If you’re wondering what dry brushing is and it’s origins we are looking forward to sharing our research and knowledge with you.
You brush your hair, your teeth and even your eyebrows but are you forgetting one of the most important areas? Your skin! Yep, that’s right. Your skin is the largest organ on the body, yet its care is often overlooked. Dry brushing (or body brushing) not only exfoliates the skin leaving it silky smooth, but according to many dermatologists, it can even stimulate lymphatic drainage.
So what is it exactly? Dry brushing is exactly as it sounds, brushing your skin using a coarse brush to stimulate blood flow and exfoliate. Not only is it a great way to remove dead skin and dirt from pores, cleansing the skin but we find it a great stress reducer, like a relaxing topical massage. Although gaining popularity, dry brushing has been around for centuries practiced by many cultures as a way to remove dead skin.
Find out more about the benefits of dry brushing here or to learn about what body brush is right for you and tips on how to best use a body brush go here.
Combine dry brushing with a single blade, premium zero waste safety razor from Ritology for the perfect ritual resulting in your smoothest skin yet.