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It is clear that you brush hair, but have you ever brushed your body? Not many of you have ever tried it and that's why this article is dedicated to the so-called dry brushing. This somewhat unusual massage technique, which has been practiced for centuries, is said to trigger pure well-being when used regularly.
The magic word for the brush massage is Detox! The skin is known to be our largest organ and it is through it that most toxins are excreted and this is where the method comes into play. By brushing the skin, the lymphatic system is activated, which is responsible for transporting toxins out of the body. Our body is thus cleaned from the inside. At the same time the method works like a peeling. Dead skin cells are removed, the pores are cleaned and even refined. Although the dry massage does not eliminate the hated cellulite, the improved blood circulation makes the skin plumper and rosier. In addition to a pleasant massage effect, the method also provides a real energy boost, which is caused by the increased blood circulation. Because of this stimulating effect, you should include dry brushing in your morning routine. When used in the evening, it can lead to problems falling asleep.
In order to fully enjoy the positive side effects of dry brushing, it is important to pay attention to a few things. Start with your feet and gradually work your way up. Make sure that you always brush towards your heart. Stroke the brush gently and in calm, sweeping movements, several times over your body. Whether in circular or long strokes is up to you. There is no right or wrong. Under no circumstances exert too much pressure, the skin must not be stressed too much. Round off your massage ritual with a cold shower to get the ultimate freshness kick.
Our tip: Our FSC bath brush is very suitable for a dry massage. The natural wild boar bristles provide a pleasant peeling and you can also massage hard-to-reach parts of the body with it.