Skin Care is Self Care. Up-level your home spa skin care routine with a genuine Amazonite stone gua sha tool. Use with light or deep pressure to massage myofascial muscles to boost circulation, smooth fine lines, flush waste and decrease puffiness. Fish tail is a favorite for massaging jaw line and facial contours. It measures 4.33″ long and 1.38″ wide and makes a great deskside convenient for travel.
✔︎ Real Amazonite stone: The anti-anxiety medication of the crystal world, the Amazonite is a powerful heart chakra stone, helping to release toxic emotions. It calms the brain and nervous system and aids in maintaining optimum health.
✔︎ Go on, treat yourself: Use alone or with your favorite lotion. This Amazonite fish-shaped gua sha tool is cooling – pop it in the FRIDGE for inflammation and to depuff! Great size for travel.
✔︎ Great gift for friends and family! Teenagers, women, and even skin conscious men will enjoy this stone guasha tool! As a super cute and affordable gift, it will be sure to delight!
This guasha has a smooth edge and surface that will never scratch and hurt your skin. Please Note: Natural stone might vary in color. It is natural that there are variation and imperfections in the crystal.
How to use
Directions: Apply thin layer of serum, cream or facial oil to face and neck. Begin with your neck or clavicle and massage upwards with gentle pressure, applying even strokes to disperse product. The broad side of the fish-shape guasha is ideal for this area, Press and move slowly up your neck and to the base of your chin and along your jawline and your hairline in back. The tail of the fish-shape will help you get a deeper massage along the jawline and the spine of your neck in back. This soft massage gives your neck a stress-relieving massage, while also promoting circulation, which helps with pesky puffiness in your face.
Move onto your cheeks, chin and forehead. Using the broad side, massage outwards, away from the center of your face, towards your hairline, to really get your circulation going. Start on either side of your nose, pushing outwards as you massage. A light touch is key –some light pressure is okay, but avoid going too deep.
Now move onto the eyes, The tail of the fish-shape is great for the area above the bridge of your nose and the cheekbones. Use the rounded head of the guasha to work below the eyes. Since the skin under and above your eyes is extra delicate, you’ll want to use caution when treating these areas–no pressing too hard or rough movements!
Clean your fish-shape guasha. Wipe down your guasha with a soft, damp cloth or towel after each use and give it a deeper clean about once a week by gently washing the guasha with soap water to remove any excess oils or serums that build upon the stone over time.