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Gua Sha - tiger’s eye pro series

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Celebrate Yourself & the skin you are in đź–¤
with our pro-series Tiger's Eye Gua Sha

The Gua Sha is a great addition to your daily beauty rituals. 
Gua sha is a traditional East Asian and Chinese technique used to invite well-being, and circulation, and remove stagnant toxin build-up in the body. This face-sculpting tool is used to improve the skin's firmness and enhance the performance of facial oils/serums absorption while stimulating collagen production for firmer skin. Improve energy flow, support circulation and lymphatic drainage, lift, plump, and sculpt, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The perfect daily ritual choice.

Key Benefits?

  • Nourishes and restores skin
  • Supports circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Our choice of Tiger's Eye stone

Tigers Eye is a member of the Chalcedony mineral class family. It has a silky luster and opaque transparency. Tiger’s Eye is commonly a metamorphic rock that comes in shades of reddish-brown with iron stripes. The meaning of Tigers Eye is self-confidence and inner strength.

Nicknamed The Shapeshifter, the earthly rich and curious gemstone of Tiger’s Eye invites the wearer to embrace their inner strength, and personal willpower, and to call on the powers of protection. Colored with golden bands, flecks of sand, and smudges of inky black and brown – there’s no disputing the wild force and energy that can be found in this stone.

For best results

*We recommend using one of our oil-based serums to begin with, or our cleansing oil. This will aid absorption and enhance the effects of your serum or oil.

***You will receive the Gua Sha Sequence Ritual Postcard with each order.

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    Note: Expect natural variations in the stones. Each Gua Sha will be unique in colour and pattern. The smoothness of the edges is the primary function of the Gua Sha we inspect each stone to ensure the edge is not rough or sharp. It is normal for natural indentations to be present which are characteristic of natural crystal stone and do not adversely affect its use or performance.  


    Key tips to make the most of your practice:

    *We recommend using one of our oil-based serums to begin with, or our cleansing oil. This will aid absorption and enhance the effects of your serum or oil.

    + I suggest sweeping each area a minimum of three times. For a longer practice, sweep up to 10 times.

    + Keep your tool almost flat to your skin (about 15 degrees) rather than having the edge of the tool at 90 degrees to your skin.

    + When your tool starts to drag or pull on your skin, add a little more oil for better slip.

    + Have fun experimenting with which side and shape of the tool best fit your face.


    Do not do gua sha on fresh botox. Talk to the provider who injected it to find out how soon you can safely implement facial massage.

    Do not do gua sha on top of injected fillers in the face.


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