Transforming routines into
rituals: this is what whole
body care is all about.
The Gua Sha Stone
This tool truly shines when it comes to bringing out the life of the skin. Gua Sha is an ancient massaging practice from Eastern Asia that has been passed on for centuries. By gently scraping the body with a smooth-edged tool, the skin’s natural glow reveals itself. There’s more: it also relieves tension, stimulates circulation, and activates the lymphatic system with a relaxing, bright sensation from head to toe.
The Golden Spoon
Caring for yourself as a whole is about nurturing all of the senses. But beauty as a piece of decoration — or an extra special touch while scooping body scrubs and butters — isn’t all this golden spoon has to offer. Leave it in the fridge for 1 hour, then gently press the chilly surface under the eyes for a few minutes. This will relieve puffiness in a super relaxing ritual.
The Dry Brush
Dry brushing is an ancient exfoliation practice that used to be no less than a hit in Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, and even in traditional Chinese medicine. Not for nothing. Besides sloughing off the dead skin buildup, sweeping the skin with a natural-fiber bristle brush improves blood circulation, helps the lymphatic system detox the body more effectively, leaves the skin soft and glowing, and gives a feel-good energy boost.