Lymphatic massage with dry brush
The skin is the largest organ of the body and is one of the elimination organs. It is therefore also called the third kidney.
A regular, supportive dry brush massage increases the elimination of harmful substances.
Dry brushing supports the detoxification process. During brushing, the skin is exfoliated and impurities are removed. It also stimulates the sweat glands, which eliminate toxins from the skin through sweat.
Our dry brush consists of 100% natural bristles and the wood is made of oiled beech. The bristles of the brush are medium to hard, so it is not suitable for those with sensitive skin.
Our dry brush is particularly suitable in combination with our Lymph Flow. Lymph Flow is an essential oil blend of eucalyptus, cypress and rosemary, which also supports the removal of excess fat, protein and water deposits.
Benefits of a dry brush massage
- Promotes blood circulation
- Acts like an exfoliant, improving the appearance of the skin.
- The body massage stimulates the nervous system – stress is reduced.
- Reduces the appearance of cellulite by increasing blood flow.
Step 1: Spread 4-5 drops of Lymph Flow in the palms of your hands
Step 2: Circular movements or starting on the top of your feet
Step 3: Legs, hands and arms, brushing towards the heart
Step 4: Brush your back, shoulders and neck
Step 5: Larger counter-clockwise movements on abdomen
Step 6: Then brush lightly over your breasts, avoiding nipples
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