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Bradley Beauty

Serpentine Gua Sha


One Size

What it is:

Genuine serpentine stone gua sha tools to release tension in the face, neck and body.

Bradley Beauty's Serpentine Gua Sha tools are manual facial and body massage tools with incredible benefits:

  • Increases blood circulation for collagen boosting benefits
  • Helps drain the Lymphatic System to detoxify the body
  • Reduces inflammation and puffiness
  • Helps relieve muscle tension
  • Sculpts the facial contours

How it works:

For centuries, the Chinese Gua Sha massage technique has been used to relieve muscle tension and detoxify the body. Not all gua sha stones are created equal. There are many unique shapes designed for specific parts of the face and body. These serpentine tools feature a convex (inward) curve, concave (outward) curve, a pointed corner, and either a scalloped edge or a wave edge. Each edge is designed to gently massage the muscle and sculpt the fascia (the connective tissue surrounding all organs). Because massage increases blood circulation, it also increases collagen and elastin production in skin, giving the appearance of fuller and more youthful skin. Massage also helps drain toxins out of the lymphatic system and the body, reducing inflammation in the process. The gua sha massage technique can be a meditative self care routine and often helps prepare the mind and body for sleep. The result is radiant, healthy looking skin wherever you massage.

How to use:

Best used at night as the last step of your skin care routine. Use on clean skin with a small amount of facial oil. Begin by holding the gua sha tool at a 45° angle to skin. With light pressure, gently massage the contours of the face using upward and outward strokes. Using the convex (outward) curve, massage the neck, cheek contours and the body. Using the concave (inward) curve, massage the neck, chin/ jawline, cheek contours, under-eye area, brow contours, forehead and temples. Be very gentle around the under-eye area and do not use too much pressure. For the small areas around the eyes, nose and ears, the pointed end of the gua sha may be used. Be careful around these areas and do not apply too much pressure.

Scalloped Style: Using the scalloped edge, massage the back of the neck, chest and shoulders.

Wave Style: Using the wave edge, massage the chin/jawline and brow contours.

Wash with soap and warm water before and after each use. *Redness will occur when using this tool. It is completely normal and will subside.

Heather's tip:

This is an easy way to release tension in the face and body. I love to use this tool to massage sore arms, hands and all over the body. Just make sure to use enough oil to give your tool some slip.


Serpentine stone. *Please note that each stone is unique and may feature different striated patterns and colors.

Made in China.

Warning: Do not use if you bleed easily, have deep vein thrombosis, bruise easily, or have an active wound or skin condition. For external use only. Use as directed. Keep away from children and animals.