Gem-spired: The Beauty of Rose Quartz

Written by Nicole Majdali, makeup artist and educator at Janssen Cosmetics and Dr Schrammek US

The use of crystals is nothing new. In fact, they have been used since ancient times. Cleopatra, the leading lady of the beauty industry, and ancient Aztecs had their rituals and those rituals are still going strong. Crystals are extremely hot in the spa industry right now, so even if skeptical, understanding the attraction to crystals of some clients is important.


Can the gemstone of love and balance, rose quartz, really be beneficial in skin care? These beautiful crystals, derived from Mother Nature, have vibrations just like our bodies. They can balance and heal. Rose quartz has a high energy vibration and is the stone of love. The soft pink crystal is a wonderful anti-inflammatory, which is always a necessity in all skin care. It also helps with microcirculation, meaning more collagen production.


There are many ways to use rose quartz. It is used by placing the stone on chakras. Rose quartz rollers are a hot commodity and rose quartz is even used in skin care products. It is a very popular addition to facial treatments that is inexpensive. Rose quartz also enhances relaxation, which only enhances every facial.

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