How To Dry Skin Brush Your Body And The Benefits

Hello to all my beautiful readers,

Today I’ll be sharing with you on how to dry skin brush your body and the benefits it has. So without any further ado let’s get on with this blog post shall we..

Dry Skin brushing is secret and it has been a part of Ayurveda’s cleansing philosophies. Ayurveda is a 5000 year old science originating from India, and is believed by many to be the oldest healing science.

Your skin is the largest organ in you body. One third of your body toxins are excreted through the skin and dry brushing help to unclog pores and excrete toxins that become trapped in the skin.

Dry skin brushing has so many health benefits and it’s just so simple to do.

Dry skin brushing sounds like it’s a miracle treatment. It’s supposed to give you softer and smoother skin, improve circulation, unblock pores, boost lymphatic drainage and reduce the appearance of cellulite.


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First you will need a good quality dry brush. Look for ones with bristles made from natural materials. Ideally, choose a brush with a long handle so you can reach your entire body.

As the name says dry skin brushing is done when your skin is dry. Before a shower is ideal.

Dry skin brushing should be done once daily for best results, or even twice a day if you prefer. Try incorporating it in to you daily morning routine. ( Avoid dry brushing at night as it may leave you feeling energised.)

Start at your feet and brush upwards in long, soft, smooth stokes. Move up your legs, and onto your stomach. Brush your arms, chest, back as well. When you are brushing you need to keep the idea of ‘brushing towards the heart.’ in mind.

Once you are done jump into the shower and rinse off. For best results you should moisturise you body after having a shower.




  • Reduce Cellulite
  • Improve Immune Health
  • Increase Circulation
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Exfoliate and Detox the Skin
  • Improve Organ function
  • Higher Energy Levels


Well I hope I got you all inspired to try some dry skin brushing. I have been doing it for about 2 weeks now and I can honestly say that it does make your skin softer and smoother. Let me know in the comments what your thoughts are on dry skin brushing.?

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Until next time

Kathryn x


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