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Many beauty gurus and influencers are heavily promoting Gua Sha. Jade rollers and Gua Sha stone tools have become an essential in most skincare routines. Gua Sha has proved to be effective in solving common problems such as dull skin, acne, fine lines, and even cellulite. Since Gua Sha can alleviate many skin problems, let’s find out if it can clear up rosacea.
Gua Sha is a massage technique that has been used for thousands of years. It involves using a flat tool made from jade or rose quartz to scrape the skin. These crystals are used to increase blood flow and encourage lymphatic drainage to remove toxins from the body. Other than Gua Sha stones, these crystals can be used in the form of facial rollers. The idea behind the ancient practice is to correct the qi (energy) imbalances in your body. The yin and yang should be balanced. Gua Sha also has health benefits and is an effective remedy for back pain, neck pain, headache, and cellulite. After your first Gua Sha massage, you will notice a healthy glow on your face. Your face will look depuffed, brighter. Over time, Gua Sha sculpts your face and gives it a more chiseled look.
Rosacea is a skin condition in which the skin on your cheeks appears red. In some cases, there are bumps on the forehead. As such, there is no cure for rosacea. However, Gua Sha can mitigate the symptoms of rosacea, and reduce the frequency of flare ups. The skin affected by rosacea feels warm, itchy, and tender. For some people, Gua Sha can help ease this discomfort.
On the internet, you may come across contradictory claims. As everyone’s skin is different, what works for somebody might not work for another person. Hence, it is all about finding what works best for your own skin.
Although there has been no cure for rosacea yet, Gua Sha can alleviate the symptoms of rosacea if it is used currently.