - all good. :)

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  7. I have a cystic bump -- but I am terrified to touch it with this tool (or anything for that matter), because I fear it will irritate and enrage it. Are you sure?

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    1. I did it... And it worked!

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    2. It will be fine. It may HURT. But it will help get rid - one way or another! :)

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  8. Should you use this when you are cleansing, or dry?

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    1. Anytime. Cleansing, dry, in the office, watching telly..... :)

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  9. there is a special facial treatment with a simmilar one from Decleor:)

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  10. Hi thanks for this but any idea how this compares with the Sarah Chapman facial massager. I bought it some time ago and put it away as I thought it might do more harm than good? Thanks :)

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    1. This is easier to control and slightly easier on the skin.

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  11. I got this last week I'm so pleased you've given it your seal of approval :-)

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  12. I saw this a while ago and didn't purchase it because you hadn't recommended it at that point. I just bought it online along with a few other products as I received a Buy 2, Get 2 Free offer via email earlier today. Good timing! Thank you for the recommendation x

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  13. Glad to see this getting some praise! I've been using mine for a few years and I swear by it. It's helped get rid of a bumpy patch of skin on my chin, and just generally brightens me up! I use it every other night, with an oil

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  14. I am wondering how this compares to the Jade rollers? Basically the same benefits?

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    1. Jade roller in theory should also be slightly anti-inflammatory. I prefer this for the OOMPH. :)

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  15. They don't seem to have this in the Australian Body Shop :( Is it just that it's a roller or is it specifically amazing because of what it's made of. Would something else have similar results? I get heaps of little bumps and lumps around my jaw line (always just assumed hormonal) and would love something simple like this!

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    1. Try facial massage in general. Replicate the movements with your hands if you can't find something similar. xx

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  16. You're friggin glowingly gorgeous

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    1. I friggin glowingly love you for saying that.

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  17. I couldn't play the video for some reason...bummer?! Anyone else have that issue?? Btw Mrs. Caroline, just wanted to say I am thoroughly EXCITED for your YouTube channel in the works ;-)

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  18. Oh well, I believe TBS will get an influx of gorgeous ladies hurrying up to buy this awesome tool, me included. :) Can you please do a video of your facial massage? Thanks in advance. :)

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  19. haha I love you! Gotta get this asap!

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  20. Oh, LOVE the look of this. <3

    Sorry for the dim question/s, but is this something you could use as a facial massager during cleansing, or is it best used before of after?

    Is it OK to use this on skin with makeup / SPF on, or should you remove everything first?

    Thank you so much for doing a video, that is so helpful as I wouldn't have a clue what to do with it without. :-)

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  21. Your eyebrows are amazing! Thats all.

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  22. Is it sad that you're 4 pm face looks better then my 7 am face after war paint has been applied for the day?? I think so. Sigh. *Walks away grumbling about wanting to be Caroline when I grow up* ;)

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    1. Stop it. *walks away grumbling about someone being young enough to say they want to be me when they grow up*

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  23. Glamour magazine (£2 with a free nailpolish) currently has a card inside -offers £3/£15 or £100 (if you get lucky!) at Body hop -worthwhile if you want to get the roller

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    1. Wow, thanks for the info. I bought the magazine for the free nail varnish and didn't bother reading the mag. I just now retrieved the mag from my bin and got the Body Shop card.
      Thanks again !

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  24. FYI -If anyone/everyone is planning to buy the roller -this month's Glamour magazine (£2 with free nail polish) has a card with £3, £15 or £100 to spend at the Body shop inside!

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  25. Thanks for the video! Can you please, Please, PLEASE do a face wash/routine video? Or a whole youtube channel altogether? :-)

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  26. This video is great! Can you do a video for the facial massage too? I get the general idea from the instructions in said blog, but a video would help clarify! Thanks x

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  27. Hello, I'm thin but i have quite a bit of fat under my jaw line, do you think this would help to minimise my second chin?

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    1. Caroline, I have the same question! I bought the massager this weekend and I'm addicted to it already. - xo, Leslie

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    2. Hi Deniz,

      God in HEAVEN I wish it would but in general NO. SADLY. It certainly helps tone and helps get rid of the toxins though.

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    3. Just got mine! and tested it, rolls nice and freely. Love the vid especially the little bonus expression towards the end.

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    4. PS just a thought ... if one used it during cleansing with an oil-based product, would the oil cause the rubbery massaging fingers to degrade over time? bearing in mind that one's advised not to use oils with ... other ... rubbery items!

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  28. It doesn't roll! The one I got just get stuck and tugs the skin. Worthless crap, I'd rather pay more to get something that actually works. I hope mine was just part of a very bad batch.

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    1. Take it straight back! It rolls like a dream!

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  29. Got this the other day, thanks!!! It's also helping for the headaches I've been having since being involved in an accident a few months ago...

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  30. I got it!!! I'm now constantly rolling when I'm watching tv, it got rid of a big hormonal cystic nasty for me, even tho my fellow sofa dwellers take the Mickey. They see me Rollin' they hatin' I love it though :)
    Dawn

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  31. How do you clean the facial massager? I'd be scared rolling something onto my face without getting all the germs off it first since I am prone to acne. Thank you for this post!

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  32. Finally got one of these! They have been sold out for the last two weeks? The Hirons effect?

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  33. This seems to be one of the most amazing and stylish types of body massager. Mostly people use to go SPA for massage and you need to pay more. But by having this you can enjoy body massage simply at home. I am using facial massager from last few months and enjoying great benefits on my face.

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  34. Just found this via Lily Pebbles recent post... definitely picking one up as have been horrified to notice the sides of my face 'falling' recently. *sobs quietly in corner*

    Nic x

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  35. I knew I had seen you speak of this before - Google searched you to be sure! Definitely going to pick one of these up - I have a question though; when you roll your toxins from your face, where do they go? Just disappear, or do the just move somewhere that your body can take care of them?

    Carly x

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  36. NEEEEEEEED THIS!

    Found this post via Fee from Make-up Savvy :)

    Zoe Newlove Beauty Blogger & MUA

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  37. Is this better than a jade roller?

    andrea-herinfinitevariety.blogspot.co.uk

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