• Lymphatic Dry
    Skin Brushes

    Improve your health and the appearance of your skin.

Dry Skin Brushing:

Our company was created in 1991 because of the importance of dry skin brushing and a lack of natural, stiff-bristled brushes in the marketplace. We consider ourselves the leader in the market with our product line made of coconut fiber. Our coconut fiber skin brush comes in four sizes. Each brush is individually handcrafted in Sri Lanka in a cottage industry. See below for other benefits to dry skin brushing.

What is Dry Skin Brushing?

Skin brushing, dry skin brushing, or lymphatic skin brushing all refer to the same process which contributes to good health and improved lymphatic drainage. Skin is the largest elimination organ of the body and brushing the skin encourages the lymph fluid, which contains infection-fighting white blood cells, to move. This gives a helping hand to the lymphatic drainage system that removes toxins and metabolic waste from the body. Brushing also exfoliates and cleanses the skin and improves skin radiance. A dry brush should contain natural, stiff bristles. See below for instructions on how to use a dry brush.

The benefits to dry skin brushing:

Strengthens the immune system and improves overall health by stimulating lymph and blood circulation for the removal of impurities.
Cleans pores which allows for metabolic waste to be released.
Reduces the appearance of cellulite and improves muscle tone by softening and distributing fat deposits more evenly within the skin’s tissues.
Promotes clear skin by exfoliating dead layers of skin. Increases cell renewal to reveal softer, more youthful and resilient skin.
Improves skin texture and tightens loose skin.
Stimulates nerve endings in skin which is beneficial for the nervous system.
Activates normal healing pathways throughout your body.

How to Use a Dry Brush

It is always best to brush your skin in the shower or bath before getting wet and always avoid cuts, rashes and wounds.

Brush your entire body (except face) using short, light, frequent strokes toward the heart. Begin with the soles of the feet followed by ankles and calves, working your way up your front and back. Then do your hands, arms, underarms chest and upper back always remembering to focus the brush strokes towards your heart.

Rinse before initial use to remove any loose fibers; shake off excess water and hang to dry. Clean brush with hot water and soap or soak in hot water with a few drops of tea tree essential oil.

To learn more about the lymphatic system, read Kim Ann Zimmermann’s article on www.livescience.com
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