N.03 THE ESSENTIAL SOFT Cherry Red Hair Brush
The benefits of the Cherry Red Essential Soft Hair Brush
When brushing rhymes with gentleness
Does your hair brush hurt when you detangle your hair? Does it tend to cling to the pins and break easily? Then you'll be surprised when you try the Essential soft nylon and boar bristle hair brush. This detangling brush gives your hair a real treat. The boar bristles moisturize your hair while the nylon fibers gently detangle knots. Your hair regains strength, shine and volume. Detangling your hair becomes a real pleasure with La Bonne Brosse !
Hair beauty also involves caring for the scalp. The nylon fibers of your hair brush come in a variety of sizes and work their way through your hair to reach your scalp and gently massage it. Thanks to the ball-shaped pimples, microcirculation is stimulated and regrowth is accelerated: your hair finally regains its vitality! Ideal for sensitive hair and scalps, this nylon and boar bristle hair brush is just as suitable for adults as it is for children!
How to use the Cherry Red Essential Soft Nylon and Boar Bristle Brush
The Essential Soft nylon and boar bristle brush can be used at any time of day. In the morning, it can be used to detangle tangles and tame flyaways. In the evening, it will give you an effective cleansing before you go to bed. Practical and effective, your detangling brush will easily find its place in your daily beauty routine.
Composition of the Cherry Red Essential Soft hair brush
Your nylon and boar bristle hair brush provides 2-in-1 care for your hair. The nylon fibers naturally rehydrate your hair while giving your scalp a revitalizing massage. Rich in keratin, the boar bristles also draw out excess sebum from the roots and distribute it throughout the hair: it's the ideal hairbrush for treating oily hair!
Find out more about nylon and boar bristle brush materials
To get the most out of your nylon and boar bristle brush, make sure you use it on dry or slightly damp hair. We also recommend that you detangle your hair starting at the bottom and gradually working your way up to avoid damaging it.