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Why Bristle Brush

 

  1. Boar bristle brushing naturally conditions hair

Above all, boar bristle brushing is a conditioning treatment. While it boasts styling benefits, it was originally designed to improve hair texture and shine before products like conditioners and hair serum existed. The unique structure of the boar bristle carries sebum – the oil produced by the scalp – from the scalp to the end of the hair shaft. By coating each hair strand with a very, very small amount of sebum, a boar bristle brush repairs dry hair and adds lustrous shine.

You’ve heard the outdated advice “brush your hair 100 strokes per day” right? This originated in reference to boar bristle brushes, since a lengthy period of brushing meant well-conditioned, healthy hair.

2. Boar bristle brushing improves hair texture

The most remarkable difference in the hair texture can be seen after regular boar bristle brushing. It does not change hair type but it improves the texture and brings out the best. If you have straight hair, it will add bouncy volume and shine. If you have curly hair, it will condition and slightly loosen the curl.

3. Boar bristle brushing reduces frizz

Sebum is the original and most effective anti-frizz serum. By using a boar bristle to lubricate each hair strand with sebum, you will notice a significant decrease in frizz!

4.Boar bristle brushing stimulates scalp

The brush feels divine on the scalp and stimulates blood flow to the follicles, which can improve hair growth.

5. Boar bristle brushing reduces the need for styling products

Using heavy styling products with a boar bristle brush are not recommended. Fortunately, you will end up saving time and money on styling products by incorporating boar bristle brushing into your hair routine. As your hair becomes healthier, softer, and conditioned with regular use, the need for leave-in conditioners or hair serums will reduce.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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