Zero Waste Dry Body Brush (medium-firm)
How to live more sustainably? Looking for more eco-friendly products. This is a perfect addition or start to your eco-friendly bathroom.
Zero Waste Dry Body Brush is 100% vegan, plastic-free body brush is great for dry skin brushing which can relieve itches, exfoliate dead skin, stimulate circulation, and lymphatic drainage.
dry brush your body gently and slowly once or twice a week before showers then treat your skin with a nourishing moisturizer or body oil.
your skin will feel smoother, rejuvenated and the appearance of cellulite may reduce. Note that vegan bristles are firmer than animal hair which means more dead skin will be brushed off.
if you have sensitive skin, please use it on top of clothing. Step by step guide enclosed. Each brush comes with a travel-friendly cotton bag with a drawstring.
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- Dry Body Brush Brush (medium-firm)
- Travel-friendly cotton bag with drawstring
- Made of natural agave sisal bristles and beechwood handle
- Ergonomic design: easy to hold with hand strap for optimal control
- Can be used with or without clothing, depending on your skin type
- Brush, shower, moisturize, with or without clothing.
- Dimension: 3.7cm x 13.5cm or 1.5 inch x 5.25 inch
for sensitive skin, please use on top a thin layer of clothing e.g., sleepwear, t-shirt, yoga wear. Use anywhere at any time.
without clothing: once or twice a week. Ideal to use in the bathroom as you will see dead skin shedding. Do not over-exfoliate.
step 1: before showers, gently and slowly brush your skin from toe to neck in long strokes toward your heart. Go over each area two or three times.
step 2: at your belly and back, brush in a clockwise motion.
step 3: use a vitamin-rich moisturizer or body oil immediately after.
lightly rinse and lay flat (bristles down) to dry
- Repurpose the brush for shoe cleaning, general house cleaning, gardening, etc.
- Bristles: cut with scissors then compost
- Handle and strap: check the city's waste management info before disposal. If unsure, always consider composting in the backyard over throwing it into the garbage.