Heritage Massage Brush- Ash Wood/Green Heritage Massage Brush- Ash Wood/Green

Heritage Massage Brush- Ash Wood/Green

Andrée Jardin



Discover our Andrée Jardin massage brush , the essential part of your well-being routine. Designed and manufactured in France, this brush will be useful for your massages, your scrubs but also for dry brushing.

The Andrée Jardin massage brush is renowned for promoting better blood circulation and proves to be an effective ally in the fight against cellulite. By performing targeted circular movements on areas prone to cellulite accumulation such as the legs, stomach, buttocks and saddlebags, you actively stimulate the lymphatic system. All of the products in the bath universe provide you with numerous natural treatments to take care of yourself.

Dry brushing is a recognized practice that allows for exfoliation of your body. By brushing your body before showering, your brush stimulates your blood circulation and will remove dead skin from your skin. The natural bristles of the massage brush avoid attacking the skin to provide you with an exfoliating treatment . At the end of your brushing, use a naturally exfoliating oil or soap for an optimal experience.

Designed & manufactured in: France

Material: Heat treated ashwood from French sustainably managed forests & natural hog bristles, cotton strap

DIMENSIONS: L 11.5cm x W 8cm x H 5cm

Maintenance: Dry the bristles downwards and drain well after use. Prolonged contact with water may alter its appearance.


About Andrée Jardin

Andrée Jardin is an artisanal brushmaker established in the Nantes region in France since 1947. Our desire is to share with as many people as possible home accessories that are respectful of our environment, beautiful, functional and that translate a French art of living.

The selection of natural raw materials and the craftsmanship required to make Andrée Jardin brushes are based on the experience of several generations and result in an exclusive quality. Our desire is to promote objects made of natural materials, far from the all-plastic mass production.