These tools are used for facial gua sha as well as gua sha on other sensitive areas. Made of copper plated with silver.
Matsuba Pine Brush Shoni-Shin (pictured on top left)
This 1" x 0.75" shoni-shin tool has seven prongs that are perfect for scratching points or meridians during treatment. Rounded end allows for further acupressure options.
Heragata Arrow-shaped Shoni-Shin (pictured on top right)
A 2" long pointed tool, with a rounded head for rubbing. One of the more versatile shoni-shin devices, with a number of points that can be used for treatment.
Choto Sword-shaped Shoni-Shin (pictured on bottom left)
A 2" long polished tool for scraping acupressure points. Contains two blade-like sides, one large and one small, with tapered ends.
Bachi-Bari Shoni-Shin (pictured on bottom right)
This 1.5" long polished tool has two rounded ends for rubbing the skin. One side has a sharp point and a tapered end for scraping, while the other is completely rounded.