Healthy skin needs to breathe. Get rid of dry skin cells regularly and the body will respond by producing new skin cells faster. Your skin will instantly feel silkier and look healthier in the long run by getting rid of that dry, pasty look. Epicurean table
Your body has a series of lymphatic vessels that are responsible for draining fluid (called lymph) from your tissues and then emptying them back into your bloodstream. It actually acts as a second circulatory system that is responsible for transporting infection-fighting cells, removing foreign matter, and clearing cellular debris.
Dry brushing promotes blood circulation and cell regeneration. Both of these actions promote internal detoxification, which can aid in weight loss, cellulite reduction, and the elimination of accumulated toxins.
Cleaning the leather when it is dry is the most important part. I always scrubbed my skin in the shower with those spiky exfoliating gloves. It may be getting your skin clean, but it just doesn’t have the same effect as brushing when your skin is dry. In fact, even after just three minutes of dry brushing, your skin will feel soft and revitalized. You will be hooked!
BENEFITS OF DRY CLEANING:
Accelerates the elimination of toxin
Stimulates blood flow and circulation
Aid in digestion
Enhances lymph flow
Exfoliate and remove dead skin cells
Anti-aging through cell regeneration
Polishes the skin
Stimulation of both sweat and sebaceous glands
HOW TO BRUSH DRY SKIN:
Cleanse your body before showering or bathing, preferably in the morning. Use a skin brush, loofah, or dry face cloth.
Start from the feet and always move towards the heart. Use quick circular motions or long, even strokes.
Brush over your legs, buttocks and back. Then in a circular motion on the stomach.
Apply the brush lightly on sensitive areas such as the chest and more firmly on areas such as the soles of the feet.
When you reach your hands, start with your fingers and brush your hands up towards your heart. Drop your shoulders and chest down, always towards your heart.
Avoid brushing anywhere where the skin is damaged.
End with a shower and, if desired, use cold/hot therapy to further stimulate the lymphatic system and improve blood circulation.
Apply dry and massaged pure vegetable oils such as almond, sesame, avocado, coconut, olive or cocoa butter to the skin.
OTHER WAYS TO PROMOTE A HEALTHY LYMPHATIC SYSTEM:
Drink plenty of clean water (you can always use a filter).
Eat foods rich in fresh, colorful vegetables that provide a full spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.
Use dry saunas to promote enhanced detoxification through the skin and stimulate lymphatic circulation.
Get regular exercise. Start at the level you are at; do what you like.
Try contrast hydrotherapy. This can be done in the shower, alternating between hot (3 min) and cold (30 sec) water in the shower, always ending with cold.
The power of touch: lymphatic drainage massage, self-massage of the breast and dry cleaning of the skin.
Avoid exposure to chemicals, pollutants and toxic substances.
Embrace stress management practices such as yoga, meditation, and exercise to promote overall health. Simple practices such as deep breathing with deliberate breathing exercises such as Alternate Nostril Breathing