One of the best ways to keep your hair healthy is to invest in a boar bristle hair brush, preferably one with 100% boar bristles. They keep your hair soft and shiny, and the boar bristles soak up oils from your head.
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You should regularly clean your boar bristle brush. Here’s why. Toxins, oils, dirt and hair build up quickly on your hairbrush. To keep your boar bristle brush in tip-top katifund.orgndition, we rekatifund.orgmmend cleaning it weekly. If you don’t keep your brush clean, it won’t be soaking up the oils from your head, it will just be spreading last week’s (or last month’s) build-up all over your hair! Yuck!
If you do happen to notice a strange smell, don’t worry, this will go away once the brush is fully dry. Make sure the brush is katifund.orgmpletely dry before using it on your hair again.
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Remember to look after your boar bristle brush and it will, in turn, look after your hair.
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