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Dry brushing is an ancient technique to aid in the skin’s ability to release and remove toxins from the body.
After years as an Estheticain, I cannot express the importance of detoxifying your skin as it is one of the most important elimination organs in the body. Any toxic build up or imbalance that is going on inside of your body will reflect through your skin.

Between sweat and shedding of dead cells, our skin is hard at work 24/7 trying to eliminate the waste we accumulate. Sad part is, we often block our skins natural detoxifying process by putting chemical filled lotions and antiperspirants on every day.

The best way to see noticeable results in your health is to do things that help your body detoxify, instead of giving it more toxins (processed food, toxic personal care products, toxic cleaning products) to detoxify from. Dry brushing and sweating are two powerful ways we can detoxify our body for clear skin and high energy.

Having a body with as little toxic build up as possible results in radiant health, balanced hormones, glowing skin, and freedom from any illness or disease.  The best part is, it’s easy, cheap, takes little time, and the result is a less toxic body and smooth skin – done and done.

Full Body Detoxification

The lymphatic system is like the “garbage disposal of the body.” The only way it can take the toxins and fluids that are accumulated throughout our day is through our movement and touch stimulation. If we are not moving or massaging/brushing each day, our garbage is not getting taken out. Without movement and touch, the lymphatic fluid and toxins get blocked in the lymph instead of leaving the body.

Beautiful Benefits of Dry Brushing:

dry-brushing1. Increased circulation throughout the body which could possibly reduce the appearance of cellulite as the dry skin brush helps break down unwanted toxins.

2. Dry body brushing removes dead skin cells which encourages cell renewal. This results in smoother and brighter skin.

3. Stimulates nerve endings in the skin which completely rejuvenates the nervous system.

4. Cleans the lymphatic system. Detoxification occurs first and foremost through the lymph which is part of our immune system. In other words, a strong lymphatic system = stronger immune system.

5. It helps with muscle tone and gives you a more even distribution of fat deposits.

Dry Brush for glowing skin, cellulite, and stretch marks!6. Dry skin brushing helps your skin to absorb nutrients by eliminating clogged pores. Healthy, breathing skin contributes to overall body health.

The ‘How To’s’ and Getting Started:

dry-brushing-woman1. Dry brushes can be purchased at most health food stores. Make sure to buy a natural, NOT a synthetic, bristle brush.

2. Skin brushing can be preformed once a day, preferably in the morning.

3. The brushing should be done prior to a bath or shower with your body completely dry.

4. Brush your skin in long strokes starting from the bottom of your feet upwards, and from the hands towards the shoulders. Always brush towards the heart.

 

 

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17 Response Comments

  • Kathy/holyvacationqueen.com  March 31, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    Love the dry brushing! You are reminding me to restart the habit!! Visiting from Christian Women Bloggers!

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  • Kathy/holyvacationqueen.com  March 31, 2016 at 6:51 pm

    Ps love the video too!! And the reasons to dry brush..

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  • Tara Jones Wohlford  April 1, 2016 at 9:58 am

    I have done this a handful of times. I am nervous about doing it wrong and causing damage. Is this possible? I need to learn to do it right. Thanks for the info!

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  • CouponDivaAndi  April 1, 2016 at 10:24 am

    SO many great benefits of dry brushing!gotta start doin that again 🙂

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  • Prairie Gal Cookin’  April 5, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    Very interesting! I had no idea – Thank you for sharing!

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  • Betsy  September 15, 2016 at 4:55 am

    I tried brushing to remove toxins from my lymph nodes, what I didn’t expect is all the trash it brought out of my lungs. I had recently quit smoking and was amazed by that instant body response. It definitely gets things moving out. So you really don’t need referenced facts, it’s cheap enough to try it and see how it makes you feel. The only problem I have with brushing is that every time I do it, my cats come out of nowhere and get right under my feet thinking they should be brushed too.

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