Wooden beard brush Harden
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BEECH & ENRICHED BOAR
A time-tested combination of traditional materials. The brush is made of beech wood, which is not the same as beach wood. The gorgeous wooden handle has rounded edges in a 10.3 × 6.3cm oval, so it fits perfectly in any hand. We've fitted it with 69,000 boar bristles enriched with a handful of harder synthetic ones to ensure high-quality brushing for longer beards. For shorter beards (to approx. 7cm), Gentler is more suitable, as you’d only mess up a mighty beard with it.
We put a combination of boar and synthetic bristles in the brush to achieve the ideal stiffness that long beards need.
One size fits all
Rounded brush edges, ergonomic cut-outs, and just the right size. It fits your hand as perfectly as a lady's bottom.
A battery should be charged, not your beard. That’s why we’ve selected anti-static materials, so your beard doesn’t end up sticking out on all sides.
Want to put your brush in the bathroom and there’s not an inch of space? Don’t hang your head, hang your brush. Stick it in its sack and all that’s left is to find a free hook.
FROM NOW ON, JUST A WELL-GROOMED BEARD
THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A GOOD SCRATCH
Brushing your beard is not only a benefit, but literally a necessity. With a proper brushing, you'll remove dead skin cells, and if you brush your beard right after applying an oil or balm, you'll spread the product evenly throughout the beard.
Regular brushing will help you to have a healthy, perfect-looking beard. And by massaging the skin, you'll encourage growth. A one-time investment in a brush will last you forever.
#tab-Why you want it#
- Perfect brushing from roots to tips
- Skin stimulation for more robust growth
- Ergonomic beech-wood design
- 69,000 boar and synthetic bristles with ideal spacing
- Fully anti-static materials
#tab-Why you want it#
Brush your beard ideally after applying oil, balm or wax. Avoid dry brushing, it’s harsh and can break and damage your whiskers. Brushing your beard once or twice a day is absolutely enough – here, too, less is more, as too much brushing can start beard loss.
The brush takes care of you every day, but from time to time you should take care of it too. Regularly brush out any stuck whiskers and ideally use a Brushpick for this maintenance. This is a rake that you simply rake through the bristles to get all the gunk out, including remains of trapped oil, balm or wax.
And from time to time, let’s say twice a year, but otherwise according to the level of gunk, you should give the brush a deep cleaning. Soap the bristles with shampoo, rinse, dry off in a towel, blow-dry and leave it out to dry on the windowsill by the heating. Make sure to thoroughly dry your brush as the boar bristles don’t need much to start smelling like a wet dog.
The brush measures 10.3 × 6.3cm. Following Beardon's Law, we have enriched the handle with aerodynamic cut-outs on the sides. The beech wood is complemented by boar and synthetic bristles, fully anti-static of course.
Harden is ideal for longer beards (over approx. 7cm). For shorter beards, it’s better to use Gentler, which has more softer bristles with less spacing. But of course, use what suits you best.
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