Ayurvedic Facial Rejuvenation Tool
A transformative facial tool for skin rejuvenation featuring high density bronze for skin health and beauty.
This Ayurvedic facial rejuvenation tool is a powerful addition to your skin care ritual. It is an artisanal facial massage tool, sometimes called kansa, that is made from teak and a high quality bronze traditionally called the “Queen’s metal.” This superior grade tool consists of a high density of bronze for advanced therapeutics and pronounced durability.
Firms, tones, and tightens the skin
Produces notable relaxation throughout the face and body
Reduces redness, swelling, congestion and puffiness (especially great for around the eyes)
Promotes collagen and elastin health
Detoxifies and promotes lymphatic drainage
Increases circulation of life force energy for a fresh and glowing complexion
Activates the acupuncture points and meridians to increase health of the skin and the whole body
For example, spray a hydrosol, Mist of Immortelle facial toner or misting potion in a cupped hand and add Radiant Rose Glow facial serum or another oil-based serum.
Emulsify this combination in the palm of your hand and gently pat onto your face.
Next, use your Ayurvedic Facial Rejuvenation Tool to massage outward and upward in circular or arc motions.
It’s important to not pull the skin.
For best results use regularly; Sara Crow recommends at least once per day for several minutes.
On rare occasions, kansa may generate a dark residue on the skin. Simply wipe up with a warm wet washcloth. This isn't harmful and usually indicates some excessive acidity within the skin and/or acidity produced in combination with skin products. If this is problem for you, try using the facial tool with our jojoba oil on clean skin. This tends to eliminate excess acidity.
The color of the wood varies naturally, and may look different than it appears in the product photo.
Ingredients + Benefits
Bronze has many healing qualities that make it very effective for facial rejuvenation purposes. Often called the ‘healing metal,’ it first appeared about 5000 years ago and was created by a culture in the Indus Valley that contributed to the traditional medical system of Ayurveda.
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