THE RAAW KANSA WAND is the tool your skin has been waiting for.
A Kansa wand is an ancient beauty tool to balance, de-puff and firm your skin. A simple facial massage with the Kansa Wand is an efficient way to smooth and firm the skin for a ‘natural face lift’. The magical wand revitalizes and plumps skin, softens fine lines, de-puff eyes, firms the jawline and cheekbones, tones facial muscles and promotes collagen production. The Kansa Wand will also draw out toxins and accumulated acidity from the skin.
Will leave your skin balanced, rejuvenated and with renewed oxygen.
Massage the face for 5 -10 minutes on each side of the face.
You can make your face massage as long or short as you like until you feel relaxed and revitalized. While using it you can see the toxins being released from your face.
How many times can I use the Kansa Wand?
You can do a Kansa massage as often as you’d like. 2-3 times per week is good for your skin, but can be used every day if you like. The wands have no limited usages. The wands are not battery operated - they’re made from high quality teak wood and Kansa metal, so they’ll last a very long time and can be used as many times as you like.
There are no side effects of using a Kansa wand... except for amazing skin of course!
Ensure your face is thoroughly cleansed and patted dry. Take a few drops of your favorite facial oil and apply on cleansed skin. Start the facial massage with the Kansa Wand. The good news is: There are no specific 'rules' on how to massage with the Kansa, but I can suggest the following:
Step by step:
1. Begin at the centre of your chin, following the jawline. Repeat a few times and switch side
2. Work your way upwards and start at the corner of your mouth and follow the natural lines of your cheekbones, massaging upwards. Repeat on both sides.
3. Then massage the middle of your forehead in circles.
4. With the smaller end of the wand, gently massage the under-eye area. Starting from the inner corner of your eye, gently slide the Kansa under your eye and out to the hairline.
5. Gently repeat the same motion by gliding the kansa above your eyelid to reduce puffiness.
What is it made of?
The metal is pure 'Kansa' and consists of 80% copper and 20% tin. Handle made of teak wood.
The History of the Kansa
At first the metal was only used in the kitchen as a cup to purify drinking water. It became a popular facial tool, when it was discovered that it warmed up on the skin upon massage, offering numerous and amazing benefits. The surface of the metal can draw and neutralize acidity in the skin, and is used to balance the skin’s pH levels as well as reduce puffiness, increase blood circulation and promote oxygen flow to the surface of the skin.
Why is my skin turning grey when I use the Kansa Wand?
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What do you mean by "acid in the skin"?
How do I clean my Kansa Wand?
Pair The RAAW Kansa Wand with one of our facial oils