How to Gua Sha

How to Gua Sha

Gua Sha: The Ancient Art Revitalised for Modern Radiance

Gua Sha, a time-honored practice rooted in Chinese tradition, has recently gained acclaim for its transformative effects on facial contours and overall skin vitality.

The Multifaceted Benefits of Gua Sha:

  • Enhances Circulation: The cornerstone of Gua Sha's efficacy lies in its ability to invigorate blood flow. This process not only detoxifies but also infuses the skin with oxygen and essential nutrients.

  • Minimises Puffiness: The gentle scraping action aids in lymphatic drainage, reducing facial puffiness and promoting a more youthful appearance.

  • Alleviates Inflammation: The anti-inflammatory properties of the technique can visibly reduce redness and skin irritation.

  • Sculpts Facial Muscles: The targeted strokes help to tone and tighten, offering a natural lift to the facial structure.

  • Illuminates Complexion: By stimulating microcirculation, Gua Sha can impart a radiant, healthy glow to your skin.

  • Relieves Muscle Tension: The practice is not just skin-deep; it also works to alleviate tension in the facial muscles, offering a sense of relaxation and well-being.

Daily Ritual for Lasting Results:

While occasional facials offer temporary benefits, incorporating Gua Sha into your daily or weekly routine can yield long-lasting results. For optimal effect, apply your preferred serum, oil, or moisturis

er before using the Gua Sha tool. This not only facilitates smoother gliding but also enhances product absorption.

The Elegance of Our Tool:

Our Gua Sha tools are meticulously crafted from 100% Jade, a stone celebrated for its balancing energy and harmonising properties. While Gua Sha stones can be made from various materials, we are particularly captivated by the grounding and purifying essence that Jade brings to your skincare ritual. We offer two distinct shapes to cater to your specific needs: the Classic, ideal for general facial treatment, and the Sculpt, uniquely designed to navigate the intricate contours of your face, particularly around the eyes, jawline, and cheekbones.

Step-by-Step Guide to Gua Sha:

1. Preparation:

Start with a clean face. Apply a face oil or serum to lubricate the skin. Make sure both your hands and the Gua Sha tool are clean.

2. Angle and Pressure:

Hold the Gua Sha tool at a 15-45 degree angle against your skin. Use light to moderate pressure.

3. Starting Point:

Begin at the neck and work your way up to the face. Use upward strokes, following the contours of your face.

4. Cheekbones and Jawline:

Use the longest side of the Gua Sha tool to massage the cheekbones. Start just above the mouth and to the side of the nose, dragging the tool upwards.

5. Forehead:

Move the tool in an upward motion starting from your eyebrows to the hairline.


You can practice this ritual daily or 2-3 times a week, depending on your skin's sensitivity.

Hydration and Breathing:

Stay hydrated and take deep breaths during the process for better results.

Remember, consistency is key for optimal results.

For a more detailed, step-by-step guide on how to maximise the benefits of this ancient practice, follow our specialised Gua Sha routine.

Follow our Sha routine here