A professional quality hair brush made from bamboo - including the handle and bristles.
Bamboo, a natural cellulose fibre, is biodegradable, environmentally sustainable and does not pollute the environment. Technically considered a member of the grass family, bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth, and is incredibly abundant. It regenerates itself prolifically with minimal water and without the need for harmful pesticides - in fact harvesting and using the bamboo helps to control unwanted spread into agricultural and natural forest areas.
Bamboo is a 100% natural renewable resource that grows back within a few months of harvesting and reaches full size in 3 years. The bamboo in these brushes is farmed, without the use of pesticides or fertilizers, by small farmers in China.
Available in two sizes:
Small: 17 x 5 cm
Ideal for keeping in your handbag or in the glove box of the car.
Large: 22 x 6.5 cm
Great for general use, styling and detangling.
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