Here’s what you do: Using a brush made with natural bristles and just the right amount of coarseness, the brush works to stimulate the lymphatic system and increase circulation. It feels similar to a massage in that it’s rhythmic and calming.
One big benefit of skin brushing is that it exfoliates the skin and gets rid of dead skin cells. The best time to brush is right before showering. It opens the pores and allows your skin to breathe.
There’s a technique to skin brushing, beginning with the feet and brushing upward. It’s best to brush toward the heart, and round motions are encouraged in the stomach area. To provide you with the easiest instructions, I’m including a DIY label with the brush, and a video instructional on the product page.
Read here for Dr. Mercola’s explanation of the benefits of skin brushing.