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Dry Body Brush

Dry Body Brush

Regular price $15.00 NZD
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The veto. Dry Body Brush is a completely natural way to gently exfoliate, removing dead skin cells, while increasing circulation and stimulating the lymphatic system to help detoxification. The coconut string handle provides good grip with sustainable timber and a cotton cord.

Why the dry Body Brush?

  • Plastic Free
  • Ethically handmade
  • Made from 100% recycled wood
  • Biodegradable
  • Natural exfoliant (gently removing dry skin cells)
  • Increases circulation (for a healthy glow all year around)
  • Enhances skin detoxification (stimulating your lymphatic system)
  • Stress relief (the gentle pressure of brushing has a calming effect)
  • After showering, begin sweeping your feet, starting with the soles of your feet as this area has many little nerve endings that need to be stimulated
  • Continue brushing up your legs
  • Proceed to your hands moving up your arms
  • From your neck stroke down towards your heart
  • Use circular clockwise strokes on your abdomen - This follows the path of your colon and helps stimulate elimination.
  • Brush upwards from your lower back and down from your neck

For a long-lasting brush, the bristles of your dry body brush will need some love and should be washed on a semi regular basis (weekly if you use the brush daily), with just two ingredients:

    1.   Run hot water onto the Wonder Bar while filling a small bowl.

    2.  A few drops of organic essential oils such as tea tree oil - for its natural antibacterial properties. Or, Peppermint - for its disinfectant qualities, blood circulation and its particularly pleasant aroma.

Simply add the soap and your preferred essential oils in a small bowl filled with water - ensuring the water line is slightly lower than the bristles are. It is essential to keep the walnut wood dry to maintain the integrity of the brush. Gently swirl the bristles around a few times, shake off any excess water and leave to dry in a open-aired space with bristles facing down. Ensure the entire brush is dry before using.

A few tips:

  • Shake or tap your brush over a bin to release any dead skin.
  • Although we love sharing, keep your brush your own.
  • Keep your brush in a dry place, away from moisture.
  • Wash your brush once a week.
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