LIVINGSTON, NJ -- Feeling like you need a little pick me up to your skin but not looking to have surgery? 

Women tend to be super critical of their own appearance and focus on the fine lines and wrinkles that appear on their skin as they age. Gua Sha is a non-invasive healing technique used in East Asian medicine. It has been shown to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, tighten skin, decrease puffiness under the eyes and plump skin to give it a youthful glow. 

On Sunday, Nov. 3, Emily Castner, a licensed skin specialist, will be hosting a Mini “Facelift” Workshop at 7 p.m. at CardioYoga studio in Livingston.  Sponsored by Klei Beauty, the evening will begin with a floral steam to cleanse your pores and relax your facial muscles. Next, Castner will focus on reducing inflammation, lines and wrinkles with an easy facial yoga sequence and a Gua Sua demonstration. 

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Plus, one attendee will win a gift bag from Klei beauty. Klei is a line of sustainably crafted self-care products featuring natural ingredients, each chosen for its specific skin-nourishing qualities. The small-batch products center on providing luxurious, concentrated skin care, while producing minimal environmental waste. The full plant-based line is paraben-free, cruelty-free and currently includes a nourishing and revitalizing array of masks, scrubs, oils, steams and soaks to compliment all skin types. 

The cost of the event is $24 per person. CardioYoga members can use a class from their package or event is included in the unlimited monthly membership.  Space is limited and advanced registration is required. Visit for more information and to register.