Rose Quartz Spike Roller
Rose Quartz Spike Roller
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Rose Quartz Spike Roller

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A beautiful Rose Quartz Spike Roller Gua Sha stone for facial massage.

Comes in a cotton bag that can also be used for storage.

This is a CJB stone by Cecily Braden.

Benefits:

 

instantly firms and lifts
renew facial contours | reverse sagging skin
diminish dark circles | reduce puffiness
minimize appearance of wrinkles (smoker, mimic and smile lines)
brightens | promotes radiant complexion
reduce dark spots | blemishes and other skin problems

Recommendations:

All skin types

Note: Color varies due to natural stone characteristics.
Please note that due to genuine stone quality, characteristics may vary slightly from images.

Not a fan of Jade Rollers? We weren’t either until we discovered the “spikes” and were instantly inspired to meet the challenge of putting them to good use. What’s the difference? Simply, the benefits! And, as with all our jade stones, it’s about balancing the pressure with the movement to create a fundamental shifts within the tissue of your skin. The addition of “spikes” improve Qi circulation (a.k.a. your body’s electricity) by stimulating the meridian points and providing an effective “irrigation” of connective tissue, which is the key to healthy skin..

Rose Quartz Benefits

A stone of “unconditional love and infinite peace and promotes receptivity to beauty of all kinds.”  As a conductor of energy, it helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles, increase circulation and reduce puffiness when combined with specific facial massage techniques and varied pressure. Connected to the heart chakra, it releases unexpressed and deep-seeded emotions that become etched into our facial features as permanent creases. It’s a high vibrational stone amplifies the effects of other stones and “encourages self-forgiveness and acceptance, self-love, invoking self-trust and self-worth.*”

Pressure
Always work superficial to deep, support the skin, work with the muscles and remember, when it comes to the “spikes”…less is more. 

Light = lymphatic drainage (doesn’t have to be smooth to affect lymph)
Medium = iron out connective tissue & fascia (think fine lines & deep wrinkles)
Firm (not deep) = relieve tension and adhesions along bones, reduce appearance of scarring

Daily use improves elasticity, reduces inflammation and through increased micro-circulation and lymphatic flow, cleanses the tissue and helps keep the space around the cells pristine, so healthy skin can flourish.

Gua Sha is a Traditional Chinese Medicine technique. It loosely translates to scraping or rubbing toxic energy with the flow of blood to surface of skin. Using the specialized techniques enable the renewal of the lymph, activate circulation, minimize the appearance of wrinkles, and stimulate cell activity and the regeneration of the facial tissue for long-term results.

Using the Gua Sha stone as a home facial treatment you can:

-Provide relief from stress
-Improve your skin’s health
-Increases skin tone and circulation
-Encourages lymphatic drainage
-Renew facial contours and reverse sagging skin by firming and lifting
-Diminish dark circles and reduce puffiness
-Minimize appearance of wrinkles (smoker, mimic and smile lines)
-Brightens and promotes radiant complexion
-Reduce dark spots, blemishes and other skin problems

 

Here are some Gua Sha guidelines for a home care routine.

1. Use the right kind of facial oil to provide a slip/slide. Using the wrong oil or combo of products can cause product pilling, potential redness and may interfere with the calming effects. The B3 Rose Squalane is my chosen product for this - https://foxanddollshop.com/products/rose-squalane

2. Placement is important. For the basic Gua Sha stroke hold the stone between 15 to 45 degrees on the skin to maximize the contact between the tool and your skin. This positioning is the most efficient placement for moving lymph.

3. The neck is the connector to the face. Moving along the neck is equally as important as moving along the face.

4. Take your time. Move slow and steady. You want to move slowly and connect your breath with your movement.

5. Use a light pressure. To move the lymph efficiently a gentle pressure is ideal.

 

Allow 5-10 days for delivery

***Sign up for this special Gua Sha class on March 15th 2021 with emikooyoga.com


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