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Relax and enhance your complexion with Mount Lai. Browse cutting-edge beauty tools for handling puffiness, fine lines, dark spots, and more from this brand steeped in tradition.

Does Sephora carry Mount Lai?

Yes, Sephora sells many Mount Lai products. If you’re shopping for skincare, make sure to check out Mount Lai’s anti-aging balm. To step things up, explore our collection of powerful tools, including sculpting massagers, face smoothing solutions, and tension-relieving rollers, among others.

What are Mount Lai's best-selling products?

Made to lift the skin and boost radiance, the best-selling Mount Lai Gua Sha Facial Lifting Tool is a must for addressing loss of firmness and fine lines.

The ever-popular De-Puffing Jade Facial Roller helps reduce puffiness and tension by cooling and soothing. For best results, use the roller with a serum or face oil.

Is Mount Lai real jade?

Yes, Mount Lai products feature Xiyuan jade.

What does the Mount Lai Jade Roller do?

The De-Puffing Jade Facial Roller helps control puffiness and promotes drainage from the face.

How do you use the Mount Lai Jade Roller?

Place the Jade Roller in the middle of the face and roll it out across the cheeks. Next, place the tool on the eyebrows and roll across the forehead. Then, move it under the lower lip and roll down. We recommend that you use the smaller side for delicate and hard-to-reach spots, and the larger side for broad areas.

What does the Mount Lai Gua Sha do?

The Mount Lai Gua Sha Facial Lifting Tool helps lift, contour, smooth, and brighten up the complexion.

How do you use the Mount Lai Gua Sha?

Start by prepping clean skin with a face oil or serum. Place the Gua Sha at the forehead, scraping upward from the eyebrows to the hairline. Repeat the process at the cheeks. Next, move to the jawline. Using the side with two curves, start at the chin and scrape until the ear.

When working the under-eye area, we recommend that you gently scrape from the inner corner of the eye to the temple area. Be sure to use light pressure, because this area is very sensitive.