Body brushing comes from Ayurvedic culture. Its main goal is not so much the removal of dead skin, i.e. peeling, but the elimination of toxins from the body, which can cause many ailments. Massage accelerates metabolism and stimulates the lymphatic system. It is also a good supplement to slimming treatments. It reduces swelling and the feeling of heaviness in the limbs. It supports the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body. The brush gives very good results in the fight against cellulite, ingrown hairs, rough elbows-knees-forearms. Satisfactory results are also obtained with "fresh" red stretch marks. RESULTS: • naturally smooth body • reduction of cellulite and stretch marks • no ingrown hair, rough skin on the knees and elbows • firm skin • removal of toxins from the body • strengthening of immunity, stimulation of the lymphatic system • healthy appearance • better permeability of active ingredients contained in cosmetics • stimulation of the production of the happiness hormone - well-being INDICATIONS FOR USE: • cellulite • stretch marks • muscle tension • swelling of the limbs • joint pain • slimming • sagging skin • removal of callous epidermis - peeling • ingrown hair • rough skin of elbows and knees APPLICATION: • regular massage translates into quick, effective effect • massage is performed before each bath or every other day • duration 5-10 minutes • for best results, apply your favorite lotion or oil after bath. BRUSHING IT SHOULD BE DONE GENTLY, RHYTHMIC AND LONG MOVEMENT. • We always start the massage from the bottom of the body, going upwards towards the heart. Massage the legs from the feet to the knees and from the knees to the groin (front) and to the top of the buttocks (back). • When we reach the abdomen, we change our sliding motion to circular motion and direct the brush clockwise. • The next stage is the hands - massage is performed from fingers to shoulders, ending the movement under the armpit or on the collarbone. • If our skin likes it, we can also brush - neckline, neck, breasts. Then we start the massage from the neck and make gentler, circular movements. • When massaging the breasts, use short movements from the nipples, followed by long strokes from between the breasts, underneath the breast, to the armpit. • Finish lower back massage movements at the coccyx. Regular dry brushing of the body is of great importance. The time of the massage depends on individual needs, I take 5-10 minutes every day or every other day. The skin may be slightly pink at first, but over time the brush pressure may be increased. The first results are felt after just a few treatments. The bioavailability of active substances contained in cosmetics increases, thanks to which it is much easier to notice the effects of their use. The skin becomes smoother and firmer. Contraindications for massage Dry brush massage is not recommended in the case of: irritated skin, skin with visible inflammation, acne, psoriasis, wounds, fresh scars, varicose veins. We also avoid birthmarks and moles. If in doubt, consult your GP.