Dry Skin Brushing is incredibly simple and fast to do, and brings healthy benefits. Skin Brushing has been practiced through the ages but has become a lost art in recent years.
St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Dry Skin Brushing is incredibly simple and fast to do, and brings healthy benefits. Skin Brushing has been practiced through the ages but has become a lost art in recent years. Sublime Beauty has introduced it to thousands this year.
"We have a website devoted just to Skin Brushing," says Kathy Heshelow, founder of Sublime Beauty®. "We explain why it is beneficial, how to do it, what is important to know and even things like the latest celebrities and models who are Skin Brushing fans."
Some of those celebrities who have discussed Skin Brushing recently are Salma Hayek, Miranda Kerr, Stacy Keibler and Molly Sims. Madonna, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Aniston are among other reported to Skin Brush.
Typically one uses a long-handled Skin Brush such as one Sublime Beauty® offers, but for travel, the company developed a great portable Skin Brush with handy pouch that can be tucked into any bag, luggage, purse or even gym bag.
To Skin Brush, always brush on absolutely dry skin with movements towards the heart. Typically one starts at the feet and works up the body, followed by a shower or bath. Brush the entire body except the face, but avoid any open sores.
Skin Brushing clears dead cells and toxins from the skin so it can function as it should. As we age, we are unable to throw off these cells so skin functioning can be reduced.
Skin Brushing also helps boost blood circulation and move the lymphatic system. These actions are key to assisting the immune system. The lymphatic system doesn't have a natural pump and toxins that accumulate can cause disease.
Other benefits of brushing the body include managing cellulite and boosting the mood.
Skin Brushing helps maintain well-being during travels, and Sublime Beauty® sends a brochure to each purchaser explaining how and why. The brochure is sent to the email in which the order is placed.
"We would like Skin Brushing to become as common as teeth brushing," says Heshelow.