"100 brush strokes a day" nonsense or sense?

"100 Bürstenstriche täglich" Unsinn oder Sinn?
Dear readers*, dear readers,

Welcome to the great world of natural hair care.
Kindness and the smile on our face are essential parts of our personality. The same goes for our hairstyle and the texture of our hair.
Healthy hair gives a healthy impression.
How much money have you already spent on hair care products?

By that I mean the numerous hair treatments, anti-splitting care products, raw materials for DIY instructions, oral tablets and hair packs that we have ever bought in drugstores, perfumeries, hairdressers, naturopaths or health food stores.

That's a not inconsiderable amount, right?

In the end, the hairdresser cut off the split hair, because broken hair cannot be repaired. You and I know the best, most sustainable and smartest hair care for your healthy, beautiful and vital hair. It is your own hair oil that is produced in your scalp 24 hours a day.

The purpose of a boar bristle brush is to absorb our hair fat from the scalp and release it again into dry areas of the hair.

Every second, our sebaceous glands produce exactly the care that our hair needs - see recipe above.

With the help of your favorite brush, spread the most precious formula from the roots to the ends of the hair (and yes, it works on colored hair too). The result and the purpose is healthy, shiny and naturally beautiful hair that lets you and your personality shine and shine.

Nonsense of "100 brush strokes daily".

It's nonsense if you take the 100 brush strokes exactly and count brush stroke by brush stroke, as if you were counting sheep in bed to fall asleep.

It's nonsense if you can't get to the scalp with the bristle.

A good boar bristle brush is well filed and has a hardness that suits the hair. Well trimmed means that the bristles are of different lengths and thus reach the scalp as best as possible between the hair. Only when the bristle gets on the scalp can the bristle absorb the hair oil from the scalp and release it again into dry areas of the hair.

It is nonsense to brush freshly washed hair with a boar bristle brush, since after washing your hair there is no longer any hair oil on the scalp.

This is how a boar bristle brush makes sense:

Brush dry hair in the morning and/or evening and distribute the hair oil to the ends of the hair.

The brush is easy to hold, grips your hair perfectly, the bristles feel comfortable on your scalp and you can feel the hair care effect right down to the tips of your hair.

My favorite brush is the semicircular boar bristle brush.

The technique of brushing is both philosophy and science and will be discussed in another blog post.

If you have any further questions about the nonsense and sense of the "100 brush strokes a day" we will be happy to help you.

your comb maker

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