Try dry brushing your skin for this winter

Why you should try dry brushing your skin this winter

We all wake up to dry and flaky skin on winter mornings, no matter how much we moisturize the night before. Winters are notorious for making your skin dry and you are always on the lookout for a product that will make it easier for you to get through harshly cold months. 

Dry brushing skin/ Allure

Apart from gels and moisturizers, there are many other effective ways to take care of your skin in winters and one such way is dry brushing. 

Dry brushing involves brushing dry skin cells off your skin and is a popular way to exfoliate your skin as doing that just for your face isn’t enough. 

Here are a few reasons why you should try dry brushing your skin this winter: 

Best way to exfoliate most of your skin 

Most of us exfoliate our face and neck with scrubs but fail to do the same for the rest of our bodies. Drush brushing your skin before your morning shower can help exfoliate your foot, legs, arms, forearms, etc. You may also see your skin becoming softer with this practice. 

Stimulates lymphatic flow 

The lymphatic system is an essential part of our immune system. Dry brushing stimulates it and helps in natural detoxification as a result. 

Removes dirt from your pores 

The best way to ensure that your pores don’t remain clogged with dirt and oil is by investing time in removing them manually. Dry brushing helps with that and keeps your skin healthy and pores unclogged. 

May reduce cellulite 

 Although there is no evidence that dry brushing reduces cellulite, people have observed differences. The reason behind this can be improved circulation and removal of dead skin cells. 

Here are some of the reasons that might convince you to try dry brushing your skin. Remember not to overdo it, stick to dry brushing once or twice a week. Avoid brushing over broken or irritated skin.