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The Wilbarger Protocol, or brushing therapy as many refer to it, is often a part of a sensory integration or sensory therapy program. It is a common part of a sensory diet. It involves brushing the body with a small surgical brush throughout the day. People who exhibit symptoms of tactile defensiveness, or extremely sensitive to touch can greatly benefit from brushing. Brushing offers deep pressure and tactile stimulation to calm and regain focus. 


HOW TO USE:  Brushing starts at the arms and works down to the feet. The face, chest, and stomach area are never brushed because these are very sensitive areas. Brushing these areas may cause adverse reactions including vomiting. The effects of the body brushing last about two hours. Brushing should be done six to eight times a day.



Sensory Brush

  • Individually wrapped and come in various colors to appeal to kids. These sterile sponge scrub are small in size and fully portable. They can fit easily into a pocket or purse. Reduce sensory sensitivity in children and adults with this simple solution. Small and Portable. Suitable for Age 2+


    SIZE: 3.14'' × 1.98'' × 1.57''

  • Shipping will be done via 7-11 post. 

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