As though trying to turn back the hands of time, the skin-care business is always on the lookout for the next best thing. Examples of what the cosmetics business is searching for include cutting-edge technology that reduces fine lines, new chemicals that restore your young glow, and surgical advances that can take 10 years off your looks. People who care about their appearance are going back in time, but in a different direction, by rediscovering and reviving centuries-old techniques for skin care. Social media and the fact that ancient beauty practises work are helping to bring them back into fashion.
For resurfacing, what’s the most cutting-edge method?
Kansa metal and wood come together in the Kansa wand, a face massager. Its goal is to harmonise your chakras, doshas, and skin’s pH level. In the Ayurvedic realm, it may be compared to jade rollers and gua sha stones.
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Let’s go back to the beginning
Ayurveda is a kind of Indian medicine that has been practised for centuries. There are three types of energy in our bodies, or doshas, according to yoga, which is its sister discipline. To attain dosha balance, this system advocated a comprehensive approach to health that advocated daily maintenance of the mind, body, and soul. By paying attention to one’s needs on a regular basis, one lowers one’s risk of needing serious medical treatment in the future.
Ayurveda recommends the following skin care practices
In the words of Sahara Rose Ketabi, modern master of Ayurveda and author of “Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda,” “Ayurvedic skin-care is to look at skin holistically, from the inside out.” Alternatively, like with the Kansa wand, you might start from the interior and work your way out. Circulation is the goal of other types of face massage, such as the jade rollers and the gua sha. In turn, this results in glowing, plump, and smooth skin. Kansa wand, on the other hand, does much more than just that.
Copper, tin, and zinc alloy known as kansa massage tool is revered as a sacred metal in Japan. Over 5000 years have passed since it was first conceived. It’s stated that Kansa may “tune your chakras and balance the three doshas, which improves the body’s ability to heal” because of its role as a conductor.
With the kansa body wand, you can rejuvenate and plump your skin, reduce fine lines, de-puff your eyes, tighten your jawline and cheekbones as well as relieve tension in your neck and shoulders, all while looking younger. Regular usage may provide all of these advantages. Fans of the Kansa wand frequently refer to it as a “natural facelift” after receiving a treatment.
To begin, Kansa massage aids lymphatic drainage in the same way as gua sha and jade rolling do. Acne may be cleaned up, puffiness and under-eye bags reduced, and dull skin can be brightened as a result. One must first understand the importance of the lymphatic system in maintaining good skin before they can understand Kansa. Fluid and pollutants may easily collect in the lymph; this natural filtering function can be slowed down by variables including dehydration, inflammation, high salt consumption and skipping daily workout.