Kansa, or bronze as we would name it, revolutionised the ancient world in many ways. Indeed, it is said to be one of the most innovative alloys of humankind. And, it was discovered to have extraordinary beauty enhancing and soothing properties. Today, Kansa is still used to make traditional wellness wands for the Ayurvedic treatment Kansa Vataki. These tools are made in India by artisans who have practised this craft for generations. They still work with loving care and keen attention to quality and detail combining tradition with innovation to produce these beautiful body care tools designed to serve people in modern society.
For years this metal has been used in traditional Ayurveda to deliver massages for detoxification, relaxation and cooling, healing effects in the form of a Kansa bowl known as the Kansa Vataki bowl. This VARAASA Wand is a modern version of the Kansa Vataki bowl, giving it an appealing design and making it much easier to use.
The Kansa massage tool’s healing metal surface shines golden because of its extreme purity and is set upon a hand carved handle that is irresistible to the eye - naturally drawing one to pick it up and use it.
The VARAASA wands are made in 3 different sizes - for the face, face and body and feet - to work with different parts of the body. The sacred metal alloy Kansa (pronounced cun-sa) is made from very high-quality copper and tin. This ancient blend of metals is known in Ayurveda, India’s traditional holistic healing system as a “healing metal.” VARAASA Face, Body and Foot Massager Wands are made of the same, 5,000-year-old, pure, ‘healing metal of India’ - Kansa! The hand-carved handle makes for ease in working with the bronze capped wand when using moderate pressure or delicate strokes on the face, neck, shoulders, and feet.