Dry brush, exfoliate and moisturize often. Dry brushing is undoubtedly the least expensive DIY spa treatment on the market. Not only is it effective at shedding dry skin, but it also boosts internal circulation. Dry brushing is most effective when your skin is at its driest state.
After dry brushing, I take a shower and shed any excess dry skin by exfoliating with a sugar scrub. Afterward, my skin feels so smooth and soft. I get the effects of an entire spa treatment in a 15-minute process!
Once my skin is rid of all the grit and grime, it’s critical to top it with a moisturizer. Personally, I use the Skintastick dry oil spray I formulated. It sprays on, rub, and dries quick. Did you know that your pores are open after applying heat? That’s why it’s so important to moisturize after getting out of a hot tub or shower. Those pores open wide and suck in all that good moisturizer you put on. Make sure your moisturizer is natural without Parabens or nasty chemicals!
Dry brushing is also great to help break up cellulite…yes indeed. The circulatory motion that you should use when using a dry brush helps stimulate the cellulite under the skin helping to break down cellulite. We happen to have a great coffee scrub that also helps to stimulate with the caffeine and a warming oil that also is great.
Soaps and Such does have dry brushes! Some with handles and some with a strap. Available in shop and online. And of course, we craft a lot of sugar scrubs too. You can come in and try our scrub bar anytime. It’s time to get smart…with a simple dry brushing routine! Create your own personal and cheap spa treatment…naturally!
Have a good day! ~ Kelly