Body brushing is an ancient and very effective technique,
it is essential for maintaining vitality and health.
It was first practiced for therapeutic purposes, around 1850, by the German abbot Kneipp who tested its effectiveness on his patients.
Thanks to our bio-brushes, the massage as well as being pleasant (not aggressive on the skin) gives energy, vitality and health, thanks to the very fine bronze bristles (copper + tin) with metal ions that activate heat and peripheral circulation in the body.
Each type of brush is characterized by specific use protocols: brushing in the morning takes place in the direction of the heart so as to wake up all the senses and to give strength to the body, while in the evening it is practiced outwards up to the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands,
to unload and promote relaxation.
Thanks to the properties of copper, the massage with brushes acts on the skin and by reflection on the organs
correspondents stimulating their activity,
as well as on the lymphatic system by draining liquids
They also have an excellent peeling effect which makes
the skin soft and smooth and allows it
to regenerate, facilitating cell turnover
and helping to reduce cellulite blemishes.
Reduces the phenomenon of ingrown hairs.
How it works:
This technique is based on the fact that each organ of the human body is part of an inseparable unit and maintains a dense and complex network of relationships with all the others. A particularly immediate example is the link between the skin and the urinary tract.
When the circulation of the skin is intensely stimulated, the renal vessels dilate at the same time.
Do a little test to convince yourself of this: vigorously brush your arms and legs for a few minutes. You will notice an increased diueresis almost immediately, and laboratory tests would confirm that the content of uric acid and other metabolic wastes has also increased.
Our brushes are designed to enhance the functions of the lymphatic system, drainage of body fluids and maintain vitality and health.