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Tampico FSC Dry Body Brush


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Non-Toxic Dry Body Brush, has not been sprayed with chemicals. Long handle, detachable brush head, canvas hand strap, made of the finest Tampico plant bristles, this is our premium dry body brush from the new range of brushes made in Europe.

Tampico bristles are a fine plant bristle that won't scratch the skin, it is cut on a smooth convex so it hugs the body while dry brushing and has no sharp edges.


If you are trying to rid your body of toxins don’t risk using a body brush that is covered in chemicals.  You deserve the best quality!

Brush Care- As the timber in the new brushes are in their natural state is it important to note that special care is needed to maintain the brush.

  • When washing the brush with a tea tree soap, try to keep the water on just the bristles and then pad the bristles into a towel to remove as much excess water as possible.   This will speed up drying time and reduce any chance of the brush developing mildew.
  • Once you have padded the bristles with a towel, leave to hang in a well ventilated area or lay with bristles facing down so it can dry naturally and the water can run away from the brush head.
  • It is recommended to spray the brush with a Tea Tree spray after each body brush to kill any bacteria which will prolong the life of the brush.
  • Ensure the entire brush head is dry before using again, any water residue left in the brush will cause mildew.
  • Because the timber is natural and has not been treated with chemicals, plastics or lacquer the timber may crack if it gets really wet, which is why we suggest to wash just the bristles. If any cracks occur this will not affect the quality of the brush.

My journey to developing the most non-toxic dry body brush will continue to develop and improve. To have peace of mind that you are not touching something that can transfer toxins into your skin gives me peace of mind, not only for myself, but also for my family and my customers.


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Handle: FSC Beechwood, Heat treated (not fumigated with chemicals) oiled timber.

Strap: Canvas hand strap on brush head and ribbon through handle

Bristle: Tampico Plant Bristle

Bristle Category: Firm

Dimensions: 48*8*4cm

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Mary Trengrove wrote:
1 Nov '19 8:46pm

This is the second body brush I have owned. I find it a lot easier to use that my previous brush. For a start, the head comes off and goes back on without too much effort, which is great for my weak wrists (my previous one was very stiff and hard to adjust). The handle is a good length for doing my back, and the strap on the head makes it easier to hold for the rest of the body. The bristles on this one are lovely and natural, with just the right amount of firmness. I have been using it every other day for the past fortnight. My skin feels smooth and soft. I also find dry skin brushing a great wake up in the mornings. I don’t ever drink coffee, so a dry skin brush, followed by shower hydrotherapy (alternate the water temperature between hot and cold), really wakes you up from sluggish to alert! I always used plant-based oils to moisturise after a shower, and cold pressed apricot kernel oil is wonderful finish to the routine. My skin feels very silky. I have better skin at 50 than I did at 20, which is a nice feeling especially when the media focus is always on youth. Yesterday I took it up a notch, by doing the dry skin brushing in the morning and Abhyanga (self-massage with warm oil) at night. I often do Abhyanga if feeling stressed and frazzled after work, and last night when doing it, I noticed that it flowed a lot smoother since I started the dry skin brushing. Going forwards, a combination of dry skin brushing and Abhyanga is going to be amazingly lovely way to relax and feel wonderful.
Rebecca Gaspert
Rebecca Gaspert replied with:
6 Nov '19 12:55am
Thank you for leaving such a wonderful review. I will definitely be looking up Abhyanga, sounds amazing! ~ Rebecca xx