How to Attain Glowing, Healthy Skin and Feel Better For Less than a $20 Investment Today, says Sublime Beauty

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Dry Skin Brushing supports the largest organ of the body and other functions while helping skin to look and feel healthy. Sublime Beauty® offers tips on Skin Brushing.

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"I want Skin Brushing to become as common as teeth brushing, and have everyone reap the benefits of well-being," says Heshelow.

Sometimes the simplest ways are overlooked in the quest for better health and beauty. Dry Skin Brushing is very simple and easy, and brings enormous benefits to well-being, says Kathy Heshelow, founder of Sublime Beauty.

What is Skin Brushing? It is the act of brushing your dry skin in motions towards the heart to release toxins and dead cells, release endorphins, boost blood circulation, assist the lymphatic system and more. All that is needed is a natural-bristled brush, preferrably with a long handle for ease in reaching everywhere!

"We chose our Skin Brush with light-weight wood so it would be easy to handle, natural bristles and as a bonus, nubbed massagers on the reverse side for cellulite massage," says Heshelow. "For under $20, you can start a daily routine to feel and look better."

Sublime Beauty® sends a 6 page report about Skin Brushing to customers 24 hours after the brush ships, so they can learn more and be ready to start. There is also a website dedicated to Skin Brushing from the company as well.

Some basic pointers about Skin Brushing:

1) Brush on absolutely dry skin, typically starting at the feet and working your way up. Brush everything except the face.

2) Use medium strokes - brushing should feel good.

3) Many stand in the shower and brush first, and then the toxins can be washed away easily.

4) Don't brush over open sores, and don't share your brush with others.

The Sublime Beauty® Skin Brush is available through Amazon, used for its excellent shipping, customer service and warehousing capabilities.

"I want Skin Brushing to become as common as teeth brushing, and have everyone reap the benefits of well-being," says Heshelow.

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