The beard brush

  Uneven bristles of a real beard board bristle brush.

Uneven bristles of a real beard board bristle brush.

The uneven bristles of your brush, massage the skin and distribute the oils evenly across your beard. In the process, it removes dead skin and reduces the chances of ingrown hairs.

The brush is made in Germany by the finest craftsmen of brush making. The handle is made of pear wood, a unique wood, used in high-quality furniture making. It is known for it’s hardness and beauty. Boar bristles are the longest, strongest and thus highest quality natural bristle that exist.

We take great pride in making quality products for great people like you.

Caring for your beard

As your beard grows and you wash it, the soaps and shampoos tend to dry your beard. To maintain a smooth and healthy beard, brush it daily no matter it’s length. We recommend that even the shortest beards get brushed daily to reduce and/or avoid itch as you grow your beard.
For best results, brush after your shower once a day and not more as over-brushing can be hard on your skin.

  After you have washed your brush, keep it bristles down. Pro tip: If you apply beard oil to your beard, use some of the excess oil to oil your brush (after it has dried).

After you have washed your brush, keep it bristles down. Pro tip: If you apply beard oil to your beard, use some of the excess oil to oil your brush (after it has dried).

Keeping your beard brush great

Brush out any hairs or dirt that may have gotten on or between the bristles. Then, wash the bristles carefully with soap and lukewarm water. Avoid water contact with wood. To dry the brush turn it bristles down and let it dry at room temperature. Do not put it on or near a heater.    

More care tips (and some fashion advice)

Come check out our Facebook page to see some of the regular tips and tricks we share on beard care. And because we care, we sometimes throw in a bit of fashion advice: Facebook.com/zilberhaar