I started Dry Body Brushing many months ago, and I was absolutely amazed at the difference it made to my skin. I do it twice a day, before work and after my shower at night. You can do it before a shower too, however it should always be performed on dry skin only. I spend between 4 and 10 minutes, although some people spend 20 minutes! It’s important to stroke the brush in one direction, quite firmly, and work towards your lymph nodes (generally away from your heart) to push the toxins in the right direction. It is perfectly normal for your skin to tingle and go a little red.
Dry Body Brushing is a healthy practice that has been used in many cultures for hundreds of years, with the origin dating back to Ancient Roman times.
Dry Body Brushing have the following benefits:
- assists with blood circulation
- lymphatic drainage to assist the release of toxins
- exfoliates dead skin
- reduces in grown hairs
- massages tired muscles
- assists with skin conditions such as psoriasis, keratosis pilaris, eczema
- relieves arthritis
- tones the skin
- removes bumpy skin from the back of your legs
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