After experiencing the Jade Gua Sha tool during my cosmetic acupuncture treatments in Geelong, I had to stock it at Natural Supply Co!
The best Gua Shas are made from jade. In fact, jade Gua Shas have been used for thousands of years in China, favoured by the rich and powerful women throughout the Dynasties.
In ancient China, Jade was more expensive than gold. Because they were so rare and valuable, Jade Gua Sha were kept in silk lined boxes. These boxes also protected them. White Lotus keeps these ancient traditions alive by using only the highest grade of jade, and making sure they are always stored in silk for total protection.
Each Gua Sha is hand carved, and then quality checked for the smoothest possible finish. All of our Gua Sha come with our logo imprinted as a guarantee of its quality.
Once you get a White Lotus Gua Sha, you will:
- Increase blood circulation and stimulate acupressure points
- Refresh your skin. The consistent coolness of jade will close your pores, helping to make your skin feel tighter and more attractive
- Revitalise your face and neck. It helps to eliminate tired looking skin, reduce sagging and refresh the skin below the eyes; one of the first signs of looking older
Although they are often described as a scraping tool, the Jade Gua Sha is much more than that. Jade was traditionally used on the face to eliminate the signs of ageing. With a little practice, it can be used to tone and lift the skin on the face, smooth bags and lines under the eyes, and stimulate a variety of acupressure points to improve the appearance and reduce pain if you have any.
Every Gua Sha comes with complete instructions on how to use it to get the best results. Originally designed for therapists, the Jade Gua Shas is strong enough to endure intensive salon use, making them last even longer for home use.
Once you try a White Lotus Gua Sha, you’ll swear by it!
Gua Sha increases Microcirculation by 400%(Nielsen A, et al. (2007). The effect of Gua Sha treatment on the microcirculation of surface tissue: a pilot study in healthy subjects. Explore (NY). Sep-Oct;3(5):456-66.)