How to Use
Use from the middle of your eyebrows and up to your hairline.
Stroke from the centre of the forehead above your eyebrows out to your temples.
Use the curved part of your Gua Sha tool to scrape the space underneath your eyebrow and exceeding your eyes. Stay on the bone of the brow.
Under the eyes:
Gently and lightly stroke the area where your eye nags naturally appear. Begin from the side of your nose and go up to your temple. Envision moving the stagnant lymph from the middle of your face up to the temple and the way to the hairline.
Repeat the same sweeping motion for the cheek area. Go from the side of your nose, across your cheek, and up again to the middle of your ear.
Stroke from the middle of your face, below your lower lip and to the earlobe.
Stroke from the soft area below your chin to the base of your ear.
Lastly, it’s time to stroke from your jaw and the earlobe down to the middle of your collarbone.
The large sweep:
Gather all the lymph you’ve moved to the side of the face and get rid of it to your lymphatic drainage. Stroke from the centre of your forehead right below your hairline, down to your temple, down to your ear until you get to your neck and terminus area. Do several times for a clean sweep.
Note: If some parts of your skin suddenly turn red or even dark red, please don’t worry, It just proves that the scraper is working.