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Dry Brushing : The Addictive Benefits

Cold, dry winters usually mean flaky & uneven skin. When the temperature starts to drop in September or October, I start amping up my dry-brushing routine. It’s easy to let it slide in the summer months, but during the frigid Canadian winter, my body is desperate for it! Dry brushing is the act of brushing the entire body with a natural fibre brush to remove dead skin cells and reveal softer, smoother skin while increasing blood circulation, improving digestion and aiding lymphatic drainage. Dry brushing has been apart of Scandinavian culture for thousands of years. Many other cultures such as the Japanese and Egyptians also appreciated the benefits of dry brushing for centuries. The dry brush is usually made of wood and...

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