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Palm Dry Body Brush | Detoxifying Wellness Ritual

Sale price$17.95

Ethically Handmade in Sri Lanka from sisal, a fibre made from the leaves of the succulent Agave Sisalana, our Palm Dry Body Brush brings an array of holistic benefits when incorporated with our cleanse. 

Dry body brushing is commonly used to support the body’s natural lymphatic drainage system, aiding in detoxification and rejuvenation. By incorporating dry brushing into our parasite cleansing routine, we can help to support our body's natural detoxification processes, stimulating the lymphatic system, which is a crucial part of the immune system. The lymphatic system helps to remove toxins and waste from the body, including those released during a parasite cleanse.

The brushing action promotes blood circulation, which can help in the efficient transportation of nutrients and removal of waste products, including those associated with parasites.

A handy brochure on dry body brushing technique is included with your brush. Our brushes are all ethically hand made in Sri Lanka by a small family run business that prides itself on crafting beautiful, sustainable, handmade brushes whilst providing much needed employment and skills training for local women. The FairTrade cause provides employment, bonuses and funding for their retirement and also provides a creche so that the women are able to work - empowering them to become strong, supported and independent. 

Meet The Makers

Our Brushes are handmade in Sri Lanka by a small family run business that prides itself on crafting beautiful, sustainable, brushes whilst providing much needed employment and skills training for local women.

Buying FairTrade means you are contributing to the financial support and freedom for these women so that they may have independence and options. Purchases like yours has resulted in funding for an onsite creche, providing toys and learning resources for the children of these women.

Thankyou for choosing FairTrade x

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How to Dry Body Brush

Step 1

Begin at your feet and brush upwards, moving towards your heart. This is the direction your lymphatic fluid flows, and we want to work with our body, not against it. Use long, firm strokes and avoid back-and-forth or circular motions. 

Ethical Dry Body Brush used in the Bathroom

How to Dry Body Brush

Step 2

When you reach your stomach and armpits, where there are more lymph nodes, go a little easy. These areas can be more sensitive, so gentler strokes work best here.

Ethical Dry Body Brush used in the Bathroom

How to Dry Body Brush

Step 3

Lastly, timing is everything. Dry brushing is best done in the morning before your shower. This way, you can wash off the dead skin cells that you've just brushed away, and then complete your routine with a beautiful body oil like Almond or Jojoba.

Ethical Dry Body Brush used in the Bathroom

Remember!

Aim for three to five minutes a day of brushing with gentle but steady pressure — just enough to stimulate the lymphatic system and exfoliate your skin without causing any damage.

Always remember to go with the flow. That means brushing toward your heart. 

And avoid any areas with cuts, wounds, or severe inflammation.