Anti-Cellulite Body Brush - Soft (1)
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FOR SMOOTH AND TIGHT SKIN
Orange-peel skin is an issue for many women. Ideally, one addresses these unsightly dents with a holistic therapy, including exercise, diet and targeted activation of tissue metabolism through manual therapies.
Fat depots in the female body in areas such as the thighs, abdomen and buttocks are commonly affected by cellulite. In these areas, the transportation of tissue fluid and lymph is hindered by fat cells and therefore causes dents.
Brush massage treatment is an effective way to treat cellulite at home. This treatment promotes blood circulation and lymph flow in the tissue and thus enables the removal of waste products.
The anti- cellulite brush is covered only with natural bristles. It can be used both for dry massage and in the shower.
Massaging dry skin has a more intense affect, while used in conjunction with water, the treatment is gentler for the skin. Both massages are effective to get your metabolism in the tissue going. When used regularly, it has a firming and preventive effect, thus preventing the formation of cellulite..
The anti-cellulite bristle brush is available in two strengths: soft and medium .
For less pressure-sensitive skin, we recommend the medium version.
HOW TO USE
Basically, you start at the extremities (furthest away from the heart) and massage towards the body center (to the heart). Brush lightly with slow and even strokes towards the heart.
Start with the front and back of the right foot and work your way towards the lower thigh. Brush from the lower leg to the thigh and then brush on to the right buttock. Then swipe the left side (from the foot to the lower leg and to thigh and buttock) in the same way. Copy this approach for the arms: brush starting with the right hand to the forearm, then from the lower to the upper arm.
Then stroke from the left hand up to the left upper arm. When it comes to the stomach, it is important to follow the course of the colon to rule out any blockage. For this, you start on the bottom right side of the abdomen and brush upwards in small strokes until you approach the ribs. From there, brush horizontally to the left and continue down from there. It is important to brush clockwise.
- Start at your feet and brush upwards with slow clockwise strokes towards the heart.
- Legs – work from the front and back of your right foot towards your thigh and then your bottom.
- Arms – begin with your right hand and move onto your forearm to reach your lower and upper arm.
- Stomach – massage your stomach by starting on the bottom right side and working upwards towards your ribs. We recommend dry brushing 2-3 times per week.