Jute Body Dry Brush

15 reviews
$ 26.00

This all-natural dry brush is made of Jute fibers, which are soft (unlike Sisal, which are tough) yet still firm. The skin is the largest organ of the body - take care of it with this dry brush. 

  • Exfoliate dead skin layer
  • Stimulate the lymphatic system
  • Improve blood flow and digestion
  • Increase the elasticity of the skin
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Tone and sculpt muscles
  • Reduce the appearance of cellulite

Brush along your body’s meridian lines where life-energy Chi flows. Instructions included with brush.

To enhance the benefits of Dry Brushing, apply GingerChi Juniper Toning Body Oil after brushing and bathing.

Note: Jute, the softer of our two brush fibers, is ideal for those with thin and sensitive skin or those who are new to dry brushing. As your skin gets used to brushing, you can adopt the more vigorous and stimulating Sisal Body Dry Brush.

Jute fibers, wood, cotton, steel wires. The Jute comes from a small family owned business that operates under fair trade ethics in Sri Lanka. The sustainable fibers used for the brushes are harvested from around the region.

100% Natural. Vegan. Cruelty Free. GingerChi products are purely natural, vegan, cruelty free, and organic when possible. They contain no parabens, no petroleum mineral oil, no artificial colors. Tested on human friends only.

Dry brushing takes about 5 – 10 minutes and we recommend one or two times a week. Dry brush before a shower as part of your ritual. Do not brush too vigorously or too frequently as this can damage skin and cause irritation and dryness.

For the more sensitive areas, control the amount of pressure exerted. Instructions are included with the brush. Find out more about Dry Brushing and the benefits in our Journal section.

Q: How often should I dry bush?
A: Dry brushing should be done once or twice a week. If you have very sensitive skin, try doing it once every few weeks.

Q: What is the difference between the Jute and Sisal?
A: Jute fiber softer than sisal fiber. Both can be used for dry brushing. Jute brushes are recommended if you haven’t tried out dry brushing before since it’s softer and is gentler on the skin to get used to this routine.

Q: What are the benefits of dry brushing?
A: Dry brushing is great for the lymphatic system by helping to remove toxins from the body. It also is great for skin exfoliation and possibly reducing cellulite from the massage the bristles have against your skin.

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
A+ for the handle!

The handle on this dry brush is such a plus as I was able to reach my entire back. The brush itself offers gentle yet effective exfoliation. I have been using the brush for a while now and it is giving me a spa-worthy glow. Thank you, Anna and team!

Good for sensitive skin

My dry brush arrived about 5 days ago. I've used it twice; I have sensitive, itchy skin. Too soon to notice any change in my skin's elasticity but the brushing and follow up body oil has definitely decreased itchiness.

Nicole Sams
Nice quality

I have bee using Persoma dry brush for long time but it doesn’t have a handle. This dry brush is a great quality & has a handle. I have sensitive skin so Jute brushes are softer. On the website there is 2 options Jute & Sisal…My tag still said sisal and not as soft. It still a great brush and not irritating me will keep. I will check on the 2 options when I order next time

Highly recommend the Jute brush

Really enjoy using the Jute dry brush! It's the perfect texture and I actually feel more relaxed after doing the brushing (and my skin feels softer, too)! Purchasing this brush is a great investment in anyone's self-care routine!

Stephanie s
great addition to self care routine

i have loved adding fry brushing into my routine before showering! I actually feel like im seeing a difference in skin brightness and firmness! I have been working out 30-45 mins daily and in combination with fry brushing, i feel my cellulite on my thighs is reducing!

Thank you for taking the time for to leave us your feedback, Stephanie! We really appreciate it. Dry brushing is so good for skin not to mention all the other wellness benefits. Keep up the good work!

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