Benefits of Dry Brushing

Dry brushing has gained popularity in recent years as a natural and effective way to improve the health and appearance of your skin. But what exactly is dry brushing because it just sounded silly and completely unnecessary to me at first then I tried it and what are its benefits? In this blog post, we will explore the science behind dry brushing and what I saw when I tried it for myself.

What is dry brushing?

Dry brushing is a technique that involves using a dry brush with stiff bristles to gently massage the skin in upward strokes. This process is typically done before showering or bathing, I did it after and it can be done on various parts of the body, including the arms, legs, and torso. I targeted the arms and legs to remove ash.

How does dry brushing benefit the skin?

Dry brushing offers several benefits for the skin. Firstly, it helps to exfoliate the skin by unclogging pores and removing dead skin cells, which is why I tried it. This can leave your skin looking smoother and more radiant which it did and I was surprised, the weather is changing and drinking enough water for me has been an issue. Every year around this time my skin dries despite my efforts to moisturize and sugar scrub away that skin and add moisture, so I used my gut trusted that doing a dry brushing would open the skin and keep it glowing, moist and free from ash, 24 hours later my skin does not look like I've been dancing in flour, lol. So I support this addition to our skin care regimen.

With dry skin, I used the brush, them applied our Hibiscus sugar scrub, worked that in the areas I used the brush on, rinsed it off them applied or silky Butter Cream Body Butter, Try it, you'll like it.

Additionally, dry brushing can help to detoxify the skin by increasing blood circulation and promoting lymph flow and drainage. The lymphatic system plays a crucial role in eliminating toxins from the body, and dry brushing can help to stimulate this process.

Improved blood circulation

When you dry brush your skin, the bristles of the brush stimulate the blood vessels near the surface of the skin. This increased blood flow can help to nourish the skin cells and promote a healthy complexion.

Promotes lymph flow and drainage

The lymphatic system is responsible for removing waste and toxins from the body. Dry brushing can help to stimulate lymph flow and drainage, which can enhance the body's ability to eliminate toxins.

Unclogs pores

One of the key benefits of dry brushing is its ability to unclog pores. By removing dead skin cells and promoting exfoliation, dry brushing can help to prevent clogged pores and reduce the occurrence of acne and breakouts.

Enhances the body's natural detoxification process

By unclogging pores and promoting lymph flow, dry brushing makes it easier for the body to sweat and eliminate toxins. This can have a positive impact on overall health and well-being.


Dry brushing is a simple and natural technique that offers numerous benefits for the skin. From exfoliation and unclogging pores to promoting lymph flow and drainage, dry brushing can help to improve the health and appearance of your skin. Consider incorporating dry brushing into your skincare routine and experience the benefits for yourself.