sisal body brush
Whether practiced as a daily ritual, a weekly indulgence or an occasional pleasure, dry brushing holds the power to transform.
Give your body a most excellent exfoliation while invigorating the nervous system with a Dry Brushing Self Ceremony.
This traditional Japanese-style brush is made with hand-harvested sisal fibers and wood, totally plastic-free.
For best results:
- Use on dry skin.
- Begin with light, gentle brush strokes and adapt to match the sensitivity of your skin.
- Start at the extremities, brush in short brisk strokes from the tips of the fingers, toes and soles.
- Brush inwards from the outermost points of your body, working rhythmically in short, and gentle strokes, always towards the heart: upwards on the limbs and downwards on the chest and upper back.
- Brush counterclockwise around the belly and spend extra time on any stagnant areas such as the inner thighs or underarms.
- After dry brushing, follow your usual process of bathing, and be sure to moisturize thoroughly. The exfoliating effects of dry brushing allow body lotions and oils to penetrate the skin more effectively. Hydrating with a body oil after dry brushing will further support circulation, reduce stress and let you bask in even more self love.
Dimensions: 9”/ 23 cm
-> Read our blog post on dry brushing as a ritual for renewal.
To clean your brush: clean the bristles several times with a dry cloth or tap the brush on the sink basin, in order to remove any skin particles. You can also spray with water + 5 drops of tea tree essential oil. Let air dry. Don't submerge brush completely in water and avoid wetting the wood. It’s important to get the brush dry as quickly as possible.