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Cellulite Body Brush

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Cellulite Body Brush

Natural bristles for dry brushing & rubber nubs for massage

Quick Overview

Dry brushing is a form of exfoliation. It removes dead skin cells and helps to massage the skin improving circulation and tightening the skin. Some naturopathic doctors use dry brushing to help with bloating since it stimulates the lymphatic system which sheds excess water and toxins.

This brush also includes rubber nubs that penetrate deep into skin to break up fat deposits, draining excess fluids and releasing trapped toxins. It also increases blood flow to sluggish areas of the body.

Follow directions below.

Recommended for:

All skin types except senstive

Availability: In stock

$12.00
6 oz.
Dry brushing is a form of exfoliation. It removes dead skin cells and helps to massage the skin improving circulation and tightening the skin. Some naturopathic doctors use dry brushing to help with bloating since it stimulates the lymphatic system which sheds excess water and toxins. This brush also includes rubber nubs that penetrate deep into skin to break up fat deposits, draining excess fluids and releasing trapped toxins. It also increases blood flow to sluggish areas of the body. Follow directions below.
Natural bristles and beech wood
First use the bristle side of the brush for 5 minutes: 1. Start with your feet, moving in soft circular movements (always moving towards the heart) first on the bottom of the feet, and then on the top. 2. Work up each leg, one at a time, first the back of the leg (using the same soft circular, always towards the heart, movements) up through the buttock and then the front of the leg. Avoid any delicate skin, like the skin on the insides of the thighs. 3. After you are finished with the lower half, start at the fingertips of one arm; move up the arm (palms of hands, back of hands, forearm, biscep) and towards the heart. Repeat on other arm. 4. Move to the back working your movements towards your stomach, starting and finishing with one side of the back and then the other. 5. When you get to your stomach, start at your lower abdomen and work your way up and end at your chest in an upward stroke. Then, use the nub part of the brush for 3-5 minutes: 1. Use in circular motions on areas of cellulite. Massage the nubs into skin to the point of the deepest massage you can do without discomfort. 2. Skin may be pink to red after using. This is normal. Rinse off and shower as normal. Your brush should be cleaned at least once a week to prevent bacteria from building up. Wash the brush using a mild soap and warm water, hanging it to dry when you have washed it.