Kansa Massage Wand

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Kansa alloy has a magic touch and a majestic aesthetic. Kansa when it touches your food, it positively charges the food particles and purifies you from inside, but when it is used after a long day over our muscles, it helps relax nerves, improves blood circulation and the metal energizes even bones for a good sleep and pain relief.

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Timeless Kansa Wand is finely handcrafted by proud local artisans which dates back to thousands of years. It is built to last for generations, a true symbol of our Indian Heritage and pride. A great energizing alloy which helps balance pH and keeps skin, blood pressure and body fat in check, hands down is an amazing addition to our lifestyle, esp. in today’s fast-life of cities.

Bridging the gap between Indian timeless magic & Us!


Kansa Wand (How to use)
Apply ghee, oil or face serum, and massage it in.
Use deep, slow and firm but gentle sweeping strokes from the centre of the face outwards to stimulate, lift and tone skin. The pure Kansa metal reacts with the skin when massaged around, greyness in any area indicates the release of pitta and heat, acidity, blockages, impurities and toxins from your skin.


Design & Craft

Authentic Kansa utensils are handmade and each piece is unique! Giving a testimony of the exquisite artwork of the local artisans of Orissa it varies marginally in shape, size and color which makes it more personal and special to you.


Know the Artists!

These great artisans reside in Orissa and possess a rich tradition dating back to the days when Puri Jagannath temple was enshrined.

Kansa is an Indian name for bell metal or bronze. The process of making starts with melting 85% copper and 15% tin as a mixture. Copper and tin are heated at 400-700 degree celsius. The ingots are then repeatedly heated and beaten by a group of artisans and posed into the specific shapes.

The finer finishing are done using small hammers and then a certain coating of clay is applied to ultimately solidify the metal.

This cluster of artisans start their day at 3am in the morning and persevere until 12pm, noon and after that it becomes unbearable to work in that temperature. They work in high temperatures, it takes years of practice and generations of families are involved to perfect the craft.

Designs are exquisite, unique and these kansa ware are a boon to us all!



Maintenance & Care

Kansa/ bronze soup bowl is for serving purpose only.

Do not place it in an oven or, on a stove.

Gently wash with mild detergents and wipe it dry.

Do not use steel scrubber.

Use soft scrub. Lather surface with lime or tamarind to retain/ revive its shine.

Pure Kansa utensils are finely hand-crafted and these authentic kitchenware needs to be handled with care.

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 5 × 1.75 × 5 in



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