Oak Beard Brush. The BEARD BRUSH keeps the beard in shape, invigorates the skin and prevents the beard from drying out.
The specific characteristic of the beard:
When the beard grows longer, insufficient sebaceous supply can let the hair dry out. Curly hair and uneven growth brings the beard out of shape, dandruff and loose hair get entangled in the beard.
Functions and features: The pure wild boar bristles are worked into the oak wood in irregular sizes. Arranged like that they ensure an optimal grip of the beard hair, get it in shape and brush out dandruff and loose hair. Thanks to the hair-like features, the wild boar bristles are able to absorb sebaceous (and thus moisture) and release it on the hair. Regular brushing stimulates the sebaceous production and ensures an even distribution of moisture. A big advantage over synthetic bristles. Due to the big 9 to 5 cm handle and extra-large gaps between the bristle tufts the brush can be pulled easily through the beard. Because of its oval shape, the brush can be applied in all types of beards and narrower parts of it, such as sideburns, moustaches and chin beards.
To achieve a close beard run the brush evenly and over as large an area as possible in the direction of growth through the beard, to get more volume brush against the direction of growth. Depending on the desired massaging effect, press the brush more or less firmly.
Cleaning: Regularly cleanse the bristles from fallen out hair and tap it out gently. Once every 3 months cleanse the brush with a bit of BEARD WASH, for example, and rinse thoroughly under warm running water. To dry the brush, place it on a towel with bristles facing downwards.
Materials: Oiled oak wood, strong wild boar bristles.