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Last Day for Special Skin Brush Promotion from Sublime Beauty(R): Buy One and Get One as a Gift for a Family Member
Date:5/12/2013

St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) May 12, 2013

What if there was a tool under $20 that could help with long-term health benefits? And using it only 5 or 10 minutes per day could boost circulation, support the immune system and make skin glow? The tool is a natural-bristled brush and Skin Brushing is the action. This is what Sublime Beauty® and founder Kathy Heshelow is highlighting with excitement.

Skin Brushing has been practiced through the ages, from ancient Greece and Ayurvedic India through more recent Native American tribes. Today, a small group of models, actresses and health-conscious people use daily Skin Brushing. Sublime Beauty® hopes that everyone will discover and accept Skin Brushing in their daily regimes.

Skin Brushing clears toxins and dead cells from the skin. The skin, our largest organ, eliminates up to 1/3rd of our impurities daily. As skin ages, it becomes more difficult to shed the cells and toxins and the skin can become clogged, which puts more strain on other organs. In addition, skin quality suffers. Daily brushing solves the problem. In addition, Skin Brushing boosts blood circulation and gives a feeling of invigoration. Also important, brushing boosts the lymphatic system... key to the immune system. The lymphatic system has no "pump" like the heart and typically relies on muscle movements. Brushing adds that boost. And there are other benefits Sublime Beauty® explains in a 6 page brochure to all purchasers of the Sublime Beauty® Skin Brush.

How to Skin Brush? Always brush towards the heart; use medium to firm strokes starting at the feet and working up; brush everywhere except the face; don't brush over open sores of course; and spend a little more time on the lymph-node rich areas of armpits and inner thighs as well as on areas of rough skin. Soon skin will glow and quality will improve, and daily brushing will become part of a regular and desir
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