Gua Sha has been practiced in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Perfected over the centuries, this treatment has a beautifying and firming effect on the skin. It is used once or twice a week to gently exfoliate the skin, in addition to our jade facial rollers. Our Jade Gua Sha is made from natural gemstones... read more >
Firms - Sculpts - Purifies - Detoxifies
Type of skin
Suitable for all skin types
Chance - Opportunity
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Genuine semi-precious stone
For our gua sha, we thought of everything
Fine stone 100% natural
Fine stone 100% natural Our stones contain no harmful substances and have not undergone any treatment: chemical, resinous, colorimetric, surface (layers), etc. They are simply cut and polished with water.
Ethical and responsible sourcing
Ethical and responsible sourcing Our stones are ethically sourced: we respect a rigorous process in the choice of our stones (place of extraction, quality, purity, etc.) and of our partners.
Ergonomic shape Shape specially designed to follow the lines and areas of the face to perfectly firm and lift the features.
Authenticating gold engraving
Authentic golden engraving All our gua sha are engraved with an elegant golden hallmark "JR" to guarantee their authenticity.
Slackening of the faceDullness, imperfections, dull complexion? Jade gua sha, a precious ancestral care tool for facial massage, has multiple benefits to detoxify, reduce wrinkles, dark circles, double chin and this in a completely natural way.
The Jade Gua Sha : the beauty tool to firm up the skin
What is gua sha jade?
The jade gua sha is a deep massage tool made of semi-precious stone. Used in the past by Chinese women to preserve a smooth and healthy skin, it stimulates the blood circulation in depth, allowing the skin cells to regenerate. Its shape is specially designed to follow the lines of the face, allowing to firm and lift the features. The skin is smoothed, the complexion is instantly more rosy and luminous, for a natural healthy glow and detoxified skin.
What types of skin can jade gua sha be used for?
All our gua sha have the benefits of sculpting the features, firming and toning the skin, illuminating the complexion and making the treatments penetrate.
According to lithotherapy, all stones have an affinity with skin types or needs of the moment. The jade collection is recommended for combination to oily skin, with imperfections, in search of detox and purification. This stone is known for its refreshing and purifying benefits for the skin.
This stone symbolizes luck and self-confidence.
Each jade gua sha is unique
Our jade gua sha are handcrafted in a 100% natural semi-precious stone. According to the ancestral tradition, the stones are manually cut by our master craftsmen. Due to the natural formations of the stone, each gua sha is unique, its color may vary slightly from a water green to an emerald green. This is quite normal and does not alter its effects. A golden hallmark "JR" is inscribed on all our gua sha to authenticate them.
Because it is made of natural stone, the gua sha jade remains cool in contact with the skin and helps to tighten and smooth the skin texture. In lithotherapy, it symbolizes luck and opportunities. The gua sha jade has multiple benefits:
Improves blood circulation
Deflates and reduces skin inflammation
Tones and smoothes the skin over time
Firms the oval of the face
Releases tension in the jaw
Facilitates the absorption of serums, oils and moisturizers
For best results, we recommend using it 2 to 3 times a week (or more if you feel the need) on clean skin. Similar to a purge, massaging the face with the gua sha will allow the skin to be purified from within.
The ritual with the gua sha jade:
Start with a clean face and skin prepared with a few drops of the Plumping Gel Serum and oil your skin with a small amount of the Regenerating Face Balm to provide your face with the essential active ingredients and make it easier for your gua sha to glide on during the massage.
Keep the Gua Sha flat against the face and start with the forehead. Move with gentle but firm pressure from the eyebrows to the hairline.
Continue through the cheeks and glide in an outward motion from the crease of the nose to the ear.
Move to the jaw using the tip of the Jade Gua Sha with the heart hollow. Start at the chin and work your way up to the ear.
Gently massage the tips of the Gua Sha under the ear to release tension.
For the eye area, gently move the Gua Sha from the inner corner of the eye to the temple. Since the area is very sensitive, it is important to apply light pressure.
Finish with the neck with upward movements to lift and upward movements to finish the lymphatic drainage and eliminate toxins.
During and after the massage, your facial skin may become red. This is normal and is the result of the activation of the blood circulation and shows that you have done your massage correctly with the gua sha. However, the repeated movements should remain relatively gentle so as not to irritate the skin.
NB: For optimal results, each movement should be repeated 3 to 5 times per facial area.
Tip #1: Use the right skin care products
Boost the effectiveness of your skin care products! Before the facial massage, apply a few drops of our Plumping Gel Serum and a little of our Regenerating Face Balm to help the jade gua sha glide on and the skin care products penetrate.
Tip #2: Enhance the decongesting effect
You can put your jade gua sha in your refrigerator before using it for an extra cooling and decongesting effect. For more hygiene, you can store it in our gua sha case.
Tip #3: For more results
Use jade gua sha in conjunction with one of our facial rollers and customized facials to enhance your skincare routine in a natural way.
Hello, I don't know what to choose between the Roller or the gua sha: I need something that reduces imperfections, for acne-prone skin, for a more even skin etc.
Thank you so much!Maeva requested on Monday 21 February 2022
Hello Maeva, the Roller will be used to relax the muscles of the face, facilitate the circulation of lymph and reduce dark circles while the Gua Sha will have a lifting and sculpting action. You can combine the two. Have a nice day, Mei de Jade Roller
Mei replied on Wednesday 23 February 2022
Hello, should we wash it before each use? If so with soap and water?Barroso requested on Thursday 10 February 2022
Hi Lisa, we recommend washing the tools with soapy water after each use. Nice day, Mei from Jade Roller
Mei replied on Friday 11 February 2022
Can you tell me if the jade facial rollers as well as the gua sha are sold in a box set? Also, do you sell a boxed set containing a Jade role + a gua sha? Thank you for your answerJuju requested on Sunday 21 November 2021
Hello, our products are sold in a protective box. For the moment we don't make a box with Roller and Gua Sha but we will take note of this idea. Have a nice day, Mei de Jade Roller
Mei replied on Monday 22 November 2021
Hi, I was wondering how we should clean our gua sha at the end of each session?Lukas asked on Saturday 16 October 2021
Hello, we recommend washing the tools with soapy water after each use. Have a nice day, Mei from Jade Roller
Mei replied on Monday 18 October 2021
Hello, I would like to know how many times I need to apply it on my face and how long I need to do it for. I see 2 times a week but if we do more? Thank you for your time.Forgez requested on Thursday 26 August 2021
Hello, we advise you to use it about 3 times on each area of your face. There is no contraindication to use your Gua Sha more than twice a week if your skin allows it. Have a nice day, Mei de Jade Roller
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