Homedic Elle Macpherson Wet & Dry Face and Body Brush Review & Giveaway

 Last year I tested the Elle Macpherson Rotating Dry Body Brush which was ok but I had a few minor criticism about it like  I found the handle awkward to hold especially when trying to get areas like your back,nothing major but I was happy to see a new model released called the Homedic Elle Macpherson Wet &; Dry Face and Body Brush. 

Product Description
Product description / spec Providing an all over body deep cleansing and exfoliation, this Elle Macpherson wet and dry brush can be used both in and out of the shower. It features a comfort grip handle for ease of use and a rotating head with four attachments; a cactus dry brush, loofah, pumice stone and facial brush. •Includes a 100% natural bristle dry body brush to exfoliate and revitalise your skin, a pumice stone attachment for the perfect pedicure, a deep cleansing facial brush for use in or out of the shower and a natural loofah to cleanse and exfoliate.
The Homedic Elle Macpherson Wet & Dry Face and Body Brush  comes with the following removable attachments 



 loofah attachment
pumice stone 
facial brush
 so it is not just restricted to a dry brush. 
It now has a handle thingy which makes it easier to hold and control when trying to get hard to reach areas like your back. 

 Unfortunately the diameter is smaller on the Wet & Dry Face and Body Brush than the Rotating Dry Body Brush which is a little disappointing but not the worst thing in the world.

 I feel like the rotation is slower on the Wet &Dry Face and Body Brush but I no longer have the Rotating Dry Body Brush to compare it with so I could be wrong. 

 My main gripe about the Wet & Dry Face and Body Brush is that it takes batteries instead of a charger because I never remember to replace batteries but at the same time you can get it wet to use the loofah and the facial brush attachment which wouldn't be possible if it used a mains charger. 

 I think this item is great for travel as you have all your bits and pieces together however  I will probably lose one of the attachments and I can bet it will be the a pumice stone one (But that’s just me).
  In all I am pleased with this product. I have been dry brushing for over a year now using both a manual and a rotating brush and defiantly believe it’s worth trying. 

Homedic Elle Macpherson Wet & Dry Face and Body Brush

Benefits of Dry Body Brushing The benefits of dry skin brushing include: 
 Increasing the circulation to the skin could possibly reduce the appearance of cellulite. Cellulite is toxic material accumulated in your body’s fat cells. So, rather than take drastic measures like liposuction, how about utilizing the dry skin brushing techniques to help break down unwanted toxins? 
 Dry body brushing helps shed dead skin cells (and encourages new cell renewal), which results in smoother and brighter skin. 
It can also help with any pesky ingrown hairs. 
 It assists in improving vascular blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. By releasing toxins, it encourages the body’s discharge of metabolic wastes so the body is able to run more effectively.
Dry skin brushing rejuvenates the nervous system by stimulating nerve endings in the skin (and it feels pretty great, too!). 
 It helps with muscle tone and gives you a more even distribution of fat deposits. 
 Dry skin brushing helps your skin to absorb nutrients by eliminating clogged pores.

 If you would like to find out for yourself why not enter my prize draw to win one of your own Have you tried Dry Body Brushing? What are your thoughts?
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