Black Obsidian Gua Sha
Midnight Paloma x Brunette the Label Black Obsidian Stone Gua Sha
The Self Care Club is a limited-edition collaboration between Brunette the Label & Midnight Paloma. This elegant black obsidian tool helps to firm and lift, making skin look plump and all-over healthier.
Series: Skin Tools
Benefit: Lymphatic Drainage
Using this Traditional Chinese Medicinal skincare tool nightly will reduce puffiness under the eyes and relieve facial tension. (It may also become your nightly addiction). Apply our Face Oil and follow our one-minute massage, helping skin to feel lifted and brighter. Follow our step-by-step guide for the ultimate results.
Pro Tip! Keep it in the fridge for a cooling effect. Use along the neck and down the shoulders for muscle release.
Made of black obsidan stone aka the cleansing stone. Use this to de-stress and build your self-care ritual. it has calming properties and aids meditation + inner relaxation
Tool Care: We recommend wiping your Gua Sha with a damp cloth after use
Boost Lymphatic Drainage
Release Muscle Tension
Skin Type: All
How Often: Every night
Step 1 - Start with forehead. Glide tool in upward motion from the eyebrows to hairline.
Step 2 - Next move to cheeks & glide in an outward motion from nose to ear.
Step 3 - Move to the under-eye area with light pressure glide from the inner corner under brow towards the temple. Repeat.Step 4 - Lastly, take tool on the jawline from the chin and glide up to the ear. Gently massage the tool at the end to help release any jaw tension.These tools are made of Rose Quartz Crystal and therefore are delicate. Please be careful when using, they can break if mishandled or dropped!
Pronounced Gwa Sa, this scraping tool is a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) healing modality that can be used for both body and face work. A tool we curated to use with our skincare, its origins trace back thousands of years. We honor the history behind it and we hope that everyone who finds the Midnight Paloma Gua Sha tool will appreciate the history and traditions behind this folk medicine practice too.