Natural Body Brush

Natural Body Brush


4 Peak rating: 

1. Natural, upcycled materials

2. No harsh chemicals

3. Recyclable shipping materials

4. Ethical work practices


Natural Body Brush | Coconut Body Brush | Scalp Brush | Knuckle Brush | Exfoliating Body Brush | Dry Skin Brush | Body Brush | Body Scrub


*This listing is for a 3 Finger/Knuckle Natural Brush made from reclaimed teak wood and coconut husks**

Skin is our body’s largest elimination organ, discharging more than a pound of impurities and toxins through our pores on a daily basis!

Therefore, dry body brushing is an essential step for your skincare routine.

What are the benefits of dry brushing?

- Stimulates the connective tissue under the skin, therefore, increases body circulatory system.
- Exfoliates the skin, removing dull surface skin cells, leaving skin looking smooth, radiant, rejuvenated and glowing.
- Reduces Cellulite.
- Stimulates the lymph flow and detoxifies the skin.
- Natural energy boost.

Best use before showering and in combination with your favorite skin moisturizer — your skin will be feeling smooth and soothed.

How to care for your dry skin brush:

Wash with soap and water, hang to dry.

This listing is for 1 brush only.

Measures approximately: 4.5" x 4"

The 3 hole style is designed to fit nicely on your fingers for better grip. Perfect for scrubbing the scalp, feet, heels and toes.

**Coconut fibers are resistant to oil and grease, and naturally inhibit bacteria growth. This makes the brush also suitable for any other type of cleaning.**


Brush with plastic bristles sheds tiny little pieces of plastic which will eventually end up in the ocean and harm the sea life.
Unfortunately these tiny plastic pieces are not filtered out fully by sewage treatment. So when you hear about the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" the majority of this garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean is actually tiny pieces of plastic that aren't even visible to the human eye.

These tiny plastic pieces are being eaten by marine animals and ending up in the food chain, being consumed by humans in sushi restaurants around the globe! And if you're vegan, they are ending up in our tap water too. Help us turn off the plastic tap and choose a more sustainable option for humans and the planet.


Teak wood is a tropical hardwood that is dense and not easily bent or cracked over time.
In my home country Indonesia, teak wood is most widely used for furniture and is considered among the most expensive wood due to its beauty and durability.
Although teak is one of the faster growing trees, our team does not have the need to cut down trees.
Furniture makers always have unwanted scrap lumber or leftover/unused materials that are filling up the landfill. Our team collects, reuses, reclaims, recycles, and puts them to good use in any way they can.

The same goes with the bristles. They are made from coconut husk.
Indonesia is one of the largest coconut producers in the world. Every part of the coconut fruit is used as material to make a variety of products.
The fruit is the main source of food, drinks, cooking oil, sauces, etc. The shells are used to make incense sticks, bowls, utensils, and many more. The husks are used to make doormats, indoor plant pots, brushes, etc.
Our team utilizes every single pre-consumer and post-consumer waste to create products of higher quality and keep up with the increasingly eco conscious market.