A lot of benefits of dry body brushing are not necessarily something you can only see… but also what you feel

A lot of benefits of dry body brushing are not necessarily something you can only see… but also what you feel. Dry body brushing stimulates the connective tissue attached to the capillaries sitting under the skin, to improve circulation travelling to the heart. It also assists the lymphatic flow around the body. The lymph relies on muscle movement to pass through the body so if you are not an active person, dry body brushing is a wonderful tool to stimulate the lymph flow so that you are ridding the body of waste and toxins daily. Some key benefits of dry body brushing are:
-Improves Lymphatic Drainage which removes metabolic wastes and dead cells from our internal system and return it to the bloodstream where it can be processed and removed from the body.
-Reduces Cellulite by speeding up metabolism, this helps break down the fatty deposits or toxins into the blood stream and release the waste from the body.
-Makes your skin glow because it is assisting the body in a number of functions like:
Exfoliates dry, rough skin, enabling moisturizing products (we recommend pure coconut oil) to readily absorb into the skin and opens pores to freely pass out toxins from the body.
Assists with stimulation of sweat and oil glands, contributing to the restoration of moist, supple skin.
Strengthen the skin pores by assisting with increased skin tone.
Gentle stretching of connective tissues from brushing helps to regenerate production of collagen and elastin fibres.
Alleviates vein and lymph congestion to reduce orange-peel appearance or cellulite.
Tips and Tricks for Dry Brushing:
-Always use a plant bristle body brush.
-Always brush on dry skin with dry brush bristles.
-Regularly clean your brush
-Stroke brush in one upward movement.
-Work from left to right, which is the natural direction when massaging the body.
Happy Brushing!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *