Black Turnback Shaving Brush

Black Turnback Shaving Brush

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Product Description: A shaving brush is an essential key to achieving The Perfect Shave®. It generates a rich warm lather by retaining warm water to help soften the beard hair. Using a shaving brush to apply your shaving cream helps lift beard hair for a clean, close shave. A shaving brush also lightly exfoliates skin to help release trapped hairs. Our Silvertip badger hair brush is handmade, and features longer soft white tips plus greater hair density than the fine or pure badger shaving brush.

How to Use
- Wet the Shaving Brush with warm water
- Place a small amount of Shaving Cream in the center of the brush
- Lather up! - Lather directly on the face using a circular motion
- To generate more lather, simply add more warm water to the shaving brush
- Some hairs may come loose during first uses – this is normal

Caring Instructions:
- Rinse shaving brush with warm water to remove all shaving cream or soap
- Remove water from shaving brush by flicking or gently shaking the handle
- Hang the shaving brush head-down to dry, ideally on a brush stand
- Do not twist or pull on badger hairs




Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Well........ Purchased this brush for traveling. Brush does not dry in the rube. Best to leave it out to dry. After first use without brush fully drying it had this rank smell of horse urine. Rinsed and rinsed. Then left brush out to dry. Brush smell has improved, but rank smell is still there. UGH. Better buy a cheap regular brush for travel. March 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Black Turnback Silvertip Badger Brush This brush works well as long as it lasts. Salesman assured me that their silvertip badger brushes would last a "lifetime". I don't expect a lifetime of use out of a brush but I do expect longer than 6 months. This brush only lasted me 6 months before the hairs started falling out of the handle. I always dried it before putting it away, and took it out as soon as I would reach my hotel room, never let it dry on its base. the brush loses about 50 hairs per use now and has become very small. That comes down to about $3-4 per use. Not worth it. July 7, 2012
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