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Relieve tension and boost circulation in your face with this facial massage tool inspired by the anti-inflammatory and soothing benefits of hibiscus white tea. This tool promotes the firming and smoothing of the skin, leaving your face toned and radiant after use.

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

- Rose Quartz Gua Sha

- Reusable Travel Canvas Pouch

- Tea Tube Inspired Protective Packaging

 

HOW TO USE:

Hold the gua sha to your face and gently glide it up and out. It can be used on areas such as your neck, jawline, cheek, brow area, and more. When using, be gentle but firm with your motion. Refer to the graphic for additional information.

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Inspired By Hibiscus White Tea

Our Gua Sha is inspired by hibiscus white tea because it works quite like the benefits of this tropical flower. Like the antioxidants and vitamin C in hibiscus, our product is useful in calming inflamed skin, reducing fine lines, and giving a natural lift to tired skin.

Made With Rose Quartz

Rose quartz, the stone of universal love, is known for its healing properties including reducing high blood pressure, clarifying the skin, and increasing blood circulation.

Skin Nutrition Facts

Just like how tea has lots of nutrients for your body, our facial tools also have nutritional benefits for your skin.

One Gua Sha provides you with 100% of the daily value for Tension Relief, Natural Facelift, Glowing Skin, Relaxation, and Contour.

Sustainable

Our facial tools are packaged in paper tubes made of post-consumer recycled materials which have already served their original purpose. Rather than taking up space in a landfill or harvesting virgin materials, post-consumer materials give purpose to recycled materials and help contribute to the closed-loop recycling process.

Why soy ink?

The ink used on our facial tools packaging is soy-based, meaning it is derived from soy plants rather than from petroleum. Unlike the compounds in petroleum-based ink, soy ink does not include any heavy metals that can pollute water and soil when left in a landfill.

HOW TO USE

Jawline

Beginning at the center of the chin, glide the gua sha tool’s ridge in an upward and outward motion toward the ear following the jawline. As you reach just below the ear, press firmly into the skin with a wiggle motion.

Cheek

Using the long edge of the gua sha tool, begin at the nose and work upward and outward following the cheek bone structure towards the hairline.

Eye Area

Using the pointed edge of the tool, begin in the inner corner of the eye and swoop outwards toward the temple and hairline. Be very gentle in this area.

Brows

Using the ridge, begin above the nose and work outward along the browline, so that each half of the “heart” is above and below the brow. Work until you reach the hairline. Be gentle in this area.

Neck

Using the ridge edge of the gua sha, begin at the collarbone and work upwards until you reach the jawline. Repeat this process until you reach the opposing side. When using the gua sha over your throat, be gentle.

Forehead

Beginning above the brow, use the long edge of the tool and work upward, pressing firmly until you reach the hairline. Repeat this process above the other brow, and then on the space between.

Jawline

Beginning at the center of the chin, glide the gua sha tool’s ridge in an upward and outward motion toward the ear following the jawline. As you reach just below the ear, press firmly into the skin with a wiggle motion.

Cheek

Using the long edge of the gua sha tool, begin at the nose and work upward and outward following the cheek bone structure towards the hairline.

Eye Area

Using the pointed edge of the tool, begin in the inner corner of the eye and swoop outwards toward the temple and hairline. Be very gentle in this area.

Brows

Using the ridge, begin above the nose and work outward along the browline, so that each half of the “heart” is above and below the brow. Work until you reach the hairline. Be gentle in this area.

Neck

Using the ridge edge of the gua sha, begin at the collarbone and work upwards until you reach the jawline. Repeat this process until you reach the opposing side. When using the gua sha over your throat, be gentle.

Forehead

Beginning above the brow, use the long edge of the tool and work upward, pressing firmly until you reach the hairline. Repeat this process above the other brow, and then on the space between.

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