Give your skin a chance to be its best! Our round body brush smooths, exfoliates, and rejuvenates, all with a few simple strokes. It’s a seamless addition to any morning or evening routine.
"Improvement to my skin and texture were almost immediate." -Beth N
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Dry Brush With Cellulite Massager
- GETTING GLOWING, REJUVENATED SKIN
- KICKING CELLULITE TO THE CURB
- KEEPING SKIN MOISTURIZED AND EXFOLIATED
- GIVING YOUR BODY A LITTLE RELAXATION + LOVE
BOAR BRISTLES (Boar Hair)
Boar bristles are loved by beauty enthusiasts for their natural flexibility and durability. Boar hair's stiff anatomy offer an invigorating brushing session.
GRASS TREE WOOD (Xanthorrhoea)
Despite its name, this slow-growing flowering plant isn't actually a tree at all. But it's beautiful marbled stem offers sustainable, light-weight material for crafting many household goods, from tables to dry brush heads.
Plan to use your brush before you shower — you want your skin to be dry. Starting at your feet, place the brush bristles against your skin.
Brush upwards using smooth, long strokes. Go over each portion of skin 12 times before moving on to the next. Use the same process to brush your legs and arms. Always move towards the center of your body. Use circular motions to brush your back, stomach, and armpits.
Be gentle! Your skin may look a little pink after you brush, but it should never be painful or red.
Complete your routine with a shower and your favorite body moisturizer.
YOUR QUESTIONS, ANSWERED
Dry body brushing is just like it sounds. You stroke a brush over your skin before you shower.
People use dry brushes to improve lymphatic drainage, reduce swelling, get rid of dead skin cells, improve circulation, reduce cellulite by breaking up the fascia, and improve skin texture. It also feels amazing, making it a favorite part of many people’s self-care routine.
If you look under your skin, you’ll see a system of organs, nodes, ducts, and vessels that aid your immune system. That’s your lymphatic system. Dry brushing helps to move lymph through this system, encouraging detoxification and overall great health.
The short answer is you can dry brush any time your skin is dry. We recommend brushing in the morning before you shower since dry brushing helps any products you use to penetrate a little better. But lots of our customers like to dry brush before bed too. It’s a relaxing ritual that can help you wind down and get ready to sleep.
Wash your brush on a regular basis. We recommend washing in soapy water at least once a week if you brush daily. Sit your brush out to dry in a well-ventilated place with the bristles facing down to prevent water from collecting on the handle.
Gently brush your skin once or twice a day.
After you get the hang of it you’ll probably spend 3-5 minutes on each session.
Sure thing! Give it a try with body oil after you shower.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a one size fits all answer for this. Some people with sensitive skin are able to dry brush without any side effects. Others find that dry brushing irritates their skin. We recommend sticking to a small area to see how you react before doing a full brushing session.
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