This time we want to talk to you about a special beauty treatment, dry brushing, but what exactly is it?
With the various beauty treatments in continuous growth, in this period one in particular is becoming popular, the dry brushing.
But what exactly is it and how does it work? Read on to discover this innovative technique.
Dry brushing: a pampering for your skin
Dry brushing consists of one dry brushing. By doing this it will be possible to eliminate dry and dull skin.
Dry brushing is nothing more than a form of mechanical exfoliation and consists in rubbing a dry body brush on the skin, or a sponge for those with sensitive skin. This treatment is carried out for gently remove dead cells on the skin surface. Now you ask yourself, is this treatment really good for the skin? According to experts, exfoliation can make the skin more radiant and improve the effectiveness of skin care products by increasing their absorption. It is as if it were a way to prepare the skin for hydration. If you have sensitive skin and you are having a hard time finding a body scrub that is right for you, dry brushing can be a good alternative to help you maintain a smooth, soft and healthy look, without depriving your skin of essential hydration.
If you’ve never tried this treatment, we suggest you test a flap of skin first to see how it responds. It is advisable use the dry brush on clean, dry skin just before the shower. Once you have determined that it is safe to dry brush the whole body, start at the feet and work your way up to the chest. Move the body brush in a circular motion and with extreme delicacy. Pay particular attention to areas that can be particularly dry, such as the feet, elbows and knees.
As for frequency, there is no right or wrong answer. Some people can tolerate it daily exfoliationwhile others may need to do it alone once or twice a week. The important thing is to realize how your skin reacts after dry brushing. Only then will you be able to determine what works best for you. Maybe start with dry brushing once a week.
But the work doesn’t stop when you finish with dry brushing. Indeed, it is necessary to get rid of peeling skin. Just step into the shower and cleanse your body as you usually do. All you have to do is apply a nourishing body lotion to damp skin to help hydrate it. Since brushing your face dry isn’t the best, use a scrub to exfoliate your face. Once this is done, you can apply a moisturizer to damp skin to reap the full benefits. Obviously, like all other beauty tools, remember to clean the brush after each use. You can clean it using a mild soap and be sure to store it in a place where it can dry completely.