How-to sculpt

Origin of sculpting tools

The daily ritual of using stone Sculpting Tools for both beautifying and healing purposes originates from the traditional practice of 'Gua Sha' which emerged centuries ago in the Ming Dynasty. The Chinese word "Gua Sha" quite literally means "to scrape". 

Before first use

Wash sculpting tool in warm soapy water before first use. We recommend wiping sculpting tool with a soft cloth before and after each use to avoid spreading any bacteria or oil build up. Use a wet soapy cloth when required. 

Micro Sculpting Tool

Our Micro Sculpting Tool is specifically designed for targeted treatment of the under eye area, hairline, lips, chin and cheekbones.

— Eyes: Use featherlight pressure on the eye area. To target puffy eyes close your eyes and move the tool from the inner corner of your eye outwards towards the top of your ears. For your under eye area glide the tool from the inner corner of your under eye outwards and upwards into your hairline above your ears.
(HOT TIP) For a non surgical eye lift place the long side of the sculpting tool over the brow and lift by slow gliding from right under the brow and up towards the hairline over the forehead. Repeat 10 times with medium pressure.
— Lips: With your non-dominant hand, hold your lips taut and use the curved notch of the tool with light pressure in gentle yet rapid strokes to provide just enough friction along the outer edge of the lips to encourage colour and plumpness in the lips. For treatment of the general mouth area slowly and lightly glide the sculpting tool from the middle of your mouth to the bottom of your ear.
— Chin: Using the curved notch scrape from the soft area under your chin out to the bottom of your ear along the jawline.
— Cheekbones: Glide the sculpting tool from the side of the nose, across the cheek and up again to the middle of your ear.

Signature Sculpting Tool

Our Signature Sculpting Tool is designed for an all encompassing full body experience.

— Neck: Use in upward sweeping motions, from collarbone to chin. Position the flat side of the sculpting tool on the top of the shoulder and stroke it upward to where your jaw meets your ear. Repeat on the other side. Place the curved notch of the sculpting tool where your collar bones meet, and drag it up the midline of the throat up to (but not over) your chin. Repeat on each side of the throat.
— Décolletage: Press and sweep in a semi circular motion from the center of your chest outwards to engage your heart meridian, repeat on both sides.
— Arms: Sweep Sculpting Tool from elbow to shoulder with long upwards strokes.
— Legs: Start at the ankle with long upwards strokes, working the inner and then outer part of the leg.