Left-Handed Drop Shape Hair Care Brush made of waxed Pear Tree for straight, wavy or curly Hair, 18 cm long
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Length: 18 cm
Bristles: hard boar bristles, 9-row.
Suitability: straight, wavy or curly hair; for left-handers.
Highest quality and ecological responsibility are fundamental features in the choice of raw materials and the manufacture of our grooming brushes. Our pear tree grooming brushes are made from high-quality pear wood from sustainable forestry and are studded with exquisite wild boar bristles from the first cut. This is based on an elaborate manufacturing process that ensures smooth surfaces and soft edges for gentle hair and scalp care.
Due to their similar structure to human hair, the boar bristles are able to absorb excess sebum from the hair cells and distribute it to the ends of the hair. This gives your hair a healthy shine and protective care, without any chemical additives. The staggered bristles of the hairbrush reach through the hair to the scalp and promote blood circulation, detoxification and stimulation of the hair cells. The pleasant feel of our brushes and the ergonomically adapted handle make left-handed hair care extremely comfortable.
Our hair care brushes differ in the hardness of the boar bristles. When choosing a brush, pay attention to the degree of hardness that suits you best for optimal hair care. The more voluminous and dense your hair, the longer and harder the bristles should be.
As the wood grain of the hair care brushes always varies, each of these utensils is a charming little one-of-a-kind.
The numerous advantages of our real wood hair brushes at a glance:
- Very natural, pleasant feel.
- No sharp edges that injure or even cut the hair.
- Natural, high-quality bristles promote a healthy hair structure.
- Made from organic, CO2-binding wood.
- The wood is sourced exclusively from sustainable forestry.
- Our grooming brushes have a long service life.
- Easy cleaning to maintain the quality of the hairbrushes.
- Made in Germany.
Use the brush only in dry hair. Use a redwood brush cleanser to remove lint and hair caught in the gaps and clean regularly with a mild shampoo and warm water. Rinse the brush under cold water, rub the wooden body dry and leave to dry on the bristles. Regular oiling with a natural oil such as linseed oil or olive oil will protect and maintain the wood.