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Dry Brushing for Exfoliation & Cellulite Reduction
Skin brushing can eliminate or drastically reduce the appearance of cellulite by helping release those fat deposits under the skin. Cellulite is a toxic fat buildup that wrinkles and dimples the skin so by dry brushing these areas it will help break up those waste deposits by moving the lymph.

Reduce Ingrown Hairs and Relieve Razor Bumps
Dry brushing will uncover newer, softer skin cells so hairs can penetrate through more easily. A quick scrub before each shower improves cell turnover, which means fewer clogged pores so that hairs can grow out normally.

Take your pre-shower scrub to the next level by dry brushing for a minimum of 3 minutes, 2-3 times a week and this will do away with those irritating in grown-hairs and smooth out razor bumps.

Lymphatic Flow and Toxic Release
Dry brushing stimulates your lymphatic system speeding up the flow of lymph and helping it move toxins and cellular waste out of the body. This directly contributes to a stronger immune system and a healthier body.

If your lymphatic system isn’t working well, waste and toxins build up being the main reason for inflammation and disease.

Skin brushing your body a few minutes a day can really help support your body to detoxify itself naturally.

Calming to the Nervous System which Reduces Anxiety and Stress
Dry skin brushing is very rejuvenating to the nervous system by stimulating nerve endings in the skin. Since you’re actually brushing over most of your skin, your lymphatic system responds well and you receive a whole body mini-acupressure workout which can be very relaxing.

Dry brushing is considered meditative, especially if you do the activity in a quiet area of the home as it not only reduces muscle tension, it calms the mind and relieves the stresses of the day. Some people compare the activity to a light whole-body massage.

Dry Brush (Cellulite & Lymphatic Massage)

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