Tone | Sculpt | Smooth
Gua Sha facial tool is perfect for revitalizing your skin. It smooths wrinkles and puffiness, reduces dark circles and under-eye bags, and follows the contours of your face. For an extra cooling sensation, store it in the refrigerator.
How to Use: To begin your gua sha practice, hold the tool at a 30 to 45-degree angle and gently pull or scrape it across your skin. Remember always to move upwards and follow the lymphatic flow. Repeat each movement three to five times before moving to the next area of your skin. This will ensure that you are applying the technique correctly and effectively.
To contour your jawline and chin, start from the center of your chin and glide your tool upwards towards the earlobe.
For the forehead, divide it into three sections starting from the center and glide your tool outwards. Glide once, then move down a bit and glide again.
To work on the cheeks, begin at the nose and work upwards in a sweeping motion along the cheeks and cheekbones, moving towards your ears. Gliding once, then moving down a bit and gliding again. Move down more towards the center of the chin and glide again.
For the undereye area, start at the inner corner of the eye and glide outwards towards the temple.
To work on the brows, glide upwards along the brow bone - starting from the inside out.
For the lips, glide your tool over them back and forth around five times for a plumping effect.
After exercising the whole face, divide the neck into four sections and use gua sha to flush toxins from the top of the neck down.