ENJOY THE AMAZING BENEFITS OF DRY BODY BRUSHING
Dry body brushing is a daily body self-massage with a dry brush - a simple technique that takes less than five minutes. The mechanical action of dry brushing exfoliates the skin, brightens it, keeping it smooth and supple, giving you a healthier and luminous appearance. It helps detoxify by increasing blood circulation and easing lymph flow/drainage. Dry brushing releases flaky skin and unclogs pores in the exfoliation process. It also stimulates your nervous system, which is why you’ll feel invigorated afterward.
Body brushing is а traditional health ritual used worldwide for millennia by Egyptians, Ancient Greeks, Japanese and American Indians. It is part of the traditional Indian Ayurvedic treatment called Garshana.
We chose to bring you the unique, ethically handmade, 100% natural body brushes by ELYTRUM®.
AN EXQUISITE COLLECTION OF UNIQUELY HANDMADE BODY BRUSHES
100% NATURAL AND PLANT-BASED
Our body brushes are made solely from natural fibres. Even the water-based sealant of the wooden handles is environmentally friendly and non-toxic, the same as that used on children's toys. They are carbon-neutral and safe to you and the environment. Using them regularly to brush your body will make your skin healthier, cleaner and more radiant.
USING RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES
Made of natural vegetable fibres and converted into these unique products, our body brushes do not contribute to depleting or damaging nature. Natural fibres are sustainably harvested from plantations, where the plants that produce fibres can be grown and harvested again and again. Sisal is harvested for about 10 years, and jute is grown annually all year round. The wooden handles of our brushes are made from unused timber intended for landfills.
HANDMADE AND ETHICALLY SOURCED
Each body brush is uniquely handmade. The people who create them are treated fairly, with respect, and in a safe and discrimination-free environment. The wages that these brushes bring to the people who create them, enable them to support their children and provide them with formal education, further improving their lives.
At the end of its life, you can simply compost it, as they breakdown naturally. Most synthetic fibres, on the other hand, usually go to landfill. When recycled, they require sorting, and when incinerated they produce pollutants. Even plastic products that claim to be biodegradable only break down into smaller parts that end up in our waters instead.