Dry brushing is a great way to relax while exfoliating and draining your lymphatic system.
For the Face:
Cleanse Your Face: Begin with a clean and dry face. You can dry brush before or after washing your face, depending on your preference.
Prepare the Brush: Ensure the facial dry brush is clean and dry. If it's a new brush, it's a good idea to wash it before the first use.
Gentle Strokes: Using the dry brush, make light and gentle strokes on your face. Start from the center of your face and move outwards. Always brush in an upward direction to promote circulation and avoid dragging your skin down.
Avoid Sensitive Areas: Be cautious around sensitive areas, such as the eyes and any active breakouts. Do not brush over any open wounds, cuts, or irritated skin.
Finish with Moisturizer: After dry brushing, apply your regular moisturizer or skincare products. Dry brushing can help your skin better absorb these products.
Frequency: 2-3 times a week is usually sufficient for dry brushing the face. Avoid over-exfoliating to prevent skin irritation.