Create your own Coucou Home Spa and improve your overall skin appearance with our Coucou Gua Sha made from 100% natural Rose Quartz. Because of its shape and the scraping-technique, this tool provides a deep facial massage that lifts and sculpts your facial muscles. Perfect if your face muscles are feeling tense or stressed! The origins of Gua Sha lie in Traditional Chinese Medicine where stones were used to rub parts of the body to help alleviate symptoms of disease. The Rose Quartz crystal is commonly referred to as the love-stone: it heals and attracts self-love and love for others, raises self-esteem, and restores confidence.
Deep facial massage
Depuff and relieve tension in face
Lift and sculpt face and neck
Boost blood circulation
Stimulate lymphatic drainage
Stimulate collagen production
Reduce fine lines
Get that natural glow
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100% Rose Quartz *Tested by the Gem Lab - The Netherlands. Certificates available.
Dimensions: approx. 5.5cm*8.2cm.
What is the difference between the Xiuyan Jade and Rose Quartz Gua Sha?
There are differences related to the type of material, stone (XiuyanJade) vs. crystal (Rose Quartz and Amethyst). The difference between them can be found in their different energy fields from a holistic healing point of view. Jade is known to help relax the nervous system and eliminates toxins from the skin. It is also believed to balance the body & mind connection and dispel bad energy. The Rose Quartz crystal is commonly referred to as the love-stone: it heals and attracts self-love and love for others, raises self-esteem and restores confidence. On top of that ancient Egyptians trusted Rose Quartz to have anti-aging properties.
NB: Due to natural variations in the stones and crystals, every Coucou Gua Sha is unique in pattern and colour and the actual product may vary from the picture shown here.
Always cleanse your face first! Advice: Apply serum, oil or moisturizer before using this tool. Repeat every stroke for 5-10 times on both sides of your face. Tip: End each stroke with a little wiggle to help move lymph. Comes with step by step instruction card.
Forehead: Use the flat side. Start by making smooth strokes from the middle of your eyebrows up to your hairline. Follow with strokes from the center of the forehead outwards towards your temple.
Brows: Use curved side. Gently stroke the area below your eyebrow and above your eyes moving outwards. Stay on the bone of the brow.
Eyes: Use flat side. Slowly and very gently stroke your under-eye area moving outwards and up towards your temple.
Cheeks & Cheekbone: Use flat side. Start from the center of your face and stroke, applying reasonable pressure, outwards towards your ear. Use curved side: To work your cheekbone.
Jawline: Use curved side. Start from the center of your chin and work your way up on your jawline towards your earlobe.
Neck: Use arched side. Gently stroke from your jawline down to the middle of your collarbone. Avoid contact with sensitive areas such as the middle of the throat.