Using a back brush is considered a must when talking about hygiene. Which type is the right one for you, which are the pros and cons of each one and how much do you have to pay owning one, are some of the questions answered to the following article.
Choosing the right one
Loofah sponge Natural sponges are harvested from either sea animals or vegetable plants, namely gourds. Loofah, or luffa, sponges are produced from long, thin gourds and are much harder and more abrasive than sea sponges. Back loofah sponges are used for scrubbing and exfoliating dead skin. Keep in mind that newly purchased loofah sponges are very hard and you should soften them by dipping in warm water. Back scrubbers A bath brush aids in scrubbing tough-to-reach spots. It can also help improve circulation by stimulating the skin. But which one is better? Plastic and wood bath brushes do the same job and in general are equally effective. However, the wooden one can be recycled and it is considered to be softer and gentler than the plastic one. Feng shui back brush Lots of people started using the feng shui back brush. Each one of them claims that owning one made them calmer and helped them reach the feng shui energy. Keep in mind that this kind of brush is long enough and is suitable for people having movement disabilities.
The cost of each one of them
The good news is that whatever type of back brush you may choose, you don't have to pay a lot of money. For example, a loofah sponge may approximately cost 10 to 15 euros. The cost for a bath brush varies. For example, you will pay approximately 6 to 10 euros if you purchase a plastic one. However, if you want to buy a wooden one, you will pay from 10 to 16 euros. The feng shui back brush You may think that this kind of brush is the most expensive. After an online research, I found that you can buy one at Amazon.com for 11 dollars. In the same website, I found a feng shui brush for 18 dollars, even for 100 dollars. But you can find a feng shui brush even for 7 dollars at Luckyvitamin.com.