Dry brushing has nothing to do with your hair. Dry brushing is a skincare technique where you, well, brush your skin prior to showering. I know, that sounds counterintuitive, since most of us slather our skin with lotions, oils, and other serums in order to retain moisture and to keep it soft, supple, and smooth-looking. Running a rough brush over the skin sounds damaging and uncomfortable. But trust me — dry brushing feels great. It stimulates circulation, it exfoliates, and it leads to your best skin. Seriously. It's also a beauty trick that helps you relax and feel somewhat zen in the morning.
I started to dry brush around once a week or so, and it's honestly better than a wake up cup of caffeine. The brush makes my skin tingle, and feels like it gets the blood flowing. I am not going to get into the scientific arguments related to all of the benefits of dry brushing, I'm just telling you that from experience? It's awesome.
While morning routines are chaotic and busy by nature, dry brushing doesn't add too much time to your regimen, it's good for your skin and your body, and it doesn't need to (and shouldn't) be done daily.
Remember that you should only dry brush your body, not your face or your chest area. Take care to avoid any areas with broken, sensitive, and damaged skin. Stick to your extremities.
Here are five reasons that dry brushing is something you should add to your morning routine.
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