This natural nailbrush is especially suitable for caring for your hands and nails.
It is a healthy habit to brush fingernails and toenails each day.
The nails are all little elimination organs, which need to be cleaned every day to remove the previous night’s waste products, along with cleansing daily dirt.
This works very well using the short bristles of the nailbrush, which reach firmly under the nails.
It is cold and flu season, and handwashing signs such as “Clean Hands Save Lives” are popping up everywhere. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that 80% of infections are transmitted by hands:
The bacteria that cause diarrhea, pneumonia, skin and eye infections, and infectious disease are often passed along by hand.
Norovirus, the most prevalent pathogen in foodborne illness, lives and thrives in the restroom. The path to norovirus contamination and illness is feces to hand to mouth and/or food.
MRSA is often found on computer keyboards and under fingernails. MSRA bacteria are so dangerous because they are resistant to most antibiotics.
Good hand hygiene is frequently called the “do-it-yourself vaccine” because this simple act can help protect you and your family from infection and disease. A thorough hand washing reduces transient bacteria on the hands and prevents pathogenic bacteria from building biofilm under the fingernails. It also breaks the illness chain by preventing hand to hand transmission
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.
The Best Brushes Ever
Regular brushing of the skin including the toenails and fingernails is an extremely effective aid to cleanse the whole body and care for it.
Over the years, we have tested a variety of brushes, and we have finally located the three best body brushes ever.
The Facial Brush
The Facial Brush has soft bristles suitable for gentle brushing the face, neck, and décolleté.
Natural Body Brush
This body brush is made of Beech plywood and has very hard hair for the whole body with a firm skin.
This body brush can be used dry and wet.
– Hair of wild boar (Chunking).
The Body and Breast Brush
The Body and Breast Brush is the perfect size and texture to dry-brush the body and more delicate breasts.
Natural Hair Brush
The natural bristles of this hairbrush are fine and strong which enables the brush to grip the hair and clean it smoothly and gently.
Professional Hair Brush (High-Quality)
The high-quality Professional Hair Brush from P. Jentschura gives you a natural shine to your hair and prevent your hair from dry, brittle tips.
Made for hair care and salon professionals.
The Energy Brush
The Energy Brush has fine bronze bristles made of copper and zinc. Due to the molecular structure of the bristles they have a negative ion charge. When brushed on the skin, the negatively charged oxygen ions important for our material and energetic wellbeing are generated right on the skin.
Professional Massage Brush
The Professional Massage Brush is only for dry brushing
Anti Cellulite Massage Brush
The Anti Cellulite Massage Brush is designed to activate your blood and lymphatic circulation, stimulate tissue drainage and decrease cellulite, improving its appearance.
This natural nailbrush is especially suitable for caring for your hands and nails. It is a healthy habit to brush fingernails and toenails each day.
Squeeze all of the benefits of dry-brushing by bathing or taking a sauna afterwards. For the perfect finish, apply the Best Skin Ever to lubricate every inch of skin. Your skin will glow with good health.
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