Nature's ancient key to a more confident, youthful-looking you
Practised for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine, the Gua Sha (pronounced gwa sha) is a soothing massage technique designed to relieve tension in the muscles of the face, boost blood circulation, and encourage lymphatic drainage to banish bloat.
From furrowed brow to clenched jaw or even a tension headache, chronic stress can in turn wreak havoc on the complexion. This tool works with a simple massage routine to increase blood flow and stimulate the lymphatic system.
With regular use, skin is rejuvenated, toned and smoothed, with results that include boosted collagen, reduced pigmentation, dark circles and puffy eyes, defined jawline and even decongested sinuses.
This carefully carved tool is shaped to align with the curvature of your face and neck, promoting blood circulation and stimulating a number of acupressure points.
Treating yourself to a facial just got so much easier!
- Boosts circulation
- Improves skin elasticity and skin tone
- Promotes lymphatic drainage
- Reduces wrinkles and puffiness
- Reduces dark under-eye circles
- Provides cooling relaxation to your face and eyes
- Accelerates the elimination of toxins
- Reduces pore sizes
How To Use
Step 1 - Wash your face then apply your daily facial serum, oil or moisturiser.
Step 2 - Start with the forehead. Glide tool in an upward motion from the eyebrows to the hairline.
Step 3 - Next, move to the cheeks & glide in an outward motion from the nose to the ear.
Step 4 - Move to the under-eye area with a light pressure glide from the inner corner under brow towards the temple. Repeat.
Step 5 - Lastly, take the tool on the jawline from the chin and glide upwards to the ear to help release any jaw tension.