GUA SHA VS FACE ROLLER
What is the difference between using a Gua Sha and a Face Roller?
Hello, readers! In today's post we are going to talk about the difference between using a Gua Sha and a Face Roller. Both tools are used for facial rejuvenation but they have some key differences in design that may make one more suitable than the other depending on what you are trying to achieve. Let's explore these differences so you can figure out which tool is right for you!
Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese beauty ritual that uses quick strokes or scraping with a smooth stone over the body's skin surface to unblock energy channels in order to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and pain.
Pronounced, Gwah-sha. It literally means scraping.
Gua sha has been used as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) since ancient times. Physicians believe that Gua can help relieve pain by drawing out toxins from injured areas on the body. This process helps release stagnant qi energy making way for new blood circulation throughout your nervous system and organs.
Gua shas are typically made from rose quartz stones because they're naturally anti-inflammatory due to their natural oxide content. Gua Sha's can also be made from jade or agate but we've chosen Rose Quartz as they are widely known as an 'emotional healer' and the stone of compassion and all things love-related. Honour yourself with self-care and well-being beauty rituals by using our Rose Quartz Gua Sha and Face Roller.
The main difference between Gua Sha and The Face Roller is that that Gua Sha's flat edge is used to create pressure. Face Rollers, on the other hand, have a round surface that rolls across your skin and improves lymphatic circulation while reducing puffiness around the face.
Another difference between Gua Sha vs Face Roller is Gua Sha's deeper penetration and ability to stimulate acupressure points. Gua Sha's are typically used on the back, neck, shoulders, face or anywhere you want to relieve pain and increase blood flow.
The Face Roller is mainly used for lymphatic drainage but can also be helpful in reducing fine lines around your eyes and mouth due to its rolling motion that helps with collagen production.
Gua Sha's work better than Face Rollers when it comes to stimulating muscles because of their textured surface which creates more pressure against the skin. This doesn't mean that Gua Sha works better than Face Roller.
If you're looking to elevate your beauty game, then investing in a Face Roller and Gua Sha is the perfect way to do so. Not only will it help with getting that glowing skin we're all after, these tools can be used for skin care treatments that are known to improve tone and texture in the comfort of your own home. Plus, using both together means more benefits!