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Kansa Wand - Face

Materials used in making the wand?
  • Selflove Kansa wand is made of teak wood handle and Copper 78% percent and Tin 22% percent both heated together up to 700 centigrade to form pure bronze.
  • This Kansa wand is lab certified.
  • The dimensions are 5 inches *2 inches *1.25 inches
  • Smaller than the body and foot Kansa wand

Why to use?
  • Boosts circulation and reduces puffiness
  • Removes toxins from within
  • Relaxes the facial muscles
  • Enables the skin to absorb the nutrients in oil/serum
  • Removes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Imparts glow and radiance to the face
  • Balances the PH of the skin

How to use?
  • Wash you face with a cleanser and pat dry
  • Apply  facial oil or serum and prep the face and neck
  • Now start from the centre of your forehead by gently massaging in clockwise direction
  • Make zig zag patterns and form the letter 8 on your forehead
  • Massage from the cheekbones from the nose outward to the ears
  • Move in cicrles on your chin and around the mouth
  • Move the wand from the under the chin towards the ear in firm upward strokes along the jawline
  • Do all the above   five times each at a go on each side and repeat if you want
  • Start  with once a week and gradually go on twice-thrice a week for a duration of 10-15 mins
  • Use consistently to see results and keep your skin youthful and glowing

How to care for your wand?
  • For daily care, simply wipe the wand after each use or use soap and water only on the metal part.


Kansa wand is a wooden-handled tool with a tip made of Kansa metal. It originated around 5000 years back. Originally it was used in the kitchen as a drinking glass because it purified the water inside and as a plate because the acidity in the food would balance out leading to better digestion. Slowly people started discovering the benefits on the skin through massage application.

Facial massage can help reduce puffiness, give the face a lifted appearance and, by bringing oxygen to surface it imparts a rosy glow. As Kansa wands are made primarily of copper, an alkaline substance, the contact with the skin also helps to balance the skin’s PH levels, thereby minimizing breakouts and irritation. If your oil turns grey as you massage, it is a chemical reaction between the metal and the acid content on the skin as it heals (called oxidation). Simply use a gentle cleanser to wash it after your massage.

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