This natural bristle body brush promotes lymphatic drainage by exfoliating dead skin cells for softer, glowing skin, promoting lymphatic drainage, and stimulating blood circulation. Our Natural Bristle Dry Body Brush is made from hardwearing beechwood and natural bristles, allowing you a professional salon-brushing experience in your home.
Made from naturally sourced materials, this body brush is an eco-friendly and stylish addition to any bathroom. If you use this brush with water, ensure it's allowed to dry appropriately to maintain its look and integrity.
Best used dry, dry body brushing improves the appearance of the skin and benefits the body below the skin's surface.
Dead skin cells can build up without regular exfoliating, causing the skin to appear dull, dry, and flaky. Exfoliating them away encourages the skin to glow and appear brighter and healthier. Plus, it helps prevent blocked pores which can lead to blemishes, breakouts and ingrown hairs.
Dry body brushing also encourages blood flow to the skin, delivering essential nutrients and oxygen and stimulating the removal of toxins from the body via lymphatic drainage. It will also help reduce the appearance of and prevent the development of cellulite, making the skin firmer and more toned.
Directions for use:
Always use a natural bristle body brush and ensure it is dry
- Begin with your feet and move up your body.
- Brush your skin using circular, clockwise movements.
- Use lighter pressure in the areas where your skin is thin and heavier pressure on thicker skin, like the soles of your feet.
- Brush your hands and arms after you have brushed your feet, legs, and midsection. Always brush upward towards your Heart.
- Brush your face and neck extremely gently
- Once completed, take a cool shower to help remove the dead skin.
- When you first start dry body brushing, it is best to begin with, light pressure. Then, as you get used to it, you can increase the firmness of your strokes. Avoid sensitive areas and anywhere the skin is broken. These include open wounds, cuts, rashes and skin disorders.
Make sure you dust off your brush after you have completed your routine. Wash your brush weekly, and dry it in an open, sunny area to prevent mildew. Avoid sharing your brush with anyone to prevent the risk of infection.
- Lymph drainage
- Enhances circulation
- Improves skin texture
- Aids detoxing
- Calms the nervous system
- Rejuvenates cells
- Balances hormones
- Emotionally grounding
- Improves cellulite
- Skin Exfoliation