In the quest to achieve seamless self-tanning (alongside a host of other brilliant benefits), this deep cleansing exfoliating brush is your ultimate ally.
Stimulating, circulatory-boosting and smoothing, this brilliant brush promotes lymphatic drainage, helps with fluid retention, exfoliates roughened skin and helps breakdown stubborn, dimply fat deposits, so you can dare to bare this summer… and beyond.
-Creates an ideal base for tan application – or removal, for that matter!
-Revitalise, rejuvenate and renew your skin with this deep cleansing exfoliating Body Brush by ECOCOCO.
-Equipped with a long handle to target hard-to-reach areas and dense bristles for thorough exfoliation, this brilliant brush offers a host of beautifying benefits.
-Body brushing is indisputably one of the best things you can do when it comes to sloughing dead skin, kick-starting sluggish lymph nodes and stimulating circulation to encourage cell regeneration and repair – which is why we’re mad about this one.
-It also allows you to create an ideal base for applying tan, as well as removing unwanted remnants of self-tan when you get bored of it.
-Do it dry, before showering, to open up pores and get skin glowing – and spend more time on the ‘sweet spots’ (inner thighs and underarms), as well as saddle bags and that bit where your legs meet your bottom – brushing in small, firm circles to flush away toxins and assist the breakdown of the ‘orange peel’ effect.
-The increased blood flow delivers extra oxygen to cells – and because the lymph system doesn’t have a central pump, the act of brushing helps to ‘flush’ toxins from the body, diminishing the appearance of cellulite and helping to minimise the likelihood of breakouts (bye bye b-acne).
How To Use:
-Best done in the morning, perhaps before you shower.
-Start at soles of your feet, work up your calves and brush in the direction of your heart (so upwards on legs).
-This means you are moving in the natural direction of your lymph system (and remember the backs of your knees).
-Pay special attention to backs of thighs or areas where you have cellulite, before moving onto your upper body.
-Brush your hands and arms, again moving brush towards heart, then brush under arms too, and pay special attention to wobbly backs of upper arms.
-Brush your back, as much as you can reach (the long handle will help!) and finally, brush your tummy and chest – using clockwise sweeps on tummy, following the direction of your digestive system.
-Adjust the pressure of the brush to the different parts of your body so it is comfortable.
-It should be stimulating enough to increase circulation but gentle on your skin. You should see a rosy flush to the areas you have brushed. It’s good to try and give a minimum of 3 minutes for this whole body brushing, ideally 3 times a week.