Split ends are anything but good but how exactly can I prevent split ends and repair my hair long term?
When it comes to the right hair care, it is difficult to keep track of things. Is it because of my shampoo, the weather, or is it the brush? What exactly is causing my hair to split?
So many questions!
In this article you will learn how brushing with boar bristles can help you getting split-ends free hair.
What causes split ends?
There are different causes for split ends. Strong sunlight and dry air can be reasons for drying out your hair. Chemical effects of e.g. bleaching and styling products have a damaging and drying effect on our hair as well. These aggressive influences cause our hair to lose its natural nutrients and become weak.
The hair loses its strength and breaks at the tips - the split ends!
A drastic way to get rid of split ends is to cut off your hair. But what if you just want healthy and long hair? There is an alternative that doesn't require to cut your hair shorter and shorter.
Sustainable care with wild boar bristles!
Wild boar bristles are 100% natural and have incomparable care and nourish effects on our hair.
Boar bristles are a unique product of the nature because they are not too soft or too hard and are very similar to the human hair at the same time. Using a boar bristle brush basically means brushing your hair with hair. That ensures a gentle and careful handling and no tearing and no damage.
The boar bristles bring resistance and strength to the extent that is just right for our hair!
Like our human hair, boar bristles are flaky and rough. This enables them to absorb excess sebum from the scalp and distribute it evenly to the tips.
This is exactly where they are so ideal!
Through regular brushing with a boar bristle brush, our hair is naturally nourished with the body's own oils and thus sustainably strengthened.
Who now thinks that the hair will look greasy might be surprised that this not the case but quite the contrary!
These miracle bristles absorb excess sebum (the natural oils from your scalp) and distribute it through the entire hair. This ensures a balanced exchange of sebum which restores the natural balance.