Olive Wood Bath Brush
The hard strength natural bristles exfoliate to leave skin smooth and soft. This brush is water resistant and ergonomically designed with a detachable handle for easy reach and a secure strap on the brush head for firm control. For wet or dry body brushing.
Benefits of dry brushing:
Deep cleansing: Unblocks pores and removes impurities for fresher, clearer skin.
Exfoliating: Removes dead surface skin allowing moisture and active skin care ingredients to penetrate. Prevents in-growing hairs and prolongs suntans. It can help cellulite. The result is smoother, polished and more hydrated skin.
De-toxing: Help to stimulate the lymphatic system to drain cellular waste and toxins safely away. Regular use can help protect the immune system and improve digestion and general well-being.
Regenerating: Stimulates blood circulation and cell renewal resulting in healthier, younger looking skin.
Massage: Invigorates tired muscles and relaxes body and mind.
For wet or dry body brushing. Use wet in the bath or shower with a cleansing product. After use rinse well and air dry naturally with bristles facing down.
What is dry body brushing?
This is one of the simplest and easiest ways to improve your skin tone and well-being. It is an ancient practice brushing the whole body with repetitive strokes using a dry natural bristle brush to remove dead skin cells while stimulating the blood flow and the lymph nodes to deliver nutrients to the skin and banish waste and toxins from the body.
Tips: This is best carried out before a bath or shower so you can wash off the
impurities. Starting at the feet, brush in long strokes up the legs and then concentrate on brushing your hands and up your arms. Repeat these brush strokes 7 times. When brushing your chest & upper back focus the strokes towards your heart. Brush in circular motions over the abdomen. Do not use on sensitive areas (face) or on broken skin. The whole routine should take about 10- 15 minutes.
If you are new to body brushing try light strokes first and build up to harder strokes as the skin gets more used to it. For very sensitive skins it may be preferable to start with a softer natural bristle brush and work up towards the stiffer cactus.
Wood: Olive, Bristles: Boar, Strength: Hard