The Aceology Rose Quartz Gua Sha Facial Massager enhances your skincare routine through the magic of massage, leaving your face feeling lifted and smoother, and appearing radiant after every blissful use. This natural rose quartz beauty tool can be used as a post-facial skin booster or as an everyday self-care indulgence.
Not only can your Gua Sha tool be used as a luxurious finale to your at-home facial routine, it also encourages you to take time out to feel present and mindful. The gentle pressure from the Gua Sha’s curves feels super relaxing – it’s like having an on-call facial masseuse! You can also use your Gua Sha as part of your daily skincare routine, as it creates a more radiant, refreshed appearance. When you use your Gua Sha in a series of specific strokes upwards and outwards, the gliding movements help improve the appearance of your skin by restoring bounce and smoothing fine lines.
Since your Gua Sha works most effectively with products on your skin, we recommend using our tools after removing one of the face masks from the Aceology range. Each unique rose quartz stone is ethically sourced and handmade, so the natural coloring and pattern will vary between each Gua Sha – that’s part of what makes it so special.
Your Aceology Rose Quartz Gua Sha works most effectively after the removal of an Aceology mask. Keeping the tool flat against your face, massage the remaining mask serums into your skin.
Repeat each stroke slowly, 5 to 10 times. Use light to medium pressure except for your under-eye area, where the pressure should be very light.
Start on the neck
Using the notched edge, glide along the spine.
Using the curved edge, glide along chest and neck.
Using the notched edge, glide up the throat.
Move to the jawline
Using the notched edge, glide along the jawline.
Using the curved edge, glide from the nose to ear.
Using one of the notch sides, using a light stroke under the eye, glide upward and outward towards hairline.
Finish with the temples
Using the notched edge, glide along the brow bone.
Using the concave edge, glide upwards on the forehead.