- SMOOTH AND FRIZZY: Selected natural wild boar bristle, through its high-quality scale structure, can carefully smooth hair scales and lock water loss so that the hair is no longer dry and irritable.
- READUCE HAIR PULLING AND TANGLE: The bristle brush is made up of stretchy nylon needles and bristles, which allows the hair to be easily untangled. This reduces hair pulling and allows for the smooth pleasure of combing from top to bottom.
- ACHIEVE DRY/OIL BALANCE: Perfect for detangling coarse, thick hair. It does an incredible job of carrying your scalp’s natural oils throughout your hair so that your strands stay well conditioned and oil build-up is prevented at the scalp (hurray for fewer shampoos each week). It also improves hair texture while stimulating your scalp.
- PROFESSIONAL BRUSH CLEANER: High nylon material for deep cleaning of broken hair. TIPS: Clean brush by dipping in a small amount of water and wiping clean.
- FRIENDLY CUSTOMER SERVICE:Every sofmild product has a one-year warranty. If you experience any quality problems, we will replace or return the product for you free of charge. We hope to provide the best service to every sofmild customer. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We will reply to you in 24 hours.
How to clean your hairbrushes — and how often to do it?
1.Use a hairbrush cleaner to pull the hair out of the brush. We recommend using scissors to snip the clumps of hair on both sides so that they can easily be removed.
2.Fill a large bowl with warm water and mild shampoo.
3.Swish the brush around in the water.
4.Place the brush bristle side down on a towel and let it dry.
The average person cleans their brush every one to two weeks. For those with longer hair, we recommend cleaning it more frequently. And if you use hair products, a sure sign that it’s time to clean your brush is if you start to see residue form on the bristles.
We also recommend that those who use their brush quite often, or even share it with multiple people, use a sanitizing spray. Do it yourself by using one part water and one part barbicide in a spray bottle and spritzing the brush after use. For at-home use, we suggest using this spray one to two times per week.
Once you start to see missing or bent bristles or can’t seem to get it clean, it’s time to say goodbye and send it off to the place where every day is a good hair day.