The Dry Massage Body Brush:
As the name implies, you always start on dry skin.
The best time to dry brush is in the morning, just before a shower.
Start gently 2x per week in and allow your skin to get used to it. As your skin adjusts, you can do it every morning if you like.
It should be performed firmly once you are comfortable with it.
Start on your feet and continue towards your head. Always dry brush following your heart direction.
On your stomach and joints perform round, clockwise motions.
Use long strokes on your arms and legs towards the heart.
Follow with a hydrating body oil or moisturizer. Never brush over skin that is broken (i.e. cuts, acne breakouts, sunburns, sores etc.) Don’t brush over areas of redness, inflammation or infection. Stop dry brushing if skin becomes irritated or inflamed and do NOT use the brush on your face.
The Back Wash Pad:
- Wet wash pad and apply body wash or soap.
- Gently move across the back side of the body paying special attention to dry patches.
- Hang from handle to dry.
The Body Wash Pads:
Wet wash pad and apply body wash or soap. Gently rub all over the body paying special attention to dry patches.