Dry Brushing Therapy: Face and Body



The skin is stimulated by brushing it with dry brush in the venous flow, beginning from the fingers and toes to the heart. The process transports foreign bacteria, the toxic waste matters and excess fluid to the lymph nodes. Bodily health and skin appearance are improved.


The Effects of Dry Skin Brushing
  1. Stimulates the lymphatic circulation
    Many of our lymph vessels which are located in our skins are directly affected by skin brushing, and about 60-70% of the lymph vessels are on the skin.
  2. Protects the body immunity
    The lymphatic system is the first line of defense against disease on the cellular level. The lymphatic system helps to transport immune cells throughout the body.
  3. Stimulates blood circulation
    Hyperemia (excess blood flow in an area) increases oxygen and nutrient to skin. Blood circulation are also stimulate in the body organs.
  4. Tones the Muscles
  5. Aids intestinal tract movement
    Improve digestion and bowel movement
  6. Removes dead skin layers and improve skin texture and tone.
    Excessive dead cells are removed to promote cell renewal. Skin gains radiant and is more firm.
  7. Aids in reducing cellulite


Contra-Indications
  • Any person affected by any kind of infection or infection-related illnesses. Stimulating lymph can lead to the spread of infection
  • Any skin conditions that are contagious, infected, open, discharging fluid, or inflamed (red, hot, swollen, painful)
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiac problem
  • Hypertension
  • Thyroid disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Severe varicose veins
  • Pregnancy