The Best Beauty Tip for Sexy Skin
Taking care of our skin is addictive.
Of course, it’s important to take care of the heart, liver, kidney, etc. But the skin is something everyone can see. If you are tired and stressed, it shows. If you are healthy and vibrant, you glow. Once you see that glow, you know you want mo’.
Since my mother died in 2017 of Melanoma Skin Cancer, I have done all the various Google searches:
How can you prevent skin cancer?
Does healthy skin mean healthy body?
Is sunscreen enough?
You get the point. But here is something that is NOT scientifically proven. At least not yet. But I believe it works, and hey, at one point someone said the Earth was round, and nobody believed them either.
I have long been a believer in bathing with minerals, using copious amounts of oils, massaging and caring for my skin. I use a loofah type thing to scrub the dead skin cells in the shower, salt scrubs and mud baths. So when I was recently approached by the Prana Brush creators to try their body brush for dry brushing, I didn’t say yes. I said “Hell Yes.”
OMG. It’s great.
This brush has soft copper bristles which is Ayurvedic and makes it naturally ionic. Using it detoxifies the body, improves circulation, eliminates dead skin cells, exfoliates the skin, improves skin tone, aids digestion, reduces cellulite, and increases energy and well-being (I got that from the website, www.pranabrush.com). In addition, dry brushing stimulates the lymphatic system, which helps eliminate toxins and pathogens that can cause inflammation and illness (more from the website because I’m not clever enough to remember it all). www.pranabrush.com
This is what I know for sure: my skin glows.
I have tried the dry brushes from Whole Foods and other natural stores, and honestly they were scratchy. I almost felt they did more harm than good with small tears in the surface epidermis. This brush gives me an amazing glow with no abrasive cuts. I follow it with a shower and then a natural body oil. To clean it you tap it onto a piece of paper and you can see all the dead skin that comes out. Gross.
People: I (almost) never advertise stuff, but I had to for this brush. You will not regret trying it. Your gorgeous, radiant skin (and possibly healthier lymphatic system) will thank you forever.
Michelle Marchildon is the Yogi Muse, and a shameless promoter of the Prana Brush because it really, really works.