A natural bristle brush or a loofah loosens and removes dead skin cells and is invigorating part of natural holistic purification hygeine. Most people think of using a brush on your skin as a scratching and annoying. If you suffer from acne or roscea you can bet these areas will not benefit from the treatment but the rest of the skin will.
Dry brushing unclogs the pores and sloughs off dead cells
While it’s not a treatment you’d use every week or every month, once or twice a year can do a body wonders. It energizes and gives a boost to skin cell renewal Dry brushing is used on the whole body as an exfoliation and massage treatment. It’s invigorating and it has calming effects. Using a loofah may generally be used more often on your body during the times you bath or shower after the loofah is wet.
Dry brushing is done by careful hands is a repetitive brushing has a purging action. Dry winter skin is often ignored and lotion only goes so far. Used as a sort of tonic dry brushing also aids digestion, stimulates bowel, reduces anxieties, fibromyalgia, headaches, is a step to relaxing fascia, stimulates injuries such as bruised or strained muscles, and joint paint done with a sense of comfort and caring by a health practitioner. Areas of burns and open wounds should be avoided or addressed as healed.
In some instances moisturizing creams, lotions and oils are applied after dry brushing, but purists believe the skin should be allowed a period of adjustment to naturally heal and calm on its own. No lotion, deodorants for a given period of time usually 24-48 hours. Most body owners take it out for a periodic cleansing through purification therapies fasts and cleansing diets are not the only way.
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