#1: Lymphatic Support
Your lymphatic system is a massive and highly important part of your immune system. It includes vessels, ducts, lymph nodes, and organs. Since many of your lymph vessels run right below your skin, dry skin brushing stimulates your normal lymph flow.
Therefore, brushing aids the body with detoxing in a natural way.
It is common knowledge that exfoliating several times a week is a great way to cleanse the skin from dead cells and dirt. This wisdom, however, is often only used in regards to facial exfoliation and skincare. Dry skin brushing applies this same awareness to the body, giving the same effect of cleansing and rejuvenating the skin. To achieve this result, all you need is a natural and firm bristled brush which will remove dead skin cells in an organic way.
#3: Clear Pores:
Another bonus to adding to the list, along with removing dead skin, brushing also clears out pores. The tough bristles of the brushwork well-unclogging dirt, oil, and residue from the pores. Take into account that you will need a softer brush for your face as the face is much more sensitive, while the rest of the body will benefit from a firmer pressure.
#4: Reduces Cellulite:
Although no conclusive research has been conducted about this benefit, many have claimed to see a noticeable improvement in the appearance of cellulite. However, cellulite is something that everyone has naturally and is not a flaw. It will improve the appearance and feel of skin in brightness and softness, however.
An essential part of your daily care routine, whilst enjoying the benefits of your HOME DETOX with Sanctuary Wellness