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Bearback Dry Brush Instructions

Dry brushing is a simple yet effective technique for exfoliating your skin, promoting circulation, and lymphatic drainage. Here's how to use your Bearback Dry Brush for a rejuvenating experience:

Brushing Technique:

  1. Start Dry: Ensure your skin is completely dry before brushing.
  2. Gentle Strokes: Begin brushing with long, gentle strokes towards your heart. This helps stimulate blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.
  3. Focus Areas: Start at your feet and brush upwards in sections, covering your legs, buttocks, back, abdomen (in a circular motion), chest, and arms.  You can use your dry brush handheld or attached to the handle for extended reach.
  4. Light Pressure: Apply light to medium pressure. Avoid brushing over irritated or broken skin.
  5. Brushing Frequency: It's recommended to dry brush 2-3 times a week.


Additional Tips:

  • Brush Cleaning: After each use, clean your brush with mild soap and water. Let it air dry completely before storing.
  • Post-Brushing: After dry brushing, take a warm shower to remove dead skin cells. Apply a moisturizer to hydrate your skin.
  • Listen to Your Body: If you experience any discomfort or irritation, stop brushing and consult a dermatologist.


Here are some extra pointers to maximize your dry brushing experience:

  • Morning or Night: You can dry brush in the morning for an invigorating start or at night for a relaxing routine.
  • Brushing Direction: Always brush towards your heart to promote lymphatic drainage.
  • Sensitive Skin: If you have sensitive skin, start with short brushing sessions and gradually increase the duration.
  • Relax and Breathe: Focus on your breath and relax your body while brushing.


By following these steps and tips, you can incorporate dry brushing into your self-care routine and enjoy its potential benefits for smoother, healthier-looking skin.