THE PRACTICE OF DRY BRUSHING ACTIVATES YOUR LYMPHATIC SYSTEM TO AWAKEN THE FACE AND SUPPORT OVERALL SKIN HEALTH FROM WITHIN.
Smooths fine lines and brightens appearance
Reduces puffiness and dark circles
Detoxifies to help congested skin
Tones + firms skin
Gently exfoliates and sloughs off dead skin cells
For a complete facial workout with transformative results, we recommend practicing facial brushing on dry skin, first thing every morning.
WHY DRY BRUSHING WORKS
The body’s lymphatic system has a few main functions, including being responsible for ridding the body of toxins through lymph fluid, which carries waste away from tissues via an extensive system of vessels. A buildup of lymph fluid in the face can result in dull, tired-looking, puffy skin. Through the action of gentle dry brushing, lymph fluid held in facial tissue just below the surface of the skin is pushed into lymph vessels, travel to the lymph nodes, and is expelled from the body.
For Acne:When there is a lot of inflammation on the skin or under the skin’s surface - ie cystic acne - our lymph nodes swell. This happens because they are acting as a factory that produce and store white blood cells and immune cells that create a defence. Dry brushing will help move lymph along the channel and clear up any excess white blood cells and inflammation near the cystic lesions - helping them to shrink faster, and reduce pain.
HOW TO USE
ABOUT THE BRUSH
We have collaborated with Sweden’s IRIS HANTVERK to bring you a brush consciously hand-crafted by their collective of visually impaired artisans.
The oak handle is certified responsibly forested, and the goat hair bristles come from a chain of reliable suppliers. The owners of Iris hantverk have been purchasing from their supplier for over 40 years and take a personal interest in the collection and quality of the material. They provide the same materials to large retailers across the globe who have strict regulations around the ethical collection of animal materials, and Iris Hantverk complies with all of them. The goats are never killed for their hair, they are shorn similar to the way that wool is collected from sheep.
Do not get brush wet. Do not wash with soap and water. Store in a dry place. To clean, sprinkle bristles with clay or cornstarch. Massage into bristles gently and then shake out all powder. Repeat weekly to absorb and remove dirt + oil.
The handle can be re-oiled as needed. Minimal bristle shedding is normal for first use.
Do not use on damp or wet skin
Do not use on irritated, extremely sensitive, broken or sunburned skin.