Natural Body Brush
Natural Body Brush
$12.00

Natural Body Brush

Made with polished bamboo wood, fine natural bristles, and a cotton strap for easier grip, this natural body brush is a must have for your beauty, health, and skincare arsenal. Body brushing works by boosting circulation and exfoliating away dead skin cells to encourage cell renewal and reveal skin that’s soft and smooth to the touch. It can even help to prevent ingrown hairs. Best used before a bath or shower, regular use of a body brush helps to energize, detoxify, and promote healthy skin that glows!

Available in two styles:

  1. Round with built-in massagers
  2. Oval

 DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Starting with the soles of your feet, gently brush with long strokes upwards along your body (legs, buttocks) towards the groin area. Then gently brush upwards along your arms, lower back, abdominal region towards your heart. Finally, brush downwards along your neck, upper back, and shoulders towards your heart. 

After brushing, take a shower or bath to help wash away dead skin cells.

After showering or bathing, replenish skin's moisture with a body oil or cream.

After several uses, wash your brush with a mild soap cleanser and hang in a well-ventilated area to dry.

Notes: when first using this brush, use small and gentle strokes and gradually increase pressure as your skin begins to adjust. Not recommended for those with very sensitive skin, sunburns, burns, cuts, lesions, wounds, or skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, or cystic acne.

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All Free Flow Botanicals products are handcrafted in Oakland, CA, and made in small batches with organic & natural plant ingredients. No chemicals, parabens, sulfates, or synthetic ingredients of any kind are used. Infused with Reiki healing energy, these plant-based products promote your skin’s health as well as the health of our planet.

Please note: this information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.