Jade Comb: Face & Body Gua Sha
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This light-weight, easy to use design molds easily in your hand for use on the face, crown and body. The fence post-like ridges work to efficiently stimulate the energy points, un-tangle adhesions and create space by releasing stagnation and tension that attributes to multiple skin-related issues.
• Instantly firms and lifts
• Renew facial contours & reverse sagging skin
• Diminish dark circles & reduce puffiness
• Minimize the appearance of wrinkles (smoker & smile lines)
• Brightens & promotes radiant complexion
• Reduce dark spots, blemishes & other skin problems
Their are 2 types of Xiuyan jade with the lighter, more transparent green being a higher quality than the darker green types. The shades and colors vary slightly and are a true sign you are receiving real jade and not a colored imitation.
Cleanse face tools before and after each use with a mild soap and warm water. Keep in protective pouch to prevent damage and scratches.
Gua Sha Stones:
Avoid direct exposure, too strong light or heat because this can change the color of the stone.
Q: What oil do you recommend?
A: The Goddess Oil Is for more dry/normal skin, the Gentle is for all skin types.
Q: Is it safe to do Gua Sha everyday?
A: Yes! Absolutely. It’s safe to do twice a day. As long as you are drinking plenty of water afterwards.
Q: How often should I massage my face?
A: Safe to massage daily. But 2-3 days a week is enough.
Q: What Gua Sha do you recommend?
A: Take a look at my IGTV: GUIDE TO CHOOSING GUA SHA STONE
Q: What can I use to help get rid of fine lines?
A: I have several videos on my reels, IGTV, and Highlights. If you would like a 1-on-1 class I offer virtual Classes where I go more in depth to ensure proper use for best results.
Q: Can I do Facial Gua Sha / Reflexology while pregnant?
A: Yes, as long as you avoid the upper lip and top of shoulders.
Q: Can I do Facial Reflexology everyday?
A: Yes, but its suggested to take 7-14 days rest
Q: What age is it recommended to start doing Facial Gua Sha/Massages?
A: It's typically recommended to start in your late 20's. Listen to your body and do what feels good for you. It never too early or late to start!