This 700+ year old practice has roots in traditional Chinese medicine, and has been used both as a type of family folk medicine as well as in clinical practice by licensed acupuncturists and in Chinese-style bodywork.
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Step 1:Using a hydrosol or mist, spritz face after cleansing throughly.
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After cleansing, this primes the skin to absorb facial oil. An initial step in activating your skin and prepping for your gua sha massage.
Add a facial oil to promote glide while performing gua sha.
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This powerful facial oil boosts circulation and tones the skin.
Step 3:Using the comb edge, glide up the back of your neck and down the sides of your neck; then along your jawline.
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Release facial tension and increase circulation through the skin tissues with linear motions.
Step 4:Using the crescent edge, follow the curve of your face and glide tool up and out.