Give the Gift of Wellbeing
Give the Gift of Wellbeing with HAYO'U
It’s widely acknowledged that everyday day life can have a detrimental impact on our health and well-being, so it’s no surprise that an increasing number of people are turning to ancient wisdom for guidance and using traditional methods to help combat modern-day ailments.
Previously predominately linked to ‘alternative therapies’ Traditional Chinese Medicine is increasingly featuring in the mainstream arena, especially when it comes to beauty regimes. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been used by millions of people for thousands of years. It acknowledges the intrinsic link between inner and outer health, incorporating a complex understanding of how the body works; physically, emotionally and spiritually. In TCM your outer beauty reflects your inner health and mental well-being.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is increasingly featuring in the mainstream arena, especially when it comes to beauty regimes. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been used by millions of people for thousands of years.
One TCM practice that is trending in the beauty sphere, is Gua Sha, pronounced ‘gwah shah’. Despite its current popular status, its technique has a firm place in TCM history and is certainly no new kid on the block. This ancient therapeutic method works on the body’s meridian lines, acupuncture points and also benefits the circulatory system.
What’s Gua Sha?
It’s a therapeutic, healing ritual. A self-massage method that can be carried out on the face or body. It involves using a tool to apply pressure and ‘scrape’ the skin to relieve pain and tension and kick start the body’s natural cleansing process (the name Gua Sha comes from the Chinese word for scraping).
Taking time to treat yourself well, need not take long. Simple one-minute rituals, as recommended by Hayo’u are an easy way to start your well-being journey and can make all the difference.
Hayo’u was founded by acclaimed Chinese medicine practitioner and best-selling author, Katie Brindle. With over 20 years working in Chinese medicine, Katie has experienced first-hand how this ancient wisdom can help many modern conditions, from lacklustre skin, and bad digestion, to depression and anxiety.
Katie’s mission; “to show you that we all hold within us the power to treat ourselves better. Thousands of years of Chinese wisdom, distilled into potent self-treatment remedies”.
The Right Tools for the Job
Hayo’u products combined with simple, one-minute rituals that are rooted in the ancient wisdom of TCM can really boost your well-being, calm your skin, help to reduce fine lines and aid lymphatic drainage. Ethically made from sustainable material, these high-quality tools are pure crystal and GIA certified by the British Association of Gemmologists. The only treatment Hayo’u crystals go through is shaping and polishing, by hand.
Discover Hayo’u products here to invigorate your complexion and supercharge your wellbeing.
HAYO'U ROSE QUARTZ BEAUTY RESTORER
Use this rejuvenating crystal to energise the skin, improve energy flow and support circulation.
According to TCM, rose quartz is believed to benefit the heart and blood flow, which helps to nourish the skin. The best time to use the Rose Quartz Beauty Restorer is in the morning, working with the body’s natural energy patterns boosting you for the rest of the day.
Target the delicate skin around the eyes and lips with the restorative Jade Precision, helping to contour and lift, reduce puffiness and fine lines.
According to Chinese Medicine, Jade is believed to carry healing energy, helping to relax, rebalance and restore, meaning it’s ideal at any time of day.
HAYO'U CLEAR QUARTZ BEAUTY RESTORER
Ease tired and stressed skin with the gentle yet powerful Clear Quartz Beauty Restorer, the perfect choice for sensitive or inflamed skin. The cooling and refreshing clear quartz soothes the skin and improves energy flow.
According to Chinese medicine clear quartz has calming qualities and improves energy flow, making it ideal for use in the evening - the perfect cure for a stressful day.
- Mrs G