Facial Gua Sha is a ceremony with yourself.



At Self Ceremony we want you to fall in love with taking care of yourself.

Facial Gua Sha, or any self care ritual, when practiced as a ceremony becomes an experience that requires that you set time aside for yourself, a mindful pause, that not only grounds you in the present moment, but also paves the way to access your internal world.

It’s an experience from beginning to end, a reflection of what matters to you and the ways you want to take care of your needs. And by making these choices you are choosing your authentic self over and over, from a place of love, self-worth, nourishment and beauty.

If that isn't enough, after reading Facial Gua Sha biggest benefits you might want to give it a try:

+ Carries nutrient-rich and oxygenated blood (food for the cells) to the skin and tissues

+ Drains lymph fluid (which is often filled with toxins and waste) out of the cells to be cleansed

+ Eliminates or greatly reduces wrinkles

+ Treats and prevents sagging skin (lifts and tightens the skin)

+ Aids in eliminating dark circles around the eyes

+ Aids in breaking up and releasing the skin from dark spots and hyper-pigmentation

+ Brightens the complexion

+ Greatly speeds the healing time of breakouts and pimples, helping these skin issues overall

+ Has the ability to heal and relieve rosacea

+ Aids in product penetration

+ Treats TMJ disorder and migraine headaches

+ Can be an alternative to injections and face-lift surgery (when practiced on a regular basis)

Want to give it a try? Yup, we thought so.

Find your Rose Quartz Facial Gua Sha tool here, and with it get a printed copy of our How To Gua Sha at home, a step by step guide for beginners!


 Get the Gua Sha stone and Rose Quartz Roller with the Skin Kit: a complete skincare ceremony.





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