You may not know this, but dry brushing the skin has long been a part of Ayurveda's cleansing philosophies.
Ayurveda believes that your skin is an organ of elimination, just like your kidneys, liver, and colon, especially because it is so porous.
In this way, dry skin brushing helps keep the pores clear and the skin active to assist the body in this natural cleansing process. Dry brushing also helps to increase blood circulation. Plus, it exfoliates the skin's outer layer while stimulating the inner sweat and oil glands, providing more needed moisture for the skin.
So how do you dry brush your skin? Follow these 10 simple steps:
*Note: if you practice oil massage, you should only self massage on the days you do not dry brush.
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