How To Use A Gua Sha

We love our new Restorative Injectables gua sha tool. Benefits include: tension relief, decreases puffiness, and brightens complexion.
How To Use A Gua Sha

We love our new Restorative Injectables gua sha tool. Benefits include: tension relief, decreases puffiness, and brightens complexion,

Use your gua sha tool over clean skin daily for 3-5 minutes daily for radiant skin. Apply serum or oil to give your skin a little moisture.

Jawline and Chin: Glide your 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.

Under-Eye: Start in the inner corner of the eye, and glide outwards to the temple.

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 gua sha should be used with light pressure on the face.

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