With this brush you treat yourself to a conscious mini break and support the detoxification processes with dry brushing. Thanks to the processed goat hair, the Corporis Brush Soft is particularly suitable for treating sensitive areas of the body such as the chest and abdomen.
During the application, skin pores are opened and stimulated, thereby loosening dead cells and removing toxins that are located in the deeper layers of the skin. In addition, the blood circulation is stimulated and the complexion is noticeably improved. The massage also pleasantly stimulates the nervous system, relieves stress and increases wellbeing.
Dry brushing these two parts of the body is particularly recommended if they are then massaged with an appropriate oil, such as a breast massage oil.
The brush was created in cooperation with the Blind Welfare Association Central Switzerland BFVI. Each copy is made by hand in the BFVI workshops in Horw (LU).
How to use ⏤ Ideally, apply dry several times a week before showering / bathing. If the abdominal area is being treated with the brush, make gentle circular movements in a clockwise direction. When brushing the breast area, the nipples should be avoided. If the face is massaged with the body brush, clean the face beforehand (no make-up, etc.) and dry it well before use. Ideally, always start stroking on the right, then pamper the same region of the left half of the body (e.g. first right leg, then left leg). Basically: Long stroking movements with pressure in the direction of the heart and then back without pressure from the heart to the starting point. An application ideally takes about 8 to 10 minutes.
Do not massage inflamed, reddened or irritated skin with the brush. Only use the brush dry, it is not suitable for wet use. To clean, stroke the bristles a few times and then tap the brush on a hard surface so that the dust particles are removed.
Material ⏤ Oiled walnut handle with bristles made of soft, black goat hair - drawn in by hand with copper wire.
Manufactured in the workshops of Welfare for the Blind in Central Switzerland in Horw (LU).