The technique of hair-care brushing is philosophy and science at the same time.

How do I brush my hair properly? Do I have to dislocate? Who can I ask for help?

Dear Readers,

over decades we have been advising our customers on all aspects of natural hair care from a holistic perspective.

As a comb maker, natural cosmetician and alternative practitioner, I am not only concerned about the well-being of the scalp, the hair and the meridians, but especially about your personal well-being. Brushing the scalp and hair is not something I consider a must. Nobody gets sick or suffers harm if they do not brush their hair regularly with a wild boar bristle brush.

For your benefit:
Our hair grease is the best, most natural and effective care for our hair.

Why?

Our hair grease is the best care, because it was individually composed for us. It is the most natural, because no other raw materials or energy from the outside are needed to produce it and therefore it is the most effective in combination.

In order for our hair to receive this care, we need a wild boar bristle brush, which reaches the scalp with its bristles, absorbs the hair grease and releases it into dry areas of the hair.

Brush as often as it feels good.

This can be once a week, twice a day or once a month. It is important that you enjoy it and that it feels harmonious and good for you.

Nobody knows as well as you do which product you use to cleanse your scalp and hair and how your body reacts to it. There may be times when you brush more often and there may be times when you feel so comfortable in your skin and with your hair that you forget to brush. Both are perfect because you follow your feelings.

From traditional Chinese medicine or acupressure we know the course of the energy pathways around our body. In simplified terms, the energy moves up the upper body to the forehead and down again along the back of the head.

Movements with the course of the meridians are perceived as harmonizing. Opposite ones can have an invigorating to agitating and restless effect.

Do you know the expression: “it goes against the grain”?

A cat does not like it if you stroke it on the back in the direction of the head and we also usually feel uncomfortable if we put a brush on the neck and pull it in the direction of the forehead.

Yes, partly it is recommended. Please try it out. Does it feel good? Then please do it. If it makes you uncomfortable, then don’t do it.

Our tips for hair care brushing.

First comb through your hair with a wooden comb or horn comb from the forehead to the neck. You sort and straighten your hair so that the hair is loosened and parallel to each other. Then you start brushing.

Sit relaxed on a chair or stand relaxed in the bathroom and place the brush of your choice on your forehead at the hairline and brush through your hair piece by piece until you reach the tips of your hair. Please make sure that you brush completely over the scalp from right to left or from left to right and reach every hair tip. Slow and deliberate brush strokes along the scalp support the careful absorption of the hair grease and the caring release into dry areas of your hair.

Brush as long as it is good for you and until your hair feels well cared for.

If you brush your hair overhead (i.e. against the grain) and bend your upper body forward, please take special care to inhale and exhale consciously. The unpleasant feeling of a bent body can be minimized by conscious breathing.

Tip for medium hard bristl:

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Brush with boar bristle

Tip for hard bristl:

Brush with boar bristle
olive wood brush 100% pure boar bristle

At the end of the brushing I recommend to comb your hair again to loosen it.

And if you miss your curls after brushing, you can moisten your hands with water and then go through your hair with your hands – this way the curls will come back.

Do you have questions or suggestions?

We are there for you with peasure.

Your combmaker and team.

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