Brushing can be done daily, except for those with extremely sensitive skin or skin disorders, such as eczema or chronic dryness.
It is important to use the brush on the body while keeping the bristles slightly inclined to the skin and rotating the wrist 180° during each step, taking care not to press too hard. Skin redness is not a negative symptom, but rather evidence of skin stimulation. Be careful, however, not to overstimulate the areas that are more sensitive, such as the armpits and groin.
How to use:
Start the massage by placing a knob of scrub and on the back, sole and hips of the right foot and directing the movements towards the toes.
Then move on to the shin and calf, making wide and uniform movements, in the direction of the thigh. Next, massage the anterior, posterior, internal and external thighs, always in the direction of the upper part of the body, up to the groin and buttocks. Repeat the operation on the left leg. Then, massage the buttocks from the bottom up and the hips from the outside in. Next, focus on the arms, working on the back and palm of the right hand and massaging towards ends of the fingers; move onto the forearm and arm, internal and external, moving into the shoulder and armpit. Repeat the operation on the left arm.
Next, pass the brush over the abdomen and chest in upward movements, avoiding and paying particular attention to the breasts and nipples. Finally, massage the back from the bottom up, and the neck, starting from it and ending on the shoulders. Use warm soapy water to wash the brush, avoiding letting it soak. Rinse the brush well and let it dry rigorously away from humidity with the bristles facing down.