Kyle Richards’ skincare ‘miracle wand’ is on sale pre-Prime Day

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You needn’t be rolling in cash to shop this Kyle Richards-loved roller.

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star shouted out the Nurse Jamie Uplift Massaging Beauty Roller ($69 $38) in a recent Amazon Live about her makeup and skincare secrets.

And while Prime Day’s still a week away, it’s already the prime time to shop the device for 30% off on Amazon.

“There’s a reason you’ll see it on the show and there’s a reason why so many people go to Nurse Jamie because she knows what she’s talking about,” Richards raved of the tool, which she called “a little miracle wand” to get “rid of puffiness [and] fine lines.”


Nurse Jamie Uplift Massaging Beauty Roller
Amazon/Nurse Jamie

Santa Monica-based nurse and celebrity skin expert Nurse Jamie has been linked to everyone from Kim Kardashian to Reese Witherspoon to Jessica Alba over the years — not to mention several of Richards’ fellow Beverly Hills “Housewives.”

Sutton Stracke memorably whipped out the same wand in the midst of major Season 11 drama, telling Lisa Rinna, “I’m carrying my roller with me. It’s giving me anxiety relief.” 

She’s not the only one keeping the buzzy device close at hand; it’s racked up hundreds of five-star Amazon reviews, with shoppers calling it a “game-changer” and “the best face roller on the market.”

“I love it so much I’m going to buy one to keep in my office drawer and in my suitcase,” one wrote. “I don’t want to be without my roller, ever.”


A Nurse Jamie Pillow
Nurse Jamie

Nurse Jamie’s extensive Amazon store also includes the silky Beauty Bear Memory Foam Skincare Pillow ($89), designed to help “minimize sleep lines and wrinkles.”

For more great beauty deals across the internet, be sure to check out our guide to the best exclusive skincare sets on offer at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, too.


Why Trust Page Six Style Shopping

This article was written by Hannah Southwick, Commerce Writer/Reporter for Page Six Style. Hannah spies deals on actually affordable celebrity-worn styles, puts Hollywood’s favorite labels to the test and finds the beauty products that keep stars red carpet-ready. She consults stylists and industry pros — including celebs themselves — for firsthand product recommendations, trend predictions and more. In addition to writing for Page Six since 2020, her work has been featured in USA Today and Parade.


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