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The Boar Brush

$24.00
Availability: In stock
The Boars Brush is best suited for finer hair types. It's made from FSC certified Pear wood and natural wild boar bristles. The natural bristles are anti static and work to re-distribute the natural oils in your hair. Your brush arrives in fully recyclable packaging and part of the proceeds from your brush are given to 1% for the Planet.

Wood Type | FSC Pear Wood and Wild Boars Hair.

Suited For Your Hair Type? | The Boars Brush is best suited for finer hair types. The natural bristles are anti static and work to re-distribute the natural oils in your hair. Please see the Vegan option for this brush and all our other brushes here.

Benefits of Natural Bristles? | There is an old saying to do ‘One hundred brush strokes every day with a natural hair brush’. This is because the structure of the wild boar bristles are very similar to that of the human hair. Because of this, they are able to absorb excess grease from the scap and re-distribute it to your ends and areas of your hair where the moisture is most needed. This improves healthy hair naturally and avoids split ends. The bristles work to gently massages the roots of your hairs stimulating blood flow which over time promotes hair growth. View our shop here to explore our entire collection of brushes, accessories and oils.

Dimensions | Length x 22cm | Width x 5cm

Craftsmanship | Made and designed in Germany.

Recyclable Packaging | Your hairbrush will arrive in a fully recyclable mailer bag with a recyclable box. The box is handmade from papaya fruit pulp and vegetable inks. Once used, you can place it in the food compost.

Environmental Impact? | A portion of the proceeds from your brush is given to 1% for the Planet.

In order to keep your brush for a long time, we recommend you clean and care for it regularly. Start by regularly freeing your brush from loose hair and when needed, wash the bristles in warm water and a touch of shampoo. Massage the bristles and then rinse through with clear water. Dry with a cloth and leave facing downwards. Try to avoid getting the wooden handle wet. 

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