Pro Tip: Massaging with Ayurvedic herbal oils not only restores your skin’s firmness, but also enhances your complexion by clearing blemishes and smoothens the appearance of wrinkled-up skin and greatly helps in making your skin look younger.
Not really sure how to use the Kansa Wand for a perfect massage?
Follow these simple steps and you can enjoy a calming, relaxed and easy massage session, in the comfort of your home with no one’s help:
Make sure that you use enough oil (about 2 pumps) to let the wand slide and glide smoothly over your skin.
Rub it on your hands and gently press it onto your face to transfer the oil.
Next, start massaging from the center of your forehead using a slow circular motion for about 1 minute.
You can also do this while lying down so that your shoulder and back muscles are automatically relaxed.
Now, gently move back and forth across the forehead in a horizontal direction using the wand.
Use a small circular motion in clockwise direction at the temples and then towards the nose completing a circle around each eye in both directions so you can feel your cheek bones and brow bone.
Then, slowly move down to make a similar circle but around your cheeks, from where the nose joins the face to the highest point of your cheekbones near your ears.
Circle right in the middle of the upper lip and then move up and out of the face gently.
Gently use this movement to move to the jaws tracing your jawbone in a similar style.
Watch this video to see how you can use the Kansa Wand:
Kansa wand massage provides several benefits by reducing stress and removing the accumulation of toxins (digestive and environmental) from your skin. The accumulation of toxins is one of the primary reasons for the appearance of signs of premature aging.
Doing this simple massage on a daily basis or a few times a week will markedly improve the texture and elasticity of your skin. Some newer studies also indicate that massaging your face can be immensely beneficial to slow down the rate at which your collagen fibers are broken down and may even help boost its production, and therefore immensely help prevent ‘crepey’ skin.