Having a good head on your shoulders is one thing but having a good head of hair is another!
If you are familiar with acupuncture then you may know that our scalp is aligned with acupressure points.
Stimulating these acupressure points through massaging the scalp with fingers or wooden combs is very beneficial for the hair and overall health.
It’s no mystery that using wooden combs for the hair is a more natural choice than using their plastic counterparts. So combing the Internet I came across Natural Wooden Hair Combs from Brightwood.
Brightwood is a distributor for ‘Carpenter Tan’s Luxury Artisan Combs’.
These handcrafted wooden combs have been well made from using the highest quality of timbers from all over the globe; keeping in mind to preserve an ecological balance by avoiding the depletion of natural resources.
I’ve had the pleasure of using Carpenter Tan’s combs and can say without a doubt that my hair feels softer and has more ‘body’.
These lightweight wooden combs actually massage my scalp and because they do not create static as synthetic combs, my hair is easily detangled.
I found too that less ‘stress’ on my hair meant I didn’t lose as much hair; nor endured from split ends.
You and your family will have more to gain and less to lose by trying ‘Carpenter Tan’s Luxury Artisan Combs’.
Where to Purchase
To find out more about these all natural eco friendly hair combs or to place an order, please visit Brightwood’s website. Fadia from Brightwood will be more than happy to assist you with any further questions.
Did You Know?
Archaeologists have unearthed primitive combs from Persia, dating far back as 5,000 years.
The gaps between the teeth of combs are called “Combdrums”.
A comb with a long pointed handle is called a “Rattail”.
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