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Yes. Every time before I shower while I wait for the water to get to the right temperature. It helps the circulation, is supposed to reduce cellulite (though I haven't noticed that), and it feels wonderful and relaxing. Especially brushing the palms of my hands!

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@Porcelain wrote:

Yes. Every time before I shower while I wait for the water to get to the right temperature. It helps the circulation, is supposed to reduce cellulite (though I haven't noticed that), and it feels wonderful and relaxing. Especially brushing the palms of my hands!


Wow, @Porcelain ! I brush the soles of my feet, but never thought to brush the palms of my hands! My musician's hands could probably benefit from that! Thanks for mentioning!

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you can also add a contrast shower

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I dry brushed for a few years. Then, I went to my current regimen of soaking in a bath of sea salt and baking soda and after soaking for about twenty minutes, I use a household scrub brush.

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I dry brush except for the soles of my feet (I start at top of toes--right foot) and I don't dry brush my face.

 

My brushes aren't long handled, it's easier with a short handled brush for me.  So I don't get all of my back.

 

I don't do circular motions, but long swoops.