Brushing FAQ

1. My boar bristle brush does not reach my scalp?!

Our boar bristle brushes do not need to reach the scalp in order to distribute your hairs natural oils. If you are looking for a product that massages your scalp, we recommend using our Scalp Massager and Invigorator.

2. Is your Scalp Massager natural?

Yes! Our Scalp Massager & Invigorator is 100% natural rubber and latex free.

3. How do I clean my Boar Bristle Brush?

Clean your Boar Bristle Brush as needed whenever dust, hair, debris and oils accumulate. Especially during the hair detoxification process. You may find that you need to clean your brush more frequently (as little as two or three days).

Gently loosen strands of hair with a comb, careful not to pull out any of the brush bristles. Either dip the bristles only, not the hairbrush or handle, into warm soapy water and gently work the bristles back and forth to cleanse; or place a few drops of MM shampoo onto the brush spread with a little water and then rinse under running warm water. Make sure to hold the hairbrush with the head pointing downwards so no water can enter the air hole at the end. Rinse thoroughly and shake to remove moisture. Let air dry with bristles facing down

4. Why is there a hole in the cushion of my brush?

All professional-quality rubber cushion brushes are produced with a hole in the cushion so that air can circulate underneath and dry out the rubber. If there was not a hole, the cushion would trap the moisture, and eventually ruin the brush.

5. What is the percentage of Nylon to Boar Bristles in the Nylon Boar Bristle Brushes?

Nylon is added to our Nylon Pure Boar Bristle Brushes in order to help with detangling the hair and working through knots which the boar bristles could not work through on their own. We use roughly 1 part nylon to five parts boar hair for every bristle cluster. The boar hairs are clustered around a single nylon fiber, fitted into the pneumatic rubber cushion.

6. What is the difference between the Pure and Mixed Boar Brush?

The Mixed Boar Brush is for stronger scalp types as well as those with thicker hair. The Pure Boar Brush is recommended for thinner and sensitive hair.

7. How many times should I brush my hair per day?

1-3 Times is Ideal.

You can treat your hair and scalp to a brush massage upon waking up in the morning, and before bed at night.

8. How do I clean the rubber scalp massager?

To clean your rubber scalp massager, remove any hair strands by hand, carefully so as not to break the rubber bristles. Gently cleanse the massager with soap and water. Rinse the rubber completely and let air dry with rubber bristles facing down.

Never use petroleum or oil on rubber or it will ruin the rubber. Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun or heat.