1. Gentle on Hair

Plastic and metal combs have a positive electrical charge and hair has a negative electrical charge which attracts hair to the comb causing static and/or frizz. Static and frizz dry out the hair and it becomes brittle and simply doesn’t look good.

Wooden combs are a carbon based natural material, just like your hair, skin and scalp so they can’t conduct electricity and thus keep your hair free from static damage. Wooden combs help your hair lay down and give it a smooth and glossy look. And since wood is a natural material, it’s not likely to stimulate allergies or skin conditions unlike plastic and metal combs.

2. Naturally Nourishes Hairir

A wooden comb more easily distributes natural oils from the scalp throughout the entire hair strand because the oils are not sticking to the metal or plastic of a regular comb. It leaves your hair less greasy looking and healthier with the shine and bounce of nicely moisturized hair.

3. Healthy Scalp (Boosts Blood Circulation)

Being carbon based, a wooden comb massages the scalp in a complementary way without bruising or scraping the skin. The scalp likes the feel of the wood (it has a soft feel) which increases blood circulation and healthy oil production. Did you know that our scalps have a range of acupressure points, too? The gentle massage of the wood calms nerves, quiets the mind and just plain feels good!

4. Encourages Hair Growth

We often comb longer with a wooden comb because it feels so nice. The massaging action of combing stimulates the follicles to produce more hair strands, increasing hair growth and producing thicker hair.

5. Prevents Tangles and Breakage

Metal and plastic combs tend to create tangles toward the end of the stroke, whereas a wooden comb doesn’t. As your wooden comb glides smoothly over the scalp and through the hair, de-tangling is easier and breakage and split ends are safely avoided. Also, since you should never brush wet hair, only comb it, you are set there, too.

6. Helps Reduce Dandruff and Itchy Scalp

Dandruff is the result of scalp irritation. The softer, rounded teeth of a wooden comb won’t nick and cut the scalp or ill-distribute the oils on the scalp and hair, hence less chance of dandruff.

7. Removes Dirt and Foreign Particles

While you gently comb your hair with wood, dirt and foreign particles are brushed away from the hair. Metal and plastic combs with their high-static charge, allow dirt to stick to them and distribute the dirt over the hair.

8. Wood Combs Have Great Durability

Wooden combs are strong and durable. The teeth rarely break and they are recyclable if they do ever get damaged. Plastic and low-quality metals are bad for the environment and non-renewable.

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How to Clean your Wooden Comb?

Keep your wooden comb clean by removing any hair from it after using and remember to store it on a dry surface or inside a dry cabinet or drawer. Over time, water can destroy the health of wood and bathrooms can be one of the most humid rooms.

For the occasional upkeep and maintenance of your wood comb, try rubbing linseed, flaxseed or coconut oil onto it and let sit for half an hour until the oil has soaked into the wood. Then gently wipe with a soft cloth.

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