Mio Skincare The Mio Body Brush

stimulate, boost circulation, smooth rough skin

GBP 9.43

RRP: £14.50

£9.43

Save: £5.07

Mio Skincare The Mio Body Brush

This is your must have tool for smooth looking and stimulated skin, perfect for reducing the appearance of cellulite. Our natural boar bristle brush with massage nodules is super simple to use and it really works.

  • Exfoliates, revealing smoother, fresher, more vibrant skin

How it works

As we get a little older, our skin becomes less efficient at this whole detox/elimination process and less effective at naturally shedding the layers of dead skin cells that clog up the surface. Body brushing is a fast and very effective way of helping keep your skin in peak condition.

We are committed to ensuring all of our products are cruelty free. This product however is not vegan as it contains boar bristles. Mio Skincare is working to ensure all of our products are vegan in the future.

Made of natural boar bristles (not nylon!), rubber massage nodules, sustainable bamboo and a comfy cotton handle.

Brand:
Mio Skincare
Directions:

Dry Body Brushing:

Best done in the morning, perhaps before you shower.
Start at soles of your feet (We know, side benefit is it tickles).
Work up your calves, Always brush in the direction of your heart (so upwards on legs). Remember the backs of your knees when brushing your thighs!
Pay special attention to backs of thighs or areas where you have cellulite. Use upward strokes.
Before moving onto your upper body, brush your hands and arms, again moving brush towards heart.
Brush under arms too, and pay special attention to wobbly backs of upper arms.
Then brush your back, as much as you can reach (or ask your partner to help!).
Finally brush your tummy and chest – using clockwise sweeps on tummy, following the direction of your digestive system. Adjust the pressure of the brush to the different parts of your body so it is comfortable. It should be stimulating enough to increase circulation but gentle on your skin. You should see a rosy flush to the areas you have brushed. It’s good to try and give a minimum of 3 minutes for this whole body brushing, ideally 3 times a week.

Hot Tip - Wet brushing versus dry brushing

Most massage therapists recommend brushing on dry skin, pre-shower. We have been brushing for years on both dry AND wet skin. Sometimes wet skin is easier and less scratchy and you can do it immediately after a bath/shower before towelling dry. It is up to you which one fits into your routine easier because we think both give huge benefits.

Mio Skincare The Mio Body Brush

stimulate, boost circulation, smooth rough skin

GBP 9.43

RRP: £14.50

£9.43

Save: £5.07

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This is your must have tool for smooth looking and stimulated skin, perfect for reducing the appearance of cellulite. Our natural boar bristle brush with massage nodules is super simple to use and it really works.

  • Exfoliates, revealing smoother, fresher, more vibrant skin

How it works

As we get a little older, our skin becomes less efficient at this whole detox/elimination process and less effective at naturally shedding the layers of dead skin cells that clog up the surface. Body brushing is a fast and very effective way of helping keep your skin in peak condition.

We are committed to ensuring all of our products are cruelty free. This product however is not vegan as it contains boar bristles. Mio Skincare is working to ensure all of our products are vegan in the future.

Made of natural boar bristles (not nylon!), rubber massage nodules, sustainable bamboo and a comfy cotton handle.

Brand:
Mio Skincare
Directions:

Dry Body Brushing:

Best done in the morning, perhaps before you shower.
Start at soles of your feet (We know, side benefit is it tickles).
Work up your calves, Always brush in the direction of your heart (so upwards on legs). Remember the backs of your knees when brushing your thighs!
Pay special attention to backs of thighs or areas where you have cellulite. Use upward strokes.
Before moving onto your upper body, brush your hands and arms, again moving brush towards heart.
Brush under arms too, and pay special attention to wobbly backs of upper arms.
Then brush your back, as much as you can reach (or ask your partner to help!).
Finally brush your tummy and chest – using clockwise sweeps on tummy, following the direction of your digestive system. Adjust the pressure of the brush to the different parts of your body so it is comfortable. It should be stimulating enough to increase circulation but gentle on your skin. You should see a rosy flush to the areas you have brushed. It’s good to try and give a minimum of 3 minutes for this whole body brushing, ideally 3 times a week.

Hot Tip - Wet brushing versus dry brushing

Most massage therapists recommend brushing on dry skin, pre-shower. We have been brushing for years on both dry AND wet skin. Sometimes wet skin is easier and less scratchy and you can do it immediately after a bath/shower before towelling dry. It is up to you which one fits into your routine easier because we think both give huge benefits.

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