Gua Sha Comb for

Combing Therapy

The art of self care
Hair. Home. Minerals

EASY EVERYDAY CLEAN

Little luxuries for life

Natural Scalp Care

What is Combing Therapy?

Feel Good. Look Good.

HOW COMBING THERAPY HELPS REDUCE HAIR LOSS

HOW AN ANCIENT PRACTICE COULD HELP YOU SLOW DOWN THINNING AND STIMULATE HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH

By Kate Downes, MSAOM, Chinese Medicine Practitioner 

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Cleanse + Condition

Testimonials

Incredible hyrdrating Conditioner that sets your hair up for success right from the start!

Crystal

Okay, so this little comb is awesome! As someone with wavy/curly hair, its wide-spaced fingers works wonders, maintaining my curls and lifting my roots. In fact, just using it as a massager gets me extra volume, which I adore. Speaking of which, the massage feels great, never snagging and feeling light in my hands. Best of all: it’s compact, fitting neatly in my watch pocket. I love my Gua Sha, and never leave home without it!

VINCENT

After I put the conditioner on my hair, I combed through my fingers, my bottom hair was not stuck as usual. After washed I didn’t blow dry. From the Before & After pictures you can see my hair looks shining, smooth with less frizz.

Phoebe

After the first bath, we knew we had a winner on our hands. We loved the smell, the lather was top-notch, and it kept our dog silky smooth for longer than any other shampoo.

Sameer

My thick and coarse hair loves this Co-Wash. My hair feels cleansed and moisturized, easier to detangle without feeling heavy or weighed down. I use your Conditioner on the ends and the Styling Jelly to keep my waves looking and feeling smooth.

Tina

Forest Bath + Moss Agate Candle

From WSJ: New York City-based interior architect and feng shui educator Anjie Cho loves the Forest Bath and Moss Agate Candle for its soothing scent, invigorating teal color and the fact that evergreens in feng shui represent longevity, endurance and grounding. If you’re looking to strengthen your relationship with yourself or with a partner, she advises placing the candle in the far right corner of your room (from the perspective of your doorway). She also recommends lighting a candle with the “intention that you want to cultivate self-love and self-care with growth and healing.”

SHOP