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  • Writer's pictureValerie Taylor

Gua Sha and Lymphatic Drainage

Updated: 2 days ago

Believe it or not, my 14 and 12 year old and their skin care routines, far surpasses any adult's I have ever seen. With that said, they have taught me a few things about the importance of lympathic drainage and a "snatched face" by using Gua Sha.


I found myself a cheap jade stone tool many months ago and have noticed an improvement in my skin on my face. Specifically the bags and sometimes discolored skin under my eyes and a great reduction in puffiness! I have also gained immense benefit from using an automated Gua Sha device which vibrates very gently to help drain the fluid as well! #Womenshealth #Fitness #womenempowerment #wellness #healthylifestyle #selfcare #beautyandwellness



Jade Stone Tool
Gua Sha


As soon as I wake up, I rub a little castor oil (another favorite of mine) on my face, and use the tool in light upward motions under my eyes, on my cheekbone and on my jaw line. I do even notice a benefit in which I don't feel as nasally when I do this in the morning! Which brings me to lympathic drainage.


I am someone who struggles with insufficient veins, and all the flying I do certainly does not help. With that said, I have found ways to drain my lymphatic system each morning and night to give myself some relief and comfort.


Disclaimer: The content provided here is solely for educational purposes and should not be considered a replacement for medical advice. Prior to utilizing any health treatments, including natural remedies, it is advisable to consult with your doctor. Additionally, inform your doctor if you have a significant medical condition or are currently taking any medications.



 

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