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Kansa Wand: An Anti-aging tool for your skin

I love to talk about my Indian childhood (Check out our Ayurvedic Selfcare Ritual Guide from my blog Glow & Green).

Today’s topic is no exception. We are talking about one of my favorite clean & sustainable beauty products: the Kansa Wand. It is truly Ayurveda’s best-kept secret. India is a pretty hot country, with summer temperatures reaching as high as 100 degrees F.

During that time, my grandma used to keep a small, circular “kansa bowl.” She used to massage the bottom of her feet with the circular bottom of the kansa bowl after applying coconut oil over them. She would tell us, “It’s the best way to remove toxins from the body by moving lymph during hot temperatures.” At that time, I never knew that in the year 2019 I would be talking about this magical tool: the Kansa Wand.

 What is a Kansa Wand? 

A kansa wand is made up of a metal called “kansa.” The word kansa comes from Sanskrit, India’s sacred language. Kansa means “bronze,” a metal alloy comprised primarily of copper, tin and zinc. In Ayurveda, copper is known to relieve pain, inflammation and arthritis. Tin helps relax muscles and reduce headaches and insomnia. Zinc boosts immunity, digestion power and is good for diabetes.

Due to all these qualities, kansa, i.e. bronze, possesses a dominant healing power. That’s why in India there is a great importance placed on “Kansa Dinnerware” as well. But today, we are going to talk about the soft glow and powerful healing of the kansa wand.

The kansa wand is a facial/foot massage device made of wood and kansa metal designed to balance your doshas, chakras, and the skin’s pH level. It’s the Indian/ayurvedic equivalent of a jade roller. The kansa wand helps in reducing inflammation and puffiness of the skin, diminishing the appearance of under-eye circles, and stimulating the lymphatic system and blood circulation. It also helps brighten the complexion and tighten pores.

The lymphatic system is essentially the skin’s natural detoxing mechanism. It collects waste in the form of fluid from all the cells in your body. After that, it also filters toxicity and circulates the good stuff back into the circulatory system. That leaves the lymph nodes full of all the toxins they’ve removed — which is the primary function of this system. The lymphatic system also produces immune cells to kill bacteria and stop infections from spreading. The kansa wand was engineered specifically to aid in lymphatic drainage.

How to use Kansa Wand? 

So, after hearing the many many advantages of the kansa wand, let’s learn how to use it. The kansa wand can be used in the same way as a jade roller. It is an excellent message tool.

Generally, after applying any natural skincare product, especially facial oil, move the kansa wand in a circular motion.
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So ladies, listen up! We’re all busy and on the go, but it’s important to take time to pamper yourself. What better way to do that than with a face massage using a Kansa wand? Not only is it relaxing, but it also has potential benefits for your overall skin health. So here,  we’ll go over the steps to properly massage your face with a Kansa wand. 

Step 1: Cleanse Your Face

Before beginning your massage, you want to make sure your skin is clean and free of makeup. Use a gentle cleanser to remove any dirt or oils, then pat dry. This will ensure the Kansa wand can glide smoothly over your skin and not drag or pull.

For detoxifying effect use our Neem Soap

Step 2: Apply Oil or Serum

Next, you’ll want to apply a lightweight oil or serum to your face. This will help the Kansa wand move more easily, and the nourishing ingredients in the oil will be absorbed into your skin. You can use any oil you like, such as jojoba, argan, or rosehip. Apply a few drops to your fingertips and massage into your skin using upward motions.

Step 3: Massage with Kansa Wand

Now it’s time to bring out the Kansa wand!

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Hold the handle of the wand, and use the rounded end to gently massage your face in circular motions. Start at your forehead, working your way down to your cheeks, and then down to your chin and neck. Be sure to keep the wand moving smoothly and avoiding any tugging or scraping. The pressure should be light to moderate, depending on your preference.

Step 4: Focus on Problem Areas

If you have any areas of concern, such as fine lines or puffiness, you can spend extra time massaging those areas. For example, if you have under-eye bags, gently press the Kansa wand under your eyes and move it in a circular motion. This can help encourage lymphatic drainage and reduce swelling.

Step 5: Finish with Moisturizer

After your massage, finish off with a moisturizer to lock in the benefits of the oil and keep your skin hydrated. Pat a small amount onto your face and neck, then let it sink in.

Taking a few minutes each week to do a Kansa wand facial massage can be a great way to help you relax and take care of your skin. With these simple steps, you can easily incorporate this ritual into your busy routine. Not only will your skin thank you, but you’ll have a moment of self-care and relaxation to look forward to. Give it a try and see how you feel!

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