The Kansa Massage technique originates from India and takes the shape of a healing metal called “kansa” or “bronze”. Kansa is revered as a sacred metal that’s beneficial for both health and beauty.
Benefits of Kansa Face Massage Technique
When you embrace Kansa, your skin will feel soothed, rejuvenated, and revitalized, infused with fresh energy after undergoing this facial massage technique.
Starting to use Kansa for facial massage brings about the following benefits:
Brightens and firms the skin.
Effectively relaxes the neck and shoulders.
Reduces under-eye puffiness, fades wrinkles around the eyes, leaving the skin radiant and vibrant.
Enhances collagen production for the skin.
Balances the skin’s pH, suitable for both oily and dry skin types.
Reduces deeper skin congestion caused by dirt and bacteria.
Alleviates inflammation in acne-prone areas.
Boosts nutrient exchange and blood circulation beneath the skin.
Cleanses and nourishes the skin more effectively.
Aids in collagen absorption by the skin.
Increases blood flow, stimulates blood circulation, and enhances immune response through the skin.
Induces relaxation and promotes better sleep quality.
Kansa Face Massage Technique
The Kansa massage technique involves using small rolling movements in a clockwise direction, moving from the forehead, down the forehead bones towards the temples, and then along the jawbone. These areas contain the most tense muscles and tendons on the face. The motion of the Kansa tool helps release tension, soften, and diminish wrinkles.
Performing Kansa Massage twice daily, in the morning and evening, before conducting your skincare routine can yield the best results for women. This practice aids the skin in absorbing nutrients and skincare products like moisturizers, serums, and lotions more effectively. Kansa massage can also be applied to other body parts, stimulating blood circulation and detoxification on the skin’s surface, promoting quick skin recovery, relaxation, and better, deeper sleep.