Dry Brushing 101
Amongst the numerous glass jars of homeopathic remedies, immune-supporting supplements, and rose creams, you’ll find the newest "must know" beauty product - a long wooden brush.
This brush is used for what is referred to as Dry Brushing. It is recommended to start at your feet and brush upward towards the heart. Similarly, when you start on your arms, begin at the hands and work upward. Use firm, small strokes upwards, or work in a circular motion. For the stomach, work in a clockwise pattern.
Harsh exfoliation is never the point; be sure not to press too hard, or use too-stiff of a brush. Experts say to dedicate 3-5 minutes a day to Dry Brushing. It has shown energizing qualities, making it a great activity to add to your morning routine!
Dry Brushing also has proven benefits such as stimulating your Lymphatic System, increasing circulation, reducing cellulite, improving digestion, kidney function and even providing stress relief.
Don't wait - try Dry Brushing today!