Why Dry Brush?
What to Use
How to Dry Brush
- The best time to Dry Brush is right before you plan to have a shower or bath, so all of those icky dry skin cells you've just exfoliated, can go right down the drain. The morning is good too as a lot of people say they feel energised after dry brushing, so it's a good start to the day.
- Start at your feet and using long even upward strokes, brush from ankles to knees.
- You will always be brushing in the direction towards major lymph nodes in your body. Such as the underarms, groin and base of your neck.
- Circular motions are okay too, especially on areas you would like to focus on.
- Brush over your legs, your abdomen and butt. Spend a little extra time on the booty and upper thighs if you want to work on that cellulite. Always brushing upwards towards your heart.
- Brush your back, either with a brush that has a handle, by using contortionist skills or get someone to help you out.
- Brush up along the outside of your arms, then lift your arms up and brush downwards on the inside of them, and near your underarms.
- Finally brush your shoulders and chest, being careful with sensitive areas.
Have you ever dry brushed your skin? What did you think?
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