Gua Sha Set
1 X heart-shaped Gua Sha rose quartz stone
1 x 10 ml Naturally Balanced Facial Oil
1 x Qcode on – How to use your Stone
1 x Gift Box
Using Gua Sha with facial oil can be a relaxing and rejuvenating self-care ritual. Gua
Sha is a traditional Chinese skincare technique that involves using a smooth, flat tool
to gently massage and scrape the skin. When combined with Naturally Balanced
Facial oil, it may help improve blood circulation, reduce muscle tension, feed your
skin from the outside in, and promote lymphatic drainage.
Here's a step-by-step guide on how to use Gua Sha with facial oil:
1. Gua Sha tool
2. Naturally Balanced Facial Oil
3. A clean towel or cloth
4. A clean face
Step 1: Prepare your skin Ensure your face is clean and free from makeup. You
may want to wash your face with a gentle cleanser and pat it dry with a clean towel.
Step 2: Apply facial oil Dispense a few drops of Naturally Balanced Facial oil onto
your fingertips. Gently warm the oil between your hands, and then apply it to your
face and neck. Make sure to distribute the oil evenly over your skin. The facial oil
provides lubrication, making it easier for the Gua Sha tool to glide smoothly.
Step 3: Your Gua Sha tool Hold the Gua Sha tool on its longest side, the tool
typically has a smooth edge for scraping and a variety of curves and angles for
different parts of your face. Hold the tool comfortably in your hand.
Step 4: Start the Gua Sha massage Begin with your neck and move upwards to
your face. Use gentle but firm pressure while keeping the tool at a slight angle to
your skin. Start at the centre and move outward. You can use the following
techniques on various areas of your face:
a. Neck: Use upward strokes from the base of your neck to your jawline.
b. Jawline: Start at the chin and move outwards along the jawline.
c. Cheekbones: Begin at the nose and move outwards along the cheekbones.
d. Under the eyes: Use light and gentle strokes from the inner corner to the outer
e. Forehead: Start in the center and move outwards and upwards towards the
f. Brows: Use short strokes along the brow bone.
g. Nose: Gently scrape from the bridge of your nose outward.
h. Lips: Carefully work around the lips in small, upward strokes.
Step 5: Repeat and switch sides Perform each stroke on one side of your face and
then repeat on the other side. Always work in an upward and outward direction for a
Step 6: Focus on pressure points You can also use the Gua Sha tool to
apply slight pressure to acupressure points for relaxation and tension relief.
Common pressure points include the temples, under the cheekbones, and
at the base of the skull.
Step 7: Clean the Gua Sha tool After your Gua Sha session, clean the
tool with warm soapy water and a soft brush. Dry it thoroughly before
Remember to be gentle, avoid using excessive pressure, and adjust the
technique to your comfort. Consistency is key with Gua Sha, so make it a
part of your skincare routine for best results. It’s a great way to relax,
promote healthy circulation, and enhance your skin’s natural glow.