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  • Jade Gua Sha
  • Jade Gua Sha

Jade Gua Sha

Massage your skin with this beautiful smooth Jade Facial Tool.
  • $24.00
Maximize your skincare routine by incorporating this facial tool to massage your skin. Gua Sha, also known as the "Eastern Face Lift", is an ancient facial massage technique that promotes detoxification and healthy-looking skin.

 

Jade is known for bringing good luck, abundance, and prosperity. It promotes a sense of peace and purity within the mind.

 

Tip: Use with your favorite facial oil. (Squalane)

To use: Put on one sock at a time.

To use: put on one sock at a time.

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1. Apply your favorite facial oil. 2. Use the Gua Sha tool to apply light pressure to the center of your forehead and scrape from the middle of your eyebrows to your hairline. 3. On the middle of your forehead, scrape from the center out to your temples. 4. Use the smaller curved end to scrape from your inner brow bone to the outer brow bone. 5. On your cheek and under-eye area, start on the sides of the nose and sweep the tool from the center to the perimeter of your face. 6. Repeat the same motions on the mouth, chin, and jaw areas. Move the tool from the center to the outer parts of your face. 7. Lastly, start on the top of your forehead and scrape down to your temples, down to the sides of your neck, and stop mid-collarbone. Do about three strokes per section and scrape both sides of the face for a completed facial massage.

 

1. Apply your favorite facial oil. 2. Use the Gua Sha tool to apply light pressure to the center of your forehead and scrape from the middle of your eyebrows to your hairline. 3. On the middle of your forehead, scrape from the center out to your temples. 4. Use the smaller curved end to scrape from your inner brow bone to the outer brow bone. 5. On your cheek and under-eye area, start on the sides of the nose and sweep the tool from the center to the perimeter of your face. 6. Repeat the same motions on the mouth, chin, and jaw areas. Move the tool from the center to the outer parts of your face. 7. Lastly, start on the top of your forehead and scrape down to your temples, down to the sides of your neck, and stop mid-collarbone. Do about three strokes per section and scrape both sides of the face for a completed facial massage.

 

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