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As the largest organ in your body, skin deserves a pampering that rejuvenates its appearance and energizes you. Dry brushing is drawn from one of the world’s oldest holistic medicine practices, Ayurvedic, developed over 3,000 years ago in India. The focus of dry brushing is to promote health rather than prevent disease. Many of the claims are not scientifically substantiated, but for most people, there’s little risk. Make the most of your self-wellness routine and give dry brushing a try.

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1. Benefits of Dry Brushing

Dry brushing dislodges dead cells from your skin, giving it a smoother appearance. It also helps your body detoxify by improving blood circulation, bolstering flow from your lymph system, which plays an important part in providing your body with a strong immune system. Other benefits of dry brushing include the unclogging of pores that help your skin breathe better and the stimulation of the nervous system that helps the body feel rejuvenated.

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