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Gua Sha Comb

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Mo Mi Beauty

Gua Sha Comb


Designed to gently hug the natural curves of your head with every pass. Like facial gua sha tools, the scalp comb relieves tension and stimulates circulation to improve the health of your scalp and hair follicles by helping to keep your scalp feeling good and clean. 

Combing therapy is a simple technique that uses the comb to both create an overall feeling of calm while cleansing and invigorating the scalp through circulation. Make this a mindful ritual to slow down and find your center. Breathe and return to a state of calm, balance and rest.  


Practice combing therapy daily or a few times per week for the best results. If you have a sensitive scalp, massage your head with your fingertips before using the comb. This will release any initial tension or tightness so the combing therapy is more comfortable. Try different brush strokes. Move the comb in small strokes to make combing therapy feel more like a scalp massage. Apply a nourishing serum to the hair before combing for a nourishing protective coating. If your hair is dry add a little more as desired. If your hair is oily or fine, just add a little from mid-shafts to the ends. Helps to prevent static and friction during sleep. Turn your combing therapy into an indulgent self-care ritual. Light a candle, put on some tunes, sip a soothing herbal tea, and enjoy the moment of calm!

Clean with soap and water, dry after use. Polish with jewelry cloth or gentle brass cleaner. Rinse with a gentle dish soap and dry.


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MO MI Beauty is a range of unique luxury green hair care and holistic pet care products. Founded by Diane Reade with a vision to create personal care products that are clean, infused with both purposeful adaptogenic ingredients that are ethical and ecologically mindful to contribute to a greener and kinder earth. Emphatically cruelty-free and vegan, Mo Mi is proud to give back to causes that are meaningful like Waggytail Rescue, Urban Resource Institute, and The Rainforest Trust.


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