Dry body brushing has been done for centuries by the Hunzas, Swedes and the Germans. This practice improves the circulation of the lymphatic system which is just under the skin and links to the lymph nodes which are under the armpits, behind the knees, in your neck and in your groin. The Lymphatic system has no pump like our heart which pumps our blood around. Skin tone is improved and cellulite is less likely to settle when constant stimulation is applied through exercise, massage or dry skin brushing as the toxins are prevented from pooling in stagnant areas.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPER USE: With the brush and body dry, start at the feet and with strokes always towards the heart, gradually work your way up doing about 5 strokes per area. You can start with a softer bristle with natural fibres to prevent static electricity (from plastic) and work up to a firmer brush as the stronger bristles are the most therapeutic. Finish with a shower which washes away your dead skin and toxins that have come to the surface of the skin.