How To Care For Your Largest Organ The Amazing Benefits of Skin Brushing

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Skin care is
literally a billion dollar a year business. Thousands of people
are drawn in to buying creams, scrubs, soaps and oils every day
by the promise of younger, firmer, wrinkle free skin. Many of these
products do have their uses. They can stop the skin from becoming
dry, sore and cracked; many can even reduce acne and help smooth
out fine lines. But none of them can boast the all around cleansing
benefits that are associated with the age old practice of dry skin
brushing.

The skin is
the body’s largest organ. It receives 1/3 of all the blood
pumped from the heart. It eliminates up to two pounds of waste acids
a day and is responsible for 1/4 of the body`s detoxification. The
skin is also the last organ to receive nutrients but the first to
show signs of any deficiency. Simply put, the skin is one of the
most important organs in the body and needs caring for in the proper
way. This is where dry skin
brushing
can have amazing benefits.

The body is
constantly creating new skin cells while shedding old ones at the
same time. Sometimes these old cells can cling to the surface of
your skin causing an uneven appearance as well as trapping bacteria
and stopping the new cells from breathing. These trapped bacteria
will multiply and produce the spots and bumps associated with acne.
Dry skin brushing is the best way to remove this old skin and leave
new cells behind, giving you a healthy glow as well as younger smoother
looking skin.

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July
2, 2009

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