Sandra Lanshin Chiu is an acupuncturist, herbalist and expert in Facial Gua Sha and Chinese medicine based skincare. These expert-designed Gua Sha tools are designed to work with Sandra's widely popular video tutorial, Facial Gua Sha Self-Care.
Hand-crafted in top grade Xiu Yan Jade, this low-tech, high-touch tool is uniquely designed to stimulate multiple acupressure points on the scalp simultaneously to promote increased blood and qi (energy) flow to the scalp, both of which are necessary for healthy scalp and hair in Chinese medicine practice.
- Promotes increased blood and qi
- Healthy scalp and hair
- Suitable for all hair types
- Hand Crafted, expertly designed
- Measurements. L 3.5” x W 2.25”
Place the teeth on the scalp and wiggle small circles in one direction, then reverse with the same number of circles in the opposite direction. Stroking: Brush (stroke) one direction, then reverse. If you have fine or thinning hair, be extra gentle or opt for the other two techniques. Tapping: Just like it sounds — gently tap the teeth of your tool along the targeted area. To learn more in depth about how to use your Lanshin Scalp Stimulator, refer to the insert included with your tool. How to Clean: For at-home use, wash your Lanshin Gua Sha tool with hot, soapy water. If that’s not available, you can also use rubbing alcohol or an essential oil spray. Towel dry, then return it to your Lanshin pouch. Please note, your tool will become very slippery when wet/soapy and it may break if dropped in the sink or on another hard surface. We recommend placing a hand towel or washcloth in the sink basin to absorb the shock in case it’s dropped.
Handcrafted from authentic, top grade Xiuyan Jade. Notice Lanshin Gua Sha tools are handcrafted from authentic, natural stones that may feature inconsistencies or slight flaws. There may be variation in colour, pattern, veining, shine, texture, size, and shape. These are signs that their products are not chemically treated or mass produced. They are not defects and will not affect the function, use, or safety of the tool.