Professional Massage Brush
Only for dry brushing
from solid beech wood with medium strong bristles
with an adjustable hook and loop fastener
The body of the brush is made from solid beech wood or beech plywood, which is protected against water by an immersion process which gives it a fine wax coating. If brushes are used in water, over time the wood will change color and small cracks may form, but these natural processes in the “working” wood do not affect the quality in any way.
The light colored bristles which are used in the cosmetic brush as well as in the professional massage brush, facial and bath brushes, are bleached for a more attractive appearance.
Advantages P. Jentschura brushes
√ brushes in different shapes adapted to use
√ brush bodies made from solid beech wood or beech plywood
√ long, strong and high quality natural bristles
√ thick, evenly distributed bristles
√ long-lasting when cared for appropriately
√ gentle and protective skin cleansing
√ improves blood circulation of the skin
Wild Boar Bristles
P. Jentschura brushes are made with natural bristles. The best bristle quality is that of the traditional brand Chungking Tiger, which is used in P. Jentschura brushes. The hard first cut of the approximately 120 mm long natural black bristles, as used for example in the P. Jentschura hairbrush, is also known as “wild boar bristles”.
Introducing the Best Body Brushes Ever!
Is your body oxygen-starved?
Oxygen atoms make up over 80% of the human body, making oxygen the true elixir of life. We thrive on negatively-charged oxygen ions that are inhaled through the air, absorbed through our drinking water, and ingested in the concentrated form of hydrogen peroxide.
Oxygen ions connect us with the earth. They are found in the coastline of a beautiful beach, the elegant rush of a waterfall, each droplet of rain and every sparkling snowflake.
Oxygen ion levels are increased with air friction, which is created by dry-brushing the skin. Brushing also has massive benefits for the body’s circulatory and nervous systems.
How to Dry Brush with Essential Oils