Zoom ELYTRUM - Small Sisal Brush, Sisal Collection
Zoom ELYTRUM - Small Sisal Brush, Sisal Collection
Zoom ELYTRUM - Small Sisal Brush, Sisal Collection

ELYTRUM - Small Sisal Brush, Sisal Collection

£8.90

THE PRODUCT

An ideal starter skin brush for those new to body brushing.

Suitable for smaller, harder to reach areas, this cactus fibre body brush effectively exfoliates the skin, unclogs pores, clears away dirt and impurities, leaving all parts of your body clean, soft and with an even skin tone. It will find room in your bag easily, so you don’t have to miss out on your daily body brushing wherever you go. 

Can be used for dry body brushing or brushing in a shower, bath or sauna.

18 x 7 x 3.5 cm  / 7 x 3 x 1.4 inch

Sisal body brushes can be used on dry skin, or with a natural soap or oil when in a shower or bath.

Use gentle but firm, long sweeping strokes without too much pressure. Start brushing at the bottom of your feet, always moving upwards towards your heart.  A body brushing ritual should typically last around 3-5 minutes.

Sisal (brush head): Sisal is a natural fibre extracted from sisal plants of agave cactus family, Agave Sisalana, also known as ‘sisal’. Sisal is most commonly used for fibre production. Agave plants are lasting succulents that grow throughout the year, even on marginal land and in hot and dry areas. It is cultivated in well-organised plantations, mainly in Kenya and Tanzania. Sisal has stiff fibres traditionally used for producing rope, twine, paper, cloth, and carpets.

Sisal body brushes are of a medium bristle category, suitable for a dry body brushing and massage but also ideal for use in the shower or bath. Sisal fibre has a golden creamy colour, it is durable, does not absorb water easily, and it is highly resistant to bacterial damage. It is the perfect natural fibre for exfoliation to improve skin tone and condition.

  • 100% natural
  • Made with renewable and sustainable resources
  • Vegan
  • Plastic Free
  • Ethically handmade

After each use, lightly run your palm over the bristles to remove any remaining skin particles left on the brush

Spritz with an antiseptic spray (such as tea tree solution) to eliminate bacteria

Once a week (if used daily), wash the brush with warm water and a gentle soap. Swirl it in water without soaking and leaving the whole brush in water

Rinse the brush, then shake out or pad excess water into a towel

Hang it from the cord to ensure the bristles are pointing down whilst drying and allow the brush to dry in a well-ventilated area.

  • The brushes are made from all-natural materials. They are biodegradable and compostable.

THE DIRECTIONS

Sisal body brushes can be used on dry skin, or with a natural soap or oil when in a shower or bath.

Use gentle but firm, long sweeping strokes without too much pressure. Start brushing at the bottom of your feet, always moving upwards towards your heart.  A body brushing ritual should typically last around 3-5 minutes.

THE MATERIALS

Sisal (brush head): Sisal is a natural fibre extracted from sisal plants of agave cactus family, Agave Sisalana, also known as ‘sisal’. Sisal is most commonly used for fibre production. Agave plants are lasting succulents that grow throughout the year, even on marginal land and in hot and dry areas. It is cultivated in well-organised plantations, mainly in Kenya and Tanzania. Sisal has stiff fibres traditionally used for producing rope, twine, paper, cloth, and carpets.

Sisal body brushes are of a medium bristle category, suitable for a dry body brushing and massage but also ideal for use in the shower or bath. Sisal fibre has a golden creamy colour, it is durable, does not absorb water easily, and it is highly resistant to bacterial damage. It is the perfect natural fibre for exfoliation to improve skin tone and condition.

THE CREDENTIALS

  • 100% natural
  • Made with renewable and sustainable resources
  • Vegan
  • Plastic Free
  • Ethically handmade

THE OPTIMAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS

After each use, lightly run your palm over the bristles to remove any remaining skin particles left on the brush

Spritz with an antiseptic spray (such as tea tree solution) to eliminate bacteria

Once a week (if used daily), wash the brush with warm water and a gentle soap. Swirl it in water without soaking and leaving the whole brush in water

Rinse the brush, then shake out or pad excess water into a towel

Hang it from the cord to ensure the bristles are pointing down whilst drying and allow the brush to dry in a well-ventilated area.

THE RECYCLING STEPS 

  • The brushes are made from all-natural materials. They are biodegradable and compostable.

ELYTRUM - Small Sisal Brush, Sisal Collection

£8.90