This is a natural boar bristle contour body brush. It has been ergonomically designed for superior massage leverage before and while bathing.
Recommended to exfoliate the skin and stimulate circulation. The practice of dry brushing helps sweep away dead skin cells, stimulate circulation, eliminate toxins, reduce ingrown hairs and the appearance of cellulite and leaves the skin glowing.
Proper dry brushing techniques start in small circles at the feet and work up to the neck and are followed by a shower or bath to wash away impurities released by the process.
ANTI CELLULITE: Distribute and soften fat deposits evenly which will smooth your skin
INCREASE BLOOD FLOW: Brushing skin will get the blooding flowing helping to promote a healthy circulation
EXFOLIATE SKIN: Helps to remove dead skin cells and generate healthy new skin cells
STRESS RELIEF: Dry brushing will have a soothing massaging sensation that will feel great
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM DRAINAGE: Allow cellular waste to be expelled through your lymph nodes
How to Dry Brush Your Skin
The dry brushing process isn't complicated, so don't be too worried about getting doing it "right." Once you've done it a few times, you'll develop a technique that works for you.
Some proponents suggest doing your dry brushing in the morning, rather than before bed, because of its stimulating and energizing qualities. Do whatever is convenient for you.
Follow these steps, remembering to use light, smooth strokes throughout:
To begin, strip down to bare skin. Some recommend standing in an empty bathtub or shower, but anywhere you're comfortable and won't slip is fine.
Starting at the feet, brush upward toward the body. Dry brush the entirety of each leg, working up to the upper thighs.
Continue with the buttocks and back (provided you can reach; if not, it's OK to skip these areas).
Move on to the arms, starting with the backs of the hands and working upward to the shoulders.
The stomach and chest are more sensitive than the arms and legs, so lighten your touch even more here. You can continue with upward strokes or try circular ones, depending on what is more comfortable to you. Don't brush over breasts (for women) or nipples (for everybody).
How to Clean Your Dry Brush
It's important to keep your dry brush clean to reduce the risk of infection. Don't share your brush with others, and keep your brush sanitary by following the cleaning instructions provided by the manufacturer. If none were included, you can wash the bristles with gentle soap, rinse well, and set the brush out to dry. (And don't let your brush sit in wet or damp conditions—always ensure it has a chance to dry out after use.) Another option is to dampen a cloth with rubbing alcohol and rub it over the bristles, or simply pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol over the bristles and let dry.
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