Our LOVE GUA SHA isn’t just a pretty face, it’s beauty tool that can be used on the face and neck. What makes our Love Gua Sha different from the others? Well, beside that fact that it’s full of love, it also is a bit thicker and its differing edges and creases provide their own unique facial experience. Plus, she looks pretty darn cute in your bathroom or on your side table! This beauty tool is a lovely device for spending some time massaging tired muscles on the face, assisting with penetration of skincare products through facial massage into the skin, whilst promoting circulation through gentle massage.
Your face sculpting tool is not just a modern day tool for skincare application, it has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine to promote skin health. Our Gua Sha is about self-care and wellness as much as it is about its kindness to the skin.
Our Love Gua Sha- Face Sculpting Tool should be handled with care. Dropping the tool from even a small distance can cause it to crack, break or become damaged. Due to the natural nature of this Brazilian sourced Rose Quartz, no two pieces are the same; small imperfections in the stone are part of its natural beauty and testament to its heritage.
Rose Quartz is the stone of universal love and is known for helping promote self-love and opening the heart to friendship, inner healing and harmony. Made from Grade A Brazilian Rose Quartz stone.
Apply our face oil or serum to your clean and dry face, neck and décolletage. Using light pressure, massage across the face and neck using the below technique for at least one minute (3-5 minutes is ideal).
Jawline: gently sweep from the chin along the jawline in an upward motion towards the ears.
Neck: gently press at the base of the neck above collar bone and move Gua Sha in an upwards motion towards the jaw.
Cheeks: gently press from the centre of the face and work outwards towards the ears (be careful and extremely gentle near the eye area).
Brows: gently sweep across the brow line starting from the centre and working outwards.
Forehead: gently sweep in an upward motion towards hairline.
We always recommend being gentle and using light pressure to avoid any bruising on the face.