|It says Aromatherapy Associates Bagpuss, not AssociCATS!|
BP said it looked just like a horse grooming brush only it seemed a little nicer. I explained that it is made out of cactus (not CATus!) sisal bristles and it is supposed to be used in circular motion to boost circulation and remove dead skin cells.
|"Are those CATus bristles?!"|
This in turn aids toxin removal and boosts new cell growth. Since BP is covered in fur he said it might not work, but we tested it out a little and it worked pretty well. So well BP sat there a rubbed his cheeks over it. He particularly liked having a gentle belly rub!
|It's a human body brush Bagpuss!!|
You'd be surprised- even cats have a build up of toxins! I think BP has permanently nicked this off me so I am going to have to invest in a new one- although body brushes last ages so it is a good investment! I think the Aromatherapy Associates one is a good buy because the material strap fits gently over your hand allowing an easy firm grip- especially useful if in the shower. It is similar to the Elmis one (link), but a fraction of the price. I try to use this on a daily basis either first thing in the morning or last thing at night and my skin is certainly noticing the benefits. As is my cellulite. Not that cats have to worry much about cellulite....
|Body Brush- good for cat belly rubs!|
Aromatherapy Associates Body Brush is available from good retailers such as BeautyBay (link).
Do you body brush? Do your pets take a weird interest in things that arent for them??! Would you like more posts from Bagpuss?
Disclaimer: Body brush is a press sample which I have had for several months- if not a year. I love it and these words are my own. No Bagpusses were harmed in the makeing of this post.