L'abeille Vegan Body Brush


L'abeille Vegan Body Brush

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BODY BRUSHING – Why it’s so powerful
Body Brushing is invaluable in helping with so many issues, but mostly to naturally detox the body. The practice of brushing the skin is an age-old tradition used in Ayurvedic practice. It promotes lymphatic cleansing and is a powerful way to support the removal of cellular waste products from the body. Body brushing sweeps away dead skin cells to soften, smooth & improve skin luminosity & tone, while increasing microcirculation that brings essential nutrients to our skin’s cells. Regular use improves skin suppleness, reduces the effects of stress on the body & stimulates areas that accumulate cellulite to promote skin smoothing. It’s definitely something we should be adding i nto our self-care rituals.

We recommend dry-brushing in the morning, rather than before bed, because of its energizing qualities.

You can use the brush on its own, or you can put a little of the Conditioning Body Oil on the bristles before use. Shower/bath before skin-brushing if you’re using oil on the brush. If not, shower/bath after skin brushing, and then apply your Conditioning Body Oil. Body brushing optimises the absorption & benefits of the precious botanicals in the Conditioning Body Oil.


  • Make sure the room you are in is at a comfortable temperature
  • Always keep the direction of your stroke towards your heart
  • Use long sweeping strokes on your arms & legs
  • Start at your feet and move up onto your torso & then neck
  • When brushing your arms, begin at the hands and work upwards towards your shoulders
  • Massage your stomach & buttocks in clockwise, circular motions
  • Apply light pressure on most of the body, especially the neck & chest. Firmer pressure can be used over the elbows, knees & feet
  • Brush for at least 3-5 minutes, once to twice a week

*Harsh exfoliation is never the point, be sure not to press too hard. Any kind of brushing or exfoliation should be gentle and should never break the skin.


  • Wash the bristles with a gentle shampoo every 2 weeks, and allow to dry
  • If using an oil while brushing, wash after each use
  • Store your brush in a place where it can air dry


  • Avoid this treatment if you suffer from sensitive skin, especially eczema or psoriasis.
  • Don’t brush on broken/inflamed/sunburnt skin
  • Avoid brushing when you are ill
  • Should you experience any allergic reaction, discontinue use

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