Vegan, classic hairbrush made of beech wood for medium to long, straight or wavy hair, with intensive massage effect, 22 cm length
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Length: 22 cm
Bristles: hard sisal bristles, 10-row; curved bristle surface.
Suitability: medium-length to long, straight or wavy hair; intensive massaging effect, vegan.
Our vegan, classic beechwood hairbrushes are made of high-quality beechwood and studded with exquisite sisal bristles. The raw materials come from sustainable forestry and agriculture and are processed in a German company under the highest precision. An elaborate manufacturing process guarantees smooth surfaces that ensure gentle treatment of your hair and scalp.
The plant fibres of the sisal agave are very similar in structure to human hair. This enables them to absorb excess sebum from the hair cells and distribute it to the ends of the hair when brushing. This process is like a natural hair treatment and gives your hair a natural, healthy shine. The staggered bristles of the hairbrush gently reach down to the scalp and promote its circulation and stimulation of the hair cells. For balanced conditioning, brush your hair using the entire bristle surface and applying even pressure in all directions.
As the wood grain of these hairbrushes always varies, each of these utensils is a charming little one-of-a-kind. The extremely pleasant feel of the wood of our hairbrushes makes it possible to care for your hair comfortably, even with daily use
The numerous advantages of our real wood hairbrushes at a glance:
- Very natural, pleasant feel.
- No sharp edges that injure or even cut the hair.
- Natural, high-quality bristles promote a healthy scalp and hair structure.
- Made from organic, CO2-binding wood.
- The raw materials are sourced from sustainable forestry and agriculture.
- Our real wood hairbrushes have a long lifespan.
- Easy cleaning to maintain the quality of the real wood hairbrushes.
- Made in Germany.
Our Redwood Brush Cleaner can be used to effortlessly remove lint and stuck hairs from the spaces between the bristles. Clean the brush from time to time with a mild, silicone-free shampoo or soap and warm water, then rinse under cold water. Dry the wooden body with a soft cloth and allow the brush to dry standing on the bristles.
Regular oiling with a natural oil such as linseed oil or olive oil protects and maintains the wood.