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CARNELIAN — Gua Sha Facial Massage Stone

$25.00 $35.00

Gua Sha: The ancient beauty tool for firm, toned and radiant skin, made with Carnelian, which promotes stability to the skin and restores vitality.


Carnelian stimulates circulation to the heart, promoting courage, positive life choices and dispelling apathy. Carnelian is useful for overcoming abuse of any kind.  It helps in trusting yourself and your perceptions.  It overcomes negative conditioning and encourages stability. Carnelian improves analytic abilities and clarifies perception, sharpens concentration and dispels mental lethargy.  Protects against envy, rage and resentment.  Calms anger, banishes emotional negativity and replaces it with a love of life.  Carnelian also boosts fertility and stimulates sexuality.

This stabilizing Carnelian Facial massage tool is designed to smooth over skin, reducing redness, facial swelling, under-eye bags and enlarged pores.

The unique “wing” shape of this stone features three distinct edges for different massage techniques: the outwardly curved edge helps sculpt and reduce puffiness in the jawline and cheekbones, the inwardly curved edge hits your natural facial shape to promote lymphatic drainage, and the scalloped edge provides gentle pressure and massage for all areas of the face and neck.

It’s naturally cool temperature helps to calm redness and hot flashes. Stimulates fascia and facial muscles to increase circulation. Promotes smooth and even complexion, increasing skin tone and overall complexion.

Usage Tips & Tricks: 

• Works great when you apply skincare products and moisturizer first, then use Gua Sha tool to infuse into skin using gentle massage strokes. 

• Begin in center of face and move outwards in a striping pattern with gentle but firm pressure, making sure to cover entire surface of the face. Massage from center of face outward towards cheeks, along cheekbones and jawline. Massage along forehead in upward strokes from the top of the nose to hairline. Massage along chin and jawline in upward strokes.

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