Body Gua Sha by Rudolph Care is Rudolph Care’s interpretation of the traditional Chinese massage tool renowned for relieving muscle tension, increasing circulation to the skin and stimulating the lymphatic system.
Body Gua Sha is a tool in your beauty arsenal that can work hand in hand with your everyday body products. Apply a body oil or body balm to clean skin and slowly and gently massage the product into the skin with your gua sha tool.
When you massage your body, you create balance in your skin. It is provided with the optimum conditions for recovery and renewal, while it is infused with new energy and radiance as circulation increases.
There is a wide array of techniques for using your gua sha depending on the results you want for your skin. On this page, you can explore how to use your Body Gua Sha by Rudolph Care to relax, promote well-being and stimulate the lymphatic system.
Rose quartz is a natural material; this means that every gua sha is unique and you won’t find two that are 100% identical. Also find our Face Gua Sha by Rudolph Care here.
- Relieves tension
- Adds glow
- Especially good for
- All skin types
How to use
Body Gua Sha
Massage the body with deep, gentle strokes in the direction of the heart. Repeat each stroke 5-10 times. We recommend massaging with the curved side first – the small indentations in the stone reduce tension and and work particularly effectively on calves, thighs, buttocks and upper arms. Next, use the smooth side of your gua sha to ‘scrape’ the toxins away – also in the direction of the heart.
At Rudolph Care we believe that your gua sha is an intuitive tool – so you should always view our recommendations as friendly guidance as to how you can use your gua sha. The most important thing is that you massage where it feels good and creates a sense of well-being for you.
Always drink plenty of water – and especially after massaging with your gua sha to assist the lymphatic system discard the toxins you release when massaging along the lymph pathway.
You can use your gua sha daily or when the opportunity arises during your day. Make it part of your morning and/or evening routine, or leave it on your night table to massage the body or sore muscles just before bedtime.