What is Gua Sha People Are Talking About?
Gua sha is a traditional Chinese healing technique where a special jade or quartz tool with round, smooth edges is scraped across the skin. It is meant to expand or burst blood vessels, and, depending on how much pressure is applied, cause tiny, red spots called petechiae. These spots are only temporary, lasting between a few hours to a few days. Gua sha was originally used on the body, such as the arms, legs, and back, but it is now commonly used to improve the facial appearance.
Eliminates Puffiness and Dark Circles, Leaves Skin Supple, Help Skincare Products Absorb Better, Relaxes Facial Muscles, Tightens the Oval of The Face, Lymphatic Drainage Effects, Increases Circulation, Relieves Tension, Balances Energy
Important: Because gua sha expands or bursts blood vessels, it is not recommended for those who are taking blood thinners.