How to Clean your Kansa Wand

Whether you are using your Kansa Wand for personal or professional use, one must keep their Kansa Wand clean to prevent the spreading of harmful bacteria.

When you first receive your Kansa Wand, we suggest washing it with a chemical free soap, and rinsing it with cold water. Gently towel dry and begin use.

Tea Tree oil is an antiseptic and can be used as a natural cleaning remedy. By applying a few drops of tea tree oil on a dry cloth, rub the wand to help sterilize it. You can also put the tea tree oil directly on the Kansa Wand, rinse with cold water and then gently towel dry.

Cosmetic clay, also known as White Kaolin clay, has natural absorbencies which will remove any residue from the Kansa Wand. Make a paste with the cosmetic clay and rub it on the wand. Rinse with cold water and towel dry to remove any impurities. We do not suggest using any harsh chemicals or abrasives.

One of the benefits of using our Kansa Wand is that our wand is made of copper. Copper is antimicrobial and it is very difficult for microbes to attach to this metal. Additional metals such as bronze and tin help destroy harmful bacteria keeping your Kansa Wand clean.

We will be launching our own line of Cleansing Kits that will naturally sterilize your Kansa Wand and remove all microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses. If you are interested in learning more about our Cleaning Kits, or any of our products, please feel free to email us at

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