Recommended for

  • pregnant and breastfeeding women
  • for those on a diet
  • for those who struggle with cellulite and swelling/oedema
  • for those with circulatory problems
  • for those who want to firm the skin
  • for smokers
  • for people after a long-term illness to help the detoxification process

DRY BODY BRUSHING – CONTRAINDICATIONS

There are a few contraindications for dry brushing. This type of treatment should be avoided by people who suffer from:

  1. Various skin disorders, infectious diseases, changes on the skin, open wounds, inflammations. Massage may only be performed on areas free of such conditions.
  2. Active Acne and severe Psoriasis and Eczema – people with psoriasis should avoid it at all (risk of exacerbating symptoms even in areas where there was no problem before).
  3. Recent scar tissue. Of course, it is about massaging the areas where they occur; other parts of the body can be brushed.
  4. Capillary skin. If you have superficially vascularised skin, avoid dry skin brushing.
  5. Varicose Veins – you should never brush your legs
  6. Atopic skin. Any autoimmune condition that attacks the skin is a contraindication for dry massages. 

Recommended for

  • pregnant and breastfeeding women
  • for those on a diet
  • for those who struggle with cellulite and swelling/oedema
  • for those with circulatory problems
  • for those who want to firm the skin
  • for smokers
  • for people after a long-term illness to help the detoxification process

Recommendation

“And here is my home spa. Of course, it must include Arosha products and their irreplaceable dry body brush. And after brushing, a relaxing bath with Organique bath bombs. And what is your home care like? Girls, please show off yours.