Kaia Skin Tools

Enhance your skincare ritual with our Kansa massage tools 

Crafted with Kansa metal our tools naturally balance the pH levels of your skin, stay cool to the touch, and are antimicrobial — ideal for reducing inflammation and increasing skin vitality. Use in combination with our Kaia Skin Oils and self-massage techniques to target your energy points, stimulate lymphatic detox, and improve circulation promoting a more intentional self-care ritual.

The Kaia Skin Self-Massage Technique

Stimulate energy points, promote circulation and a natural detox with the following techniques. 

How To Use Kaia Wand Video
Kansa Wand

Start on the center of your face and massage in circular motions.

Continue forming number 8s around your eyes, and then on your jawline.

How To Use Kaia Skin Gua Sha Video
Kansa Gua Sha

Use the angles of the Gua Sha against the contours of your face and massage upwards applying pressure. 

Rotate the GuaSha and use its different angles to better fit different areas of your face.

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Kansa Comb

Apply light pressure to your scalp and start from the center of your head combing outwards.


Kansa is a metal alloy of copper and tin, heated together to form bronze. This metal is considered the healing metal of India and has been used for centuries for its therapeutic properties. 

We chose Kansa metal over the more popular Jade and Quartz due to its natural healing qualities. Unlike Jade and Quartz, Kansa is perfectly smooth in texture, making it more gentle on sensitive and acne-prone skin. Additionally, Kansa metal is antimicrobial in nature and cool to the touch, which reduces inflammation and enhances facial circulation.

The properties in the Kansa wand combined with an intentional massage can help with the following:

  • Stimulate circulation and blood flow
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Tension Relief
  • Natural contouring

Additionally, spending an extra minute on yourself during your skincare ritual helps promote self-love, relaxation, and a deeper connection with yourself. 

The shape of the GuaSha is better suited for face sculpting and decreasing inflammation. On the other hand,  the Kansa Wand is better suited for stress release and promotes energy distribution. Both tools will result in a more rested complexion. 

Kansa metal is naturally antibacterial, however since you’re using it with our oils, we recommend you wipe it with a microfiber cloth and then store it in the pouch it comes in.

Absolutely! Our tools are designed to complement your existing skincare routine. 

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