07 Jan '14, 10am

Skincare 101: Dry Brushing

Starting from your ankles, gently brush your skin, moving up and in towards your heart; along your body’s natural lymphatic flows. After you’re done with your legs, brush your stomach, arms and shoulders. Make sure you are using light but firm strokes. Make long, sweeping strokes on your arms, legs, and your sides, but use circular strokes for your underarms, wrists, and ankles. Don’t brush too hard! It’s normal for your skin to be a bit pink afterwards, but it shouldn’t be red or too sensitive to touch. After brushing, take a shower or bath to fully clean your skin and rinse off any shedding. Make sure to follow with oil or moisturizer! If you are new to skin brushing, it’s recommended that you do it only around 3 times a week until you know how your skin will take the treatment. Once you’re a pro, you can brush every day if you want to! Just make sure you give your skin ...

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