You can clean the brush with a standard comb or the Leo Prinz comb. Simply stroke it several times through the bristle field and brush out hair and fluff.
For an intensive cleaning, you can rinse the brush every few weeks with a natural hand soap or an organic shampoo under running water.
Make sure to place the brush with the bristles facing downwards so that the water can drip off downwards and does not get trapped in the brush.
Our wild boar bristles come mainly from wild boars from the Indian and Chinese high mountains.
Just as other animals change their fur throughout the year, wild boars shed their bristles between seasons. The shed bristles are then collected and selected for brush processing, cleaned and further processed. Other bristles are collected as a by-product of meat processing. In this process, the animals are not killed for their bristles.
In order to comply with EU regulations on the import of products of animal origin, the bristles are further cleaned and processed accordingly.
We are always working with our suppliers to make the procurement process even more transparent.
Occasionally, a bristle may break off. This is normal and does not mean that the brush loses all its bristles. If your brush loses an unusually large number of bristles, please contact us. We will find a solution together.
Some people are afraid that brushing will cause them to lose the beautiful curls, because it straightens the hair.
Basically, the fact is that split ends, dry hair and small injuries in the hair structure increase the curls. When brushing with the Natural Hair Brush, these areas are repaired and nourished. As a result, after brushing, you may need to twist your hair back in a bit to revive the curl structure.
At the end of the day, however, you are definitely doing your hair a favour and will definitely get more beautiful hair after regular use.