Start your morning routine off with our lightweight Facial Oil to nourish, reduce redness and hydrate. Concentrate it on spots that you need hydration. Then take your Gua Sha and glide the serum deeper into the skin, penetrating your product and prepping your skin for makeup.
Later, release the tension from your day. After cleansing, apply our oil and take the Gua Sha to the skin. Using a scraping motion, follow our 4 steps to promote your lymphatic drainage and release facial tension. Our one minute massage will help to reduce puffiness and add energy back into the skin. Follow by using along the neck and down the shoulders.
Hot Tip! Pop your Gua Sha in the fridge for an extra cooling/de-puffing result!
So, What is Lymphatic Drainage?
The lymphatic system is a major part of the body’s immune system. It is responsible for ridding the body of toxins through lymph fluid. When lymph fluid is built up under the skin it can cause tired, puffy looking skin. Many of these lymph vessels run just below the skin and dry brushing regularly can help stimulate flow, helping the body to detoxify itself naturally.
For Acne: When there is a lot of inflammation on the skin or under the skin’s surface - ie cystic acne - our lymph nodes swell. This happens because they are acting as a factory that produce and store white blood cells and immune cells that create a defence. Dry brushing will help move lymph along the channel and clear up any excess white blood cells and inflammation near the cystic lesions - helping them to shrink faster, and reduce pain.
The great news is that all our these tools will help promote and boost your lymphatic drainage which is a great helper in better skin health!
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