30 Days to Dry Skin Brushing walks you through your time preparing to start Dry Skin Brushing and describes the planning and measures you can take before you begin your wonderful practice. If you are one of many procrastinators this is your chance to create your new healthy habit for good. Maybe you bought brushes or looked into it in the past, but now you can be sure to get started.
Much of the feedback I received after writing the Dry Skin Brushing Survival Guide is from people who want to try, but do not know where to begin when they consider starting Dry Skin Brushing. They have heard of detoxing but they do not really understand what it means. Or they tried another detox method once and a had a bad experience so they are ignoring it for now.
They cannot come up with the steps it will take to fit Dry Skin Brushing into their lives.
You might be one of those people who are unsure of how to start with a detox plan. But today, health or other reasons are finally making you decide to try to work a daily practice of Dry Skin Brushing into your life. Who wants to live the rest of it feeling so crummy?
The second major feedback I receive is from people who jump into Dry Skin Brushing without any knowledge or planning. They have no idea what they are getting into and often face severe, debilitating side effects when they first start.
It took me two years and the assistance of a fitness trainer to finally give it a try. My biggest obstacle was my emotional hesitancy to start. I did not want to investigate my obese and later sagging, newly thin body. I did not know what would happen if I detoxed and I was not sure I wanted to find out. I could not find any "instruction manual" on how to start – the reason I wrote 30 Days to Dry Skin Brushing for you.