Before women’s magazines were filled with ads for various cellulite-removing creams, women used dry brushing to make their skin smooth and beautiful.
This ancient Ayurvedic health and beauty technique will improve the function of your lymphatic system, help remove excess toxins from the body, boost your circulation, exfoliate your skin, speed up the regeneration of younger, healthier-looking skin and feel healthy, attractive and energetic.
Dry brushing exfoliates effectively dead skin cells. After dry brushing, the active substances in lotions or oils are more effective and absorption is also improved. This will leave you a soft and smooth skin. Best of all, it’s quick, easy, eco-conscious and very wallet-friendly too.
Start dry skin brushing and…
- You can banish dull, dry skin which seems to be aging much faster than it should be.
- Wave goodbye to unsightly cellulite which prevents you from wearing the kind of clothes you love.
- Overcome that sluggish feeling where you’re low on energy and lacking motivation, despite having a great night’s sleep.
- Prevent yourself from catching every cold and flu that’s going around during the winter season like you usually do.
Imagine all these benefits that dry skin brushing can have on the appearance of your skin, your overall health and your energy levels.
Most of these benefits come thanks to the positive effect that dry skin brushing has on the lymphatic system.
WHAT IS THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM?
The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs throughout the body which form part of your immune system. These include the tonsils, thymus, liver, spleen, lymph vessels, and lymph nodes. It plays a crucial role in keeping illness at bay, maintaining overall good health and helps improve the body’s ability to keep cancer at bay.
The lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump of its own, which is why it’s so important that we give it a helping hand. Through movements such as massage, physical exercise and dry skin brushing, we encourage the fluids of the lymphatic system to flow and help keep illness at bay.
Sadly, only a fraction of doctors discuss the health of the lymphatic system with their patients and acknowledge what a large role it plays in maintaining optimal health.
HOW TO DO DRY SKIN BRUSHING?
The most important thing to remember when beginning to dry brush is to choose a suitable brush. It should be made of natural bristles, be soft enough and feel comfortable on the skin. Dry skin brushing is always performed on dry skin and takes about 5 to 10 minutes. Brush with a swirling motion from bottom to top. You can also make alternating rotating movements and short strokes. It’s important that you always move towards your heart. Begin lightly. Gradually, your skin will get used to it and after that, you can increase the intensity based on how you feel. Do this daily.
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