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Bian Stone Therapy Roller


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The Bian stone contains up to 40 trace minerals beneficial to the human body and has thermal conductivity and heat-storing capabilities. Studies have shown the properties of Bian Stone can help stimulate circulation of the blood, relax muscles and joints, and aid in anti-oxidation in human cells.

Use the Chi Bian Roller daily for a multitude of benefits.


  • Enhances skin elasticity, tightening and toning facial muscles
  • Helps refine pores
  • Reduces puffiness and dark circles around eyes
  • Helps relieve facial tension and discourage fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improves circulation and oxygen flow
  • Aids in lymphatic drainage and elimination of toxins
  • Reduces stress and inflammation
  • Improves sinus conditions and congestion
  • Stimulates the flow of Chi for a fresh, youthful glow

We suggest heating the Bian roller by soaking in hot water before use. Heat helps to release the trace minerals in the stone. After the warming massage, in accordance to the principles of yin and yang, one can follow the process by rolling with a cold Bian or Jade Roller that has been refrigerated or immersed in ice water. This warm and cold effect helps create balance in the body and mind.

Directions for use

Please read the included instruction leaflet for more details.

Skin type



Use the Bian Chi Roller on the body to tone skin as well as a massage tool for sore muscles.



Use non alcoholic wipes or warm water with a mild liquid soap and rinse well. Dry thoroughly before storing away to prevent metal from deteriorating.

GingerChi is based in New York and they’ve just opened our first retail store. The owner, Anna Lam originally from Australia, has been in US since 1991. While her background is in advertising and marketing she was drawn to skin care and the use of Ginger for its healing properties. After completing skin care courses in London, she worked with an Aromatherapist and Chinese Acupuncturist to establish GingerChi in 2011 with an Etsy store.

Products are made in small batches and are all natural and wherever possible organic, using sustainable packaging. The accessories and tools (such as the jade rollers) are sourced from reputable manufacturers in China. Anna puts a high emphasis on quality control of outsourced products and regularly visits factories to ensure the highest quality.

GingerChi donates a percentage of their revenue to charities that support women and the environment.