Well, I have a feeling that someone at the Body Shop has a sense of humour – this is photographed side on for modesty reasons ;-). Not as funny as L’Oreal Professional’s @lorealprofuk Twitter handle, maybe, but you take your laughs where you can…The Body Shop Facial Massager
BUT, all references aside, The Body Shop Facial Massager is incredible. I can’t say enough! The way it grips your jaw so the skin gets a proper massage is truly amazing – and addictive. We all know the benefits – and pleasures – of facial massage, and in this case the positioning of the balls means that skin is just short of being ‘pinched’ (it’s not at all uncomfortable) but has enough grip to be doing something meaningful rather than just basically rolling your face. It’s genuinely the best facial massager I’ve come across, feels sensational with oils and serum, and there’s not much more to say on it than that.
The Body Shop Facial Massager is part of the Oils of Life range launching in early Autumn and it’s £16 very well spent.
Yes, I went there.. sorry…. 🙂
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Blimey! You do make it sound appealing though!
I think I saw something similar in Anne Summers ! lol!
Ball position is SO important…
See I want to write lots of sniggery innuendos but I like the sound of this more than I thought I would!
16 pounds isn’t much if it’s as good as it seems!
Looks like a massager alright but I’m not sure whether they got the area you’re supposed to use it on right, hahah!!
How does it compare with the Sarah Chapman one? I have that but if you think this better I’m in :). I do facial yoga for 10 mins ever day – finger manipulation. I swear by it! Tx
I’m sure in the past that I’ve used the Sarah Chapman one (and a very similar one from Muji) but can’t remember it well enough to do a direct comparison xx
It is quite a good copy of well known (and extremely expensive!) Japanese massager, just the original has faceted balls, is full metal and even somehow generates low frequency something (sorry, was reading about it long ago and without intention of spending about 300 euro, therefore forgot most details). For this price I’m more than willing to give it a try..
Hahah 🙂 This does look like it would work!
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