This compact and effective dry massage brush can easily be taken on trips and while traveling. The body of the brush is made of natural and well-polished beech. The bristles are made of tampico fibre (made from agave leaves). The brush body has a fabric handle cover, which makes it very handy to use. Thanks to high-quality materials, it will last you a long time.
Please massage before showering. Keep the brush away from moisture. Work up following the lines of the lymph. Push the skin intensively using a little pressure. If the massage causes a strong burning sensation and/or red spots, please reduce the pressure during the next procedure. Start the massage from your legs; thighs and buttocks should be massaged in circular movements and then go in the upward direction. Massage your back, starting from the lower back and gliding to the shoulder blades. Ease the pressure when massaging your belly. Massage time is from 10 to 15 minutes. It is recommended to take a contrast shower, after the massage, to enjoy a more noticeable effect. After washing away all peeled-off skin particles, apply your usual preferred Letique products. We recommend massaging 3-4 times a week.
Rub the brush body with a damp (not wet, but slightly damp) cloth and then wipe with a dry cloth.
- To wash the brush bristles prepare a soap solution.
- In the horizontal position, lower the brush bristles by 1-1.5 cm into this solution. Then, keeping the same position, lower them into clean water. Then gently wipe with a dry cloth. Leave the brush to fully dry with the bristles face down.
- Do not store the brush in areas of high humidity. Do not dry on radiators, under direct sunlight, or with a hair dryer, and do not leave to dry in the bathroom.
- Once the bristles are completely dry, the brush can be used again.
- Repeat once a month or more, depending on how often the brush is used.
Important: keep the brush away from moisture. Use only for dry massage!
Contraindications: do not use the brush in severe forms of skin (including vascular) diseases, in the area of open injuries.