Want A Natural Face Lift? Here’s the Beauty Benefits of Gua Sha Want A Natural Face Lift? Here’s the Beauty Benefits of Gua Sha

Want A Natural Face Lift? Here’s the Beauty Benefits of Gua Sha

Want A Natural Face Lift? Here’s the Beauty Benefits of Gua Sha Want A Natural Face Lift? Here’s the Beauty Benefits of Gua Sha

Use Gua Sha To Give Your Face An Instant Lift

Face-lift has always been one of the top desired techniques, especially for women. But tools like jade roller and Gua sha were not insight in the past years. These are the ancient tools that were reintroduced to us by the latest digital times. Although being very famous, most of us are still not very sure about the effectiveness of these face lifting tools. So, in today’s read, we will learn how these tools are used and try to comprehend the benefits these face-lifting tools can provide.


What Is Jade Rolling & Gua Sha?

The Gua sha is a traditional Chinese tool that people have been benefited from for thousands of years now. Gua sha has proven to provide benefits like facial massage, lymphatic drainage, and face contouring. Back then in 7th Century China and even today, the Gua sha was made from jade or bone, quartz, or materials having a cooling and smoothening effect on the skin.

These simple-looking tools like jade rollers are the modern version of Gua sha help provide several cosmetic benefits, including reducing puffiness around the eyes, releasing facial tension, and improving lymphatic flow. Making things easier, lymphatic flow means the drainage of extra fluids from facial areas by simple massaging techniques.

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Does Gua Sha Work?

The answer is yes! Gua sha works well. It has proven to deliver results like reducing inflammation and redness by enhancing lymphatic drainage that helps the skin heal naturally. Some even call it a new natural Botox. But as we always promote truth and practicality, we may not exaggerate the benefits of Gua sha to be 100% equivalent to Botox. Having said that we can also not completely ignore the miraculous results Gua sha has produced in so many users. It relieves jawline tension, reduces fine lines and other signs of aging. Unlike the artificial face-lifting methods, Gua sha naturally heals your skin to heal and look rejuvenated.

While coming to modern times, jade rollers are the modern devices inspired from the old Gua sha used for face lifting effects. These rollers are not only easily accessible but very easy to use as well. With the help of some basic knowledge and a little practice, you can use these rollers right away. Jade rollers can be simply used by rolling in the areas you want to massage without any special technique. While Gua sha requires some learning before using. But gua sha also gives more intense results than jade roller. So for your ease, we have listed down some simple steps that will help you use this tool at home. So let’s get started!


Prepare Your Skin to Use Gua Sha At Home

To make your skin smooth and ready for the soothing experience of a Gua sha, applying Face Oil is the step to begin with. Simply take an adequate amount of your favorite facial oil in your palm, rub it between your hands to warm it a bit, and nicely apply it on your face and neck.

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How To Use Your Gua Sha & Jade Roller

No need to worry about your next parlor appointment. You can get a natural facelifting experience all on your own by following these simple steps:

For The Neck

Our neck is the most affected part when coming office or family stress. Gua sha helps you release all your neck strains in a few minutes. Simply place the gua sha or jade roller at an angle on the bottom of your neck and slowly move towards your face. Next, place the gua sha close to your ear and slowly move down the neck. In this way by enhancing blood flow and lymphatic drainage, you can massage your neck.

For The Jawline

Similar to the neck massage, you can massage your jawline as well. You just have to glide the gua sha along the jawline. This not only releases tension but also enhances your jawline. Using gua sha on the jawline might be a little tricky but not to worry. You just have to glide up from the bottom of your jawline towards the cheekbone by using the wider part of the Gua sha. Repeating the process even for less than a minute will make you feel relaxed and comfortable. 

For Puffy Eyes

Along with other facial parts, Gua sha is very effective against puffiness around the eyes as well. You need to gently glide the tool across the undereye area and take it to the temple and even to the hairline. Repeat the process a few times until you find your eyes to be easy and relaxed. For added effectiveness, you may also cool the gua sha or roller.

For The Forehead

You need to glide the narrow part of gua sha from your eyebrows to your hairline. You can adjust the pressure according to your comfort. Repeating the process a few times will release all your tensions and make you feel relaxed.

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