Stainless Facial Gua Sha Massage Tool
Receive a complementary travel size AnteAge Stem Cell Ampoule with your Gua Sha Massage Tool.
Utilizing this ancient Chinese massage technique, the Gua Sha massage tool is used for lymphatic drainage and fascia release. This facial massage tool creates circulation that not only delivers collagen, elastin, and plumping hyaluronic acid to your skin, but it also allows the facial fascia to return to a more relaxed, healthy state. We absolutely love this little tool for massaging sinus pressure within. the eye browns and under the eyes, as well as, the areas of cellulite on the body. This massage tool works optimally with hyaluronic acid gel or AnteAge Anti-Aging Ampoules. This tool is made of high-quality medical-grade stainless steel.
For Skin Types: All Skin Types
Apply smooth edges to the aqueous solution on the skin surface, press down, and then gently massage along the path of acupuncture meridians. Detailed massage techniques below:
Pairing Serums for Massage:
Anti-Aging Skin: AnteAge Anti-Aging Ampoule
Dull and Aging Skin: 24K Gold and Collagen Serum
Sensitive Skin: Spa de Esperanza Beta Glucan Serum
Acne Prone: Beta Glucan Serum
Active Acne: Hyaluronic Acid Serum
Dry Skin : Lipid Recovery Serum Ampoule
Specific Massage Tips:
- For the fascia tissue to release more quickly, it’s best to gua she massage when your clean skin is warm, such as after a shower, an exercise session, or time spent in a sauna. Avoid massaging too vigorously, as this is a relaxing massage tool, not meant to be overly torturous.
- For the eyes, start between the eyebrows. Place pressure with the blade side of the gua sha above the brow and and move it gently outward towards your temples. Repeat 4-6 times. Continue the same with your other eye brow. After you feel the tension in this area release, gentle apply the gua sha at the inner bottom of the eye a the start of the bridge of the nose. Gently press outward, over the orbital bone and towards the temples.
- For the forehead, start front he top of the eyebrows and gently press the gua sha in an upward movement towards the hairline. Continue in a pattern, massaging the entire forehead area. The last strokes should be a lymphatic stroke, starting from the center top on the forehead and gently pressing along the hairline, past the temples, and downward towards the jawline. Rotate your neck side to side after draining.