The Robert Gray Skin Brush is a long handled bath-type brush with natural vegetable bristles. It is used for dry skin brushing to stimulate cleansing of the lymphatic system. This brush must not be used for bathing since it needs to be kept dry.
Like the colon, the lymphatic system can contain stagnant waste matter. To feel the full benefit of the Robert Gray Intestinal Cleansing Program, it is important to use skin brushing to stimulate and cleanse the lymphatic system. Once the colon is at least partially cleansed, it takes a few months of daily skin brushing to completely cleanse the system. You should begin skin brushing at the same time you begin the program. When you perform skin brushing, your body should be dry, and should move the brush once over every body surface except your face, using a clean sweeping motion. Do not use any back and forth motion, circular motion, scrubbing, nor massaging. One clean sweep is all you need. Start brushing at your neck, and then move down your trunk, brushing generally the direction of the lower abdomen. Also brush across the top of your shoulders and upper back, and brush up your arms, legs, and buttocks. Done properly, this technique takes no more than four or five minutes to perform and is very stimulating and invigorating. You should practice skin brushing daily for a period of three months, no mater how long you take the intestinal cleansing products. Therefore, you should only perform skin brushing twice weekly, allowing three to four days between each brushing. It is best to always perform skin brushing on the same two days of every week.
1 brush required per person.