In combination with a premium shaving soap or – cream the shaving brush promises a rich and luxurious foam which develops between the fine badger hair Best Badger. While lathering, it straightens the beard hair and thereby allows for a thorough shave. In addition the brush massages the skin and promotes the blood flow.
The Brush Tip – Best Badger
The pluck hair of the badger is known as “Best Badger” and derives from the back fur. It is significantly softer towards the ends and therefore more than suitable for the shave preparation.
D.R. Harris – The Company
The British family office started its success story with a pharmacy in London back in the year 1790 and has since distributed its premium care products all around the world. Including shaving products, aftershaves and colognes, such as skin care products and a fine selection of soaps. D.R. Harris has set an objective of producing as CO2 neutral as possible and has strictly reduced its use of palm oil.
Rinse the brush after using it under some running warm water. Never leave the brush foamed for too long. Soap residue can shorten the life-span of natural hair brushes.
Dry the shaving brush, by shaking off any water and hang it up upside down where it can be easily aired.
Caution! Do not wring out or squeeze the brush, this could cause the hair to break or fall out. Do not dry the brush using a blow dryer. The glue holding the bristles together is very sensitive to heat. Blowdryer heat can lead to a loss of hair or a deformation of the brush.