The skin is the largest part of the body, playing an important role in protection and regulation. Unfortunately, many of us take good care of the eyes, teeth and other organs of the body but neglect the health of the skin.
Ayurvedic medicine advises people to maintain healthy skin by following the procedure of dry cleaning. If you perform this procedure once or twice a week, it has diverse positive effects on the skin:
- Exfoliates and removes dead skin cells, usually located on its surface
- Improves blood circulation, which allows cells and organs to receive the necessary oxygen and nutrients
- Opens the pores blocked by dead skin, impurities from the environment, as well as cosmetic products
- Reduces cellulite by stimulating the production of collagen and fibrin and redistributing scalevalue liquid, which causes so unloved all the orange peel effect
- Relieves stress, because the dry cleaning is a kind of local relaxing massage
- Stimulates the lymphatic system and the immune system, helping to remove toxins during the cleaning of the limbs towards the heart and when cleaning the body in circular movements
How to perform a dry cleaning, if you have smooth skin
Exfoliation is easy to perform, it requires only a few simple tools:
- 1 Brush for dry body brushing
- sweet almond oil or organic coconut oil
This article was written by staff writer iHerb.