Elle Macpherson Elle 'The Body' ELM-DB100-GB dry exfoliating brush
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About this item
This Elle 'The Body' ELM-DB100-GB dry exfoliating brush is tailor made to remove dead skin, aid lymphatic drainage and improve circulation. It combines a soft, responsibly sourced boar bristle brush, for delicate areas, with hard cactus bristles, for more instant results. It is rechargeable with a charging time of eight hours and a 40 minute battery life.
Promotes healthy glowing skin: Exfoliates dead skin, Aids lymphatic drainage, Improves circulation
Rechargeable - 40 mins use
8 hour charge
Aids lymphatic drainage and helps remove toxins
Palm grip for ultimate control when brushing
2 x natural brush heads: soft, responsibly sourced boar bristles for delicate areas and first few treatments, hard cactus bristles for maximum benefit
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Silvia Amazing product
What a fantastic feeling after a morning brush. I bought one for each of my friends - can't recommend it strongly enough!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Maggie66 Best product ever
I was sceptical after reading reviews posted on the website as some people complained if the brush being to harsh. It is a bit harsh but then if it wasnât it would not do the job. This is the best product I have used so far. My skin looks radiant and I was able to get rid of dead skin in minutes and without any effort.
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