Jute Dry Face Brush
Jute Dry Face Brush
Finally a plant bristle brush especially designed for Dry Brushing the face. Achieve soft glowing skin on your face every day by dry brushing with this beautifully soft plant bristle brush, made of Jute bristle, especially designed for delicate skin.
While it’s called a Face Brush, this gentle bristle brush is great to use on the bikini area to prevent post-shaving or post-waxing bumps!
This beautiful soft dry face brush is made of natural, plant based fibers by Bodecare of Australia.
Rebecca, owner of Bodecare writes, "It will gently exfoliate dead surface skin, stimulate circulation in your face and drain away any congestion around the eyes, nose and neck, leaving your skin looking smooth and vibrant. I recommend to dry brush the face only 1-2 times per week followed by a hydration mask or organic facial oil on your skin for about 10-20 minutes (hydration mask at least 1 time per week) and use a good quality daily moisturiser so that your skin stays looking it's best and doesn't dry out. This brush exfoliates better than a facial scrub and will last you a long time. Ensure to spray the Tea Tree spray on after each use to kill any bacteria and wash once a week with hot soapy water. It has taken 6 years to find a plant bristle that is perfect for the skin on the face and decolletage and we have found it and I absolutely love this brush. It is a must have with your dry body brushing regime."
It is suitable for normal to dry skin, mature skin, topical eczema, psoriasis and those who suffer from open pores. It is also suitable for those with mild breakout and congestion, to help open pores and allow excess sebum to flow naturally from the skin pores, active blood flow to enhance collagen production to heal skin. However, it is not suitable for skin that has severe pustular activity, cystic acne, significant active lesions, lots of red inflamed skin. It is best to wait until the skin has healed before trying to dry face brush.
TIP: Start by dry brushing your face once per week followed by a hydrating mask or facial oil. Brush Care: Spritz with a tea tree spray after each use. Once per week, wash the bristles with a mild tea tree soap. Press with a towel to remove moisture and allow to air dry. Hang in a well ventilated area.