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detoxifies, calms & refines pores
There’s a reason the Gua Sha is as popular now as it was when it was first created for ancient Chinese medicine – it works wonders for boosting skin’s radiance and sculpting features.
The Aceology® Rose quartz Gua Sha Facial Massager is hand made from ethically sourced stone which enhances your mask routine by firming and smoothing skin, leaving you feeling lifted and glowy after every use.
Explore the different massages with the Gua Sha below.
The different massages help to minimize oil production, unclogging pores, preventing future breakouts and even lightening acne scars.
Stimulates blood circulation which oxygenates, plumps, de-puffs and smoothes skin. The ergonomically designed edges allow product to better absorb into the skin. Magic!
The Gua Sha helps to renew skin while soothing sinus pain, headaches and relaxing muscle tension. The lymphatic drainage massage speeds up the removal of nasty toxins and waste in the blood.
Regularly using the Gua Sha lifting massage helps to firm and reduce fine lines and tighten skin while unclogging and refining pores.
The Gua Sha massage has been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years as a technique for improving the health of skin tissue and muscles and can transform the way you look and feel. This relaxing massage is said to address stagnant energy or ‘chi’ in the body and natural rose quartz –a crystal with calming properties– aids in meditation and reducing stress.
Your Gua Sha will work most effectively with product already on your skin, this is why we recommend using our tools after removing one of the face masks from the Aceology Infusion Gel or Modeling Mask collections. Starting at the neck, massage the Gua Sha in a series of specific strokes upwards and outwards to help detoxify skin and increase circulation; restoring bounce and even reducing future breakouts.
Using the notched edge, along the spine.
Using the curved edge, glide along chest and neck.
Using the notched edge again, glide up the throat.
Using the notched edge, follow the angle of your jaw.
Using the curved edge, glide from the nose to ear .
Using one of the notch sides, use a light stroke under the eye, upward and out towards hairline.
Using the notched edge follow the brow bone.
Using the concave edge, glide upwards on forehead.
"My mum loves it, the fine lines on her forehead are less prominent and it totally loosens the stiff muscles around my tense jaws. 10/10 would buy again for another loved one!"