DRY BRUSHING is an excellent exfoliation and helps in the treatment of cellulite, cleanses pores, and promotes lymph flow, which leads to natural detoxification of the body, as well as many other benefits. Some girls even practice it before shaving to prevent cuts and ingrown hairs.
How often should we practice dry body brushing?
Dry body brushing should be practiced every day, but it is also quite ok 2 to 3 times a week.
Who should avoid this treatment?
Dry brushing should be avoided if you have extra sensitive skin (because the bristles on the brush should be rough), eczema, or psoriasis if your skin is “damaged” due to allergies or burns after sunbathing. If you have a wound on the body, you should skip that part when brushing, and if you have any problems with the heart or lymphatic system, be sure to consult your doctor first.
How is dry body brushing practiced?
Dry brushing of the body should cover the entire body, before showering. Start with brushing from the feet and legs, movements upwards, towards the heart. Since the brush itself is rougher, do not put too much pressure on the skin, especially in more sensitive places. Brush your stomach, shoulders, elbows, knees, and wrists in a circular motion clockwise. The hands should be brushed as well as the legs, with long and straight strokes towards the heart. Be especially gentle with the neck and chest because of the more sensitive skin. Given that this region is above the heart, the strokes should be straight, down, towards the heart. Dry brushing ends with a few circular strokes around the heart.
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