Dry skin brushing: An extremely useful method that costs nothing
It's safe to use a hairbrush and a toothbrush everyday, but did you know that these two precious brushes can be of great help to your home beauty care? Dry skin brushing is a method that is becoming more and more popular all over the world, and in the next few lines we will present the benefits of this modern method.
The dry brushing process involves brushing the dry skin of the body with a dry brush and this should be done daily for 3-5 minutes. The purpose of this "beauty" ritual is to massage the skin, which helps to remove dead cells and accelerate the flow of oxygen into the cells. To achieve a scrub effect, it is recommended to treat the skin with a brush of natural materials with a slightly firmer natural hair. It is best to perform the treatment before taking a shower.
5 benefits of dry skin brushing:
1. Removes dead skin cells
This effect is visible already after the first treatment. After dry brushing, the skin is soft, supple and naturally cleansed of cells that the body has rejected.
2. Helps in lymphatic drainage
Many lymphatic vessels are located just below the skin, those who have tried dry brushing of the skin say that it stimulates normal lymphatic flow and helps the body to carry out the detoxification process naturally.
3. Apparently reduces cellulite
Although there is no evidence that this method actually reduces cellulite, many users claim that they have achieved certain results in this way when it comes to reducing cellulite.
4. Cleans and reduces pores
Use a smaller, gentler face brush as it can help you remove grease and impurities from the pores, and can therefore reduce their size and soothe the skin.
5. Increases energy levels
Dry brushing is great for increasing energy levels, so it is recommended that you use this method as part of your morning “beauty” routine. The reason for the increase in energy levels is thought to be that dry brushing accelerates the flow of oxygen into the cells, and this increases energy levels.
* If you experience any discomfort or irritation during or after the dry brushing process, you may not have chosen the right brush or method for you. Try changing your brush, and if you still feel these symptoms change your method. There are numerous methods in the world for your home “beauty” treatments, so always choose the one that suits you perfectly.