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Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing
Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing
Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing
Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing

Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing


Our natural dry body brush is a wooden bath brush made with natural semi-sift bristles to stimulate the body's circulation, lymphatic system and invigorate the skin. Dry brushing helps unclog pores and excrete toxins, exfoliates skin, removes dead skin cells, boosts circulation and promotes smoother and softer skin. This soft bristle brush is recommended for normal and sensitive skin.


We recommend dry brushing for a few minutes before a morning shower. Brush in circular motions; start at your feet and move over the entire body. Always brush toward your heart with light pressure. Gradually increase pressure as you build your daily routine.


Dry brushing, as the term suggests, does not require the use of water. It’s done using a completely dry brush on dry skin.

To prolong the life of your brush it is recommended that you store your dry brush in a place free from water and dampness and clean it on a regular basis.

Keep in mind that, when cleaning your dry brush, the wooden base and handle should not come into contact with water. This is because water weakens the wood and may cause it to crack and rot. 

There are several methods of cleaning a brush made with natural fiber bristles, and they include the following.

Method One

  1. Fill a bowl with water. The water level should be lower than the length of the bristles, preferably halfway.
  2. Add three drops of tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is an essential oil with disinfectant properties. It will help get rid of any bacteria on the bristles of the brush.
  3. Remove the brush handle, then place the brush in the bowl, bristles facing downwards.
  4. Move the brush around. The movement frees dead cells and dirt in the bristles. Swishing the water around also helps in the even distribution of tea tree oil in the bristles. Be gentle to avoid wetting the wooden base.
  5. After five minutes, lift the brush, then replace the solution with clean water. Rinse the brush in the freshwater by moving it in the same way you did in step 4.
  6. Shake the brush then place it on a dry towel, bristles down. Secure it with safety pins then put it in the dryer with your clothes on a low setting. Wait for twenty minutes. During the cycle, the towel absorbs all the moisture from the brush, leaving it completely dry.

Method Two

This method is also like the first one. The only difference is the drying process. Method three will come in handy when you're in a hurry. All you need to do is blow your brush with a hairdryer for a couple of minutes to dry it. 

Method Three

The fourth method involves swirling the bristles in soapy water instead of using a solution containing essential oil. The best soap to use for a dry brush is liquid soap, preferably baby shampoo. You can use alcohol as a disinfectant. However, alcohol should not be used frequently as it can damage the bristles with time. 

Whichever method you use, ensure that, at the end, both the base and the bristles are completely dry. Keeping the brush wet can encourage bacteria and mold growth. 


Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing

Wooden Body Brush - Dry Brushing