- Exfoliates the skin
- Revitalizes the skin
- Promotes blood circulation
This type of natural sisal fibre brushes are used for deep exfoliation and skin massage. They are frequently used dry and this type of rough exfoliation may take some time to get used to, but it is a good way to eliminate dead skin and reveal the fresher, softer skin underneath. A sisal brush may also be used wet, in the shower, for slightly more gentle exfoliation.
Application: Whether the brush is used wet or dry, it is best to begin with a gentle scrubbing motion until the skin becomes more used to the exfoliation of the sisal bristles, and then more pressure can be applied for a deeper exfoliating massage. Because the sisal brush may also be able to improve circulation, always brush it in the direction of the heart. Use firm and long strokes with circular movements. If the bristles are too hard for your skin, leave the brush in hot water for 10 minutes. Be really careful if you have sensitive skin. Avoid eye area. Do not use on damaged or irritated skin.
Features: Japanese Brushes are ideal for wet or dry gentle exfoliation. They will reach those hard-to-reach areas easily and they are also perfect to remove dead cells and to give the skin a healthy and luminous appearance. They can be used on other rough places, such as the knees or feet, or even all over the body for a full-body exfoliating treatment. They should not be used on more sensitive areas like the face.
Maintainance: To keep in good condition rinse after each use, shake and hang to dry.
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