Soft Bristle Complexion Brush for Face


  • Boar bristle and lotus wood construction
  • Ideal for dry brushing the face

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Soft Bristle Complexion Brush For Face Description:

  • Boar bristle and lotus wood construction
  • Ideal for dry brushing the face

This high-quality palm-sized Soft Bristle Complexion Brush features soft boar bristles that are densely packed, making it ideal for toning facial skin. The brush base is solid lotus wood and is varnished to repel moisture.

Dry brushing the skin is a wellness practice involving using a dry, natural bristle brush to massage the skin in a specific pattern. Many people find it to be a beneficial practice for various reasons. Here are some benefits to dry brushing your skin:

  1. Exfoliation: Dry brushing helps remove from the surface of your skin dead skin cells, leaving your skin feeling smoother and brighter. By exfoliating regularly, you may improve your skin’s overall texture and help prevent clogged pores.
  2. Improved Circulation: The act of dry brushing stimulates blood flow to the skin’s surface. Increased circulation promotes the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to skin cells and helps remove waste products, potentially contributing to a healthier complexion.
  3. Lymphatic System Support: Some proponents of dry brushing claim that it can help stimulate the lymphatic system. Responsible for removing the body’s waste and toxins, the Lymphatic System is critical for several essential functions in the body.
  4. Relaxation: Dry brushing can be a soothing and self-care practice. Brushing your skin slowly and deliberately can be calming and provide a sense of relaxation and well-being.
  5. Reducing the Appearance of Cellulite: Some individuals believe that regular dry brushing can help by improving circulation and breaking down fatty deposits under the skin, reducing the appearance of cellulite.
  6. Enhanced Product Absorption: Removing dead skin cells through dry brushing may improve the absorption of moisturizers and serums, as they can penetrate more quickly into the skin.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I wash the bristles?
A: On a weekly basis, ruffle through the bristles to remove or dislodge any dead skin cells, hair, dust, or debris. This is best done over a trash can or outside. Every one to three months, wash the bristles with warm water and a gentle, natural soap such as Castile. Rinse well and air dry.

Q: Can I get the brush wet?
A: Complexion brushes are meant to be used dry. Continually exposing the wood base to water will degrade the wood over time. If you use a brush for showering or bathing, we recommend that you get a brush that is meant to withstand frequent exposure to water and use your complexion brush only for dry brushing purposes.

Q: What type of fiber are the bristles?
A: The bristles are a 100% boar bristle composition.

Q: What type of wood is used for the base?
A: The brush base is constructed from solid lotus wood.


Additional information

Weight 0.25 oz