This is Why You Want to Try Dry Brushing

Have you ever heard of dry brushing? In this article, we'll tell you what it is and exactly what it can do for your skin.

Dry brushing literally means dry brushing. By using a dry brush, to exfoliate your skin, you remove dead skin cells. Brushing your skin clean would also improve your digestion, activate your lymphatic system and improve your skin texture. To achieve these results, however, you will have to find the right brush. In fact, this brush should have slightly harder bristles so that you do feel it while brushing the skin. Of course, the brush should not damage your skin or cause pain. Often you can find a suitable brush online.

Ancient ritual

Dry brushing is an ancient ritual that contributes to inner and outer beauty. Doing it regularly will improve the blood flow in your skin and remove waste products faster. Any stagnation of lymph fluid can be prevented. However, it is important to work from the bottom up while brushing.

How does it work?

Start with the soles of your feet and work your way up toward your ankles. From your ankles work towards your knee. Then continue the dry brushing by moving your brush from your knee toward your groin. Your belly is brushed by moving in a clockwise direction. Also at your arms and hands, you brush back up toward your armpits. So you can definitely think of dry brushing as a ritual. After brushing, jump in the shower to rinse off all the dead skin cells. Note that dry brushing is not suitable for everyone. For example, it is not recommended for women with eczema or sensitive skin.