Body Brush

Feels like a hug when you brush! At least that's how I feel when I go through the dry brushing routine. Dry brushing has many benefits:

1. Exfoliation

2. Cleans your pores

3. Supports eliminating toxins from your cells

4. Could help reduce cellulite and increase energy.


How to dry brush

You can dry brush before showering and use a natural lotion after showering.Or you can brush after showering by applying a little body oil to the dry brush bristles. We recommend dry brushing in the mornings as it’s a perfect way to start the day.

Don’t brush too hard! A soft and smooth stroke often works best. Always brush toward the heart/chest.

Start with the furthest point and move closer and closer to the chest. Your skin will be slightly pink after brushing, but it should never be red or sting. If it hurts, you’re using too much pressure. Start with your feet and legs. Brush the top of the feet and then up the legs in long, smooth strokes. You can brush each section of skin as much as you like but we recommend 5-10 times.

Repeat the same process with the arms, starting with the palms of the hands and brushing up the arm toward the heart. Again, we recommend 5-10 times for each  section.

On the abdomen and chest, brush in a circular clockwise motion. Then repeat the process on your back. To brush your face and neck, we recommend using a softer bristle brush than the one you use for your arms, legs, and chest.

Replace the brush every 6-12 months as the bristles will eventually wear out. We also recommend washing the brush every few weeks to remove dead skin cells. 

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