Jade Comb: Face & Body – Gua Sha Tool
The Jade Comb by Cecily Bradenis more than just a comb for the hair and scalp and features several angles and edges for professional Gua Sha treatments and client home care.
This lightweight, easy-to-use design molds easily in your hand for use on the face, crown and body. The fence-post-like ridges work to efficiently stimulate the energy points, untangle adhesions and create space by releasing stagnation and tension that attributes to multiple skin-related issues. The smooth edge irons and smooths the fascia and promotes the movement of lymph and exchange of impurities with essential nutrients for a brighter complexion and glow.
Favorite ways to use by Cecily Braden:
- Forehead to crown (from brow thru hairline)
- Lower cheeks (from nasal labia fold to side of face)
- Neck (from clavicle to jawline)
- Back of neck (from base of neck and shoulders to occipital ridge following through hairline)
- Lymphatic Drainage (follow lymphatic pathways)
- Body (stimulate circulation, cellulite reduction)
- Crown (stimulate circulation and nutrients to scalp for hair growth)
The CJB Pro Nephrite Stone (U.S. Patent D908,905), is an original patent protected design by Cecily Braden, Gua Sha Educator and expert in the use of facial massage tools. Its exclusive design is an essential part of her Gua Sha Facial Fusion protocol that combines the art of Gua Sha based on TCM, along with additional lymphatic drainage, connective tissue and facial contour & sculpting techniques.
Nephrite Jade is a dense stone that glides like silk on the skin and effortlessly contours the natural geography of the skin, so you can seamlessly fuse together a variety of facial massage techniques (light to deep) and become more fluid in achieving a myriad of desired results.
The “beveled-shaped” design by Cecily Braden makes it easy to incorporate techniques for lymphatic drainage, sculpting, lifting and smoothing the skin. Like all stones, it can be used warm or cold, with a client favorite being chilled for puffy eyes.
The most frequently asked question is, do you use one or two spoons — and the answer is, either!