How to do it right
- A brush with natural bristles
- A body scrub with big granules
- Body oil
- A silicone cup
Remember to be careful. The massage shouldn’t leave any bruises. Avoid such areas as the back of your knees and the inner surface of your thigh.
Step 1. Apply scrub to your dry skin moving from your feet upward.
Step 2. Use the tip of your thumb and fingers to knead your skin (almost as if you were pinching yourself) for 10 minutes.
Step 3. Now apply oil and a silicone cup (make sure it doesn’t hurt so as not to leave bruises). Move the cup in a circular motion from your feet upward.
Step 4. After the massage with the cup, repeat step 2.
Perform this procedure 3 times a week for 10 minutes on each zone.
This variant may be called an express massage, but it’s still effective. As usual, the main thing is regularity.
Step 1. Before taking a shower, massage your skin with a dry brush. All moves should be intense. Move the brush in a clockwise motion from your feet upward.
Step 2. After taking a shower, apply some oil, and knead problem areas.