Rose Quartz Gua Sha Crystal Beauty Tool
Gua Sha is an ancient beauty technique based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. It was used by emperors and empresses to bring youth and vitality to the skin, but it also has therapeutic benefits as well.
Smoother, more radiant skin.
Tightens and firms.
May help to reduce chronic pain and release tight muscles of the face and jaw.
Increased circulation and reduced inflammation.
May also help reduce neck pain.
Workout: Use your Skin Gym gua sha tool over clean skin daily for 3 minutes -5 minutes daily for radiant skin. Repeat each exercise below at least 5x per workout and do each side of the face separately for maximum benefit.
Pro Tip: Apply serum or oil to give your skin a little lubrication for massage.
Jawline and Chin: Glide your Skin Gym gua sha tool upwards from the center of the chin out to the earlobe to contour the jaw
Forehead: Start at the center of the forehead and divide your forehead into three section and glide your tool outwards. Scrape once, then move down a bit and scrape again.
Cheek: Start at the nose and work upwards in a swooping motion along the cheeks & cheekbones, moving outwards toward your ears. Scrape once, then move down a bit and scrape again, move down a bit more to the center of the chin and scrape again. (You will appear blushed aka red- this is great because it means its working).
Under-Eye: Start in the inner corner of the eye, and glide outwards to the temple to send your eye-bags packing (Be SUPER delicate in the area around your eyes)
Brows: Glide upwards along the brow bone - going from the inside out.
Lips: Glide over your lips back & forth 5-7 times for plumped pout
Neck: Section your neck into 4 areas and scrape each section from the bottom up - 5 strokes per section.
Note: Your Skin Gym gua sha should be used with light pressure on the face to prevent bruising on the face.
Regular massaging with the gua sha tool will help to drain puffiness and unwanted toxins, contour the face and help smooth out fine lines.
The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are in no way intended to heal, prevent or treat any illness. Please consult your doctor if you are seeking medical advice.