ut with the old and in with the new! Revamp your skin just in time for the New Year with our Rejuvenate and Gua Sha Spa Set. This set was curated to bring a unique and deep skin renewal experience that helps uplift, tone, and remove dry skin! The skin-brightening facial oil prepares your skin for the smooth and skin-sculpting edges of our green jade Gua Sha massage tool. Our exfoliating coffee scrub, Invigorate, offers a natural approach to shedding dead skin cells–leaving your body feeling soft and smooth to the touch! Incorporating a Gua Sha massage into your weekly skin maintenance routine will not only make your skin feel better, it also helps absorb all of our preservative-free premium ingredients to better nourish your body.
Gua Sha is a technique of traditional Chinese Medicine that is practiced regularly to help aid in relaxation, healthy circulation, and lymphatic stimulation in your body.
At Little Buddha, we are committed to offering the best products possible with safe and all-natural ingredients. We do not use parabens, phthalates, sulfates, or artificial fragrances of any kind in our products. Every gift set offers relaxation and body care without any harmful chemicals which is the best gift you can give this holiday season.
Each set includes:
-Light green jade gua sha tool | 3 inches in length
- Rejuvenate Facial Oil Serum | 2 oz (Jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, vitamin E oil, vanilla oil, sandalwood oil, grapefruit oil)
- Invigorate Coffee Scrub | 6 oz (Coffee grounds, honey, jojoba oil, vanilla oil, peppermint oil)
All packaging at Little Buddha is eco-friendly and either compostable, reusable, or recyclable. All items from this set are packaged neatly in a gift box.
How to use:
-Prep your skin by applying 3-4 drops of our facial oil serum to clean skin and gently glide the gua sha tool down the sides of your neck, along your jawline, chin, forehead, cheeks, brows, lips, and under-eyes. Please use caution around your eyes by simply holding the flat side of the tool against your skin. It is recommended to pull the gua sha tool at a 45-degree angle in an upwards and outwards motion. You may repeat this revitalizing practice 2-3 times per week or as needed.