If you’re like us, trying out the next hair and beauty trend is a must. Today we look at the hype around jade rollers.
Although it can seem like jade rollers are being tossed around by every online influencer these days, the act of massaging with stones is actually derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine.
An ancient practice that focuses on scraping the body with dedicated, polished tools, Gua Sha can help encourage lymphatic drainage and boost circulation throughout the body.
When applied to the face, these same tools can help decrease puffiness and wake up the eyes after a good night’s sleep.
Interested in learning more? Here’s what you need to know about rolling before you dive in, and why we think it should be a part of your regular beauty routine.
Here are some of the tried and true benefits of rolling or ‘scraping’:
Able to be applied to both the face and body, Gua Sha encourages fluid to move through the body and aid in our natural detoxification processes. If this all sounds good and you’re interested in using beauty tools to help boost your overall health, look out for the following before buying anything in-store or online:
Wondering how often you should do this? Industry experts recommend committing to it in the morning to boost circulation and help decrease puffiness. If you have extra sensitive skin or are trying to heal an inflamed and irritated condition, we may recommend once per day (maximum) so you don’t further aggravate the skin.
If you’re looking to level up your beauty routine, Gua Sha can go a long way help to support the body’s natural detoxification systems, boost circulation, and bring about a healthy glow.
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