When you exfoliate wet skin, dead skin cells can be folded back into the skin. "A scrub in the shower can help get rid of dead skin cells, but it doesn't do it as well as a dry brush."
Dry brushing is a way for spa workers to scrub and remove dead skin from the skin.
The simple process gets rid of bumps and dimples, improves circulation and lymphatic flow, helps get rid of ingrown hairs.
A board-certified health and nutrition guide, says that the brush's bristles stimulate the skin below the surface to get the blood flowing.
The practice of dry brushing helps you to slow down and bring more intention to your day, just like meditation.
It's not too expensive and it really does work. Vicario says that the price of a skin brush ranges from $7 to $10, based on the brand and where you buy it.