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Gua Sha Jade Stone

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Gua Sha Jade Stone

18.00

We offer Gua Sha Stones for beginners to facial gua sha for self-care at home. Made of high quality Xiuyan Jade this stone has all the right shapes and notches to:

Gua Sha for the face and neck is called the Eastern Botox or Eastern Facelift for a reason. This Traditional Chinese medicine treatment, when applied to the face, has the following effects:

  • Firms up your sagging facial muscles

  • Smoothens the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles on your face

  • Improves dark circles and bags under the eyes (the kind you get from advancing age)

  • Lightens age spots and other skin discolorations

  • Your complexion gets rosier and more radiant

  • Helps clear up acne, rosacea, and other skin diseases on your face

HOW TO USE:

  • Don’t use heavy pressure

  • All the (light) scraping motions will be upwards. Remember, we are countering sagging so we can NEVER make any downward movements. The only exception is the end part when we do the dumping in the lymphatic ducts.

  • Do 3-5 strokes for all of the areas except for the forehead. You can do twice as many there.

SEE PICTURE:

  1. Third Eye: Stroke from the middle of your eyebrows and up to your hairline. This area activates healing.

  2. Lower forehead: Sweep from the center of the forehead above your eyebrows going out to your temples.

  3. Under eyebrow: Use the curved part of your gua sha tool to scrape the area underneath your eyebrow and above your eyes. Stay on the bone of the brow.

  4. Under the eyes: Slowly and lightly stroke the area where your eye bags typically show. Start from the side of your nose and go up to your temple. Imagine moving the stagnant lymph from the middle of your face up to the temple and all the way to the hairline.

  5. Cheek: Do the same sweeping motion for the cheek area. Go from the side of your nose, across your cheek, and up again to the middle of your ear.

  6. Mouth area: Do the same for the mouth area again sweeping the lymph upward to your ear.

  7. Chin: Sweep from the middle of your face, under your lower lip and to the earlobe.

  8. Under chin: Scrape from the soft area under your chin to the bottom of your ear.

  9. Neck: Finally, it’s time to scrape from your jaw and earlobe down to the middle of your collarbone.

  10. The big sweep: Collect all the lymph you’ve moved to the side of the face and dump it to your lymphatic drainage. Sweep from the center of your forehead right under your hairline, down to your temple, down to your ear until you reach your neck and terminus area. Do several times for a clean sweep.

  11. Now do the other side.


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We offer Gua Sha Stones for beginners to facial gua sha for self-care at home. Made of high quality Xiuyan Jade this stone has all the right shapes and notches to:

Gua Sha for the face and neck is called the Eastern Botox or Eastern Facelift for a reason. This Traditional Chinese medicine treatment, when applied to the face, has the following effects:

  • Firms up your sagging facial muscles

  • Smoothens the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles on your face

  • Improves dark circles and bags under the eyes (the kind you get from advancing age)

  • Lightens age spots and other skin discolorations

  • Your complexion gets rosier and more radiant

  • Helps clear up acne, rosacea, and other skin diseases on your face

HOW TO USE:

  • Don’t use heavy pressure

  • All the (light) scraping motions will be upwards. Remember, we are countering sagging so we can NEVER make any downward movements. The only exception is the end part when we do the dumping in the lymphatic ducts.

  • Do 3-5 strokes for all of the areas except for the forehead. You can do twice as many there.

SEE PICTURE:

  1. Third Eye: Stroke from the middle of your eyebrows and up to your hairline. This area activates healing.

  2. Lower forehead: Sweep from the center of the forehead above your eyebrows going out to your temples.

  3. Under eyebrow: Use the curved part of your gua sha tool to scrape the area underneath your eyebrow and above your eyes. Stay on the bone of the brow.

  4. Under the eyes: Slowly and lightly stroke the area where your eye bags typically show. Start from the side of your nose and go up to your temple. Imagine moving the stagnant lymph from the middle of your face up to the temple and all the way to the hairline.

  5. Cheek: Do the same sweeping motion for the cheek area. Go from the side of your nose, across your cheek, and up again to the middle of your ear.

  6. Mouth area: Do the same for the mouth area again sweeping the lymph upward to your ear.

  7. Chin: Sweep from the middle of your face, under your lower lip and to the earlobe.

  8. Under chin: Scrape from the soft area under your chin to the bottom of your ear.

  9. Neck: Finally, it’s time to scrape from your jaw and earlobe down to the middle of your collarbone.

  10. The big sweep: Collect all the lymph you’ve moved to the side of the face and dump it to your lymphatic drainage. Sweep from the center of your forehead right under your hairline, down to your temple, down to your ear until you reach your neck and terminus area. Do several times for a clean sweep.

  11. Now do the other side.