Giving It The Brush Off from Temple Spa promotes dry body brushing to revive dull, lifeless skin, as well as boost circulation, remove toxins and help reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Dry brushing skin is an ancient spa practice that has many benefits. The skin is the largest organ of our bodies and so it makes sense to use this wonderful treatment at home. Dry skin brushing is said to help improve skin texture by increasing circulation, eliminating dead skin cells, and helping to give your whole body a detoxing spa experience. Body brushing will to help you feel totally revived and give your skin back its healthy glow.
Giving it the brush off Key Benefits:
- Improve skin texture
- Eliminate dead skin cells
- Gives skin a healthy glow
How to use: Follow this routine daily or every 3-5 days for 5 minutes a day to invigorate and energise. On dry skin, before you shower or bathe, take the brush in the palm of your hand. Start brushing at the feet and work up the legs, using gentle, sweeping movements towards the heart. Then work on your hands and move up the arms the over shoulders, back and body.
To prepare the skin for a fake tan: thorough exfoliation ensures an even tan that will last longer. Before exfoliating in the shower, body brush your entire body from feet upwards, avoiding the face, neck and sensitive areas of the chest.
Not suitable for sensitive or broken skin. Avoid use on face and neck. Not suitable for children. Consult your midwife or GP for suitability during pregnancy.
Beech wood, nylon bristles.
When should Giving It The Brush off be used?
Before bathing or showering.
Is Giving It The Brush suitable for vegetarians and vegans?
Yes, this does not contain any animal derived components.
Can Giving It The Brush be used on the whole body?
No. It should not be used on the face or neck or any sensitive areas.
How should I body brush?
Start brushing at the feet and work up the legs, using gentle, sweeping movements towards the heart. Then work on your hands and move up the arms the over shoulders, back and body.
Should I use Giving It The Brush Off on wet or dry skin?
We recommend using it on dry skin before bathing or showering.
Are Temple Spa products tested on animals?
No. Animal testing is now illegal in Europe and has been for some time.
Can Giving It The Brush Off be used during pregnancy?
Please consult your midwife or GP for suitability during pregnancy.
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