Iris Hantverk Natural Bath Brush

Bath brush of oak and horse hair with a good grip for the hand. Along with a good soap, it gives a soft and comfortable lather for a perfect cleaning.

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Horsehair is an excellent material in bathing brushes because it is soft and pliable yet also sturdy and durable with a certain elasticity.
1. Use with a good soap to create a generous lather. Brush on the body using circular motions.
2. Allow the brush to dry standing on the horsehair so that the water is transported away from the wood that is more sensitive to moisture.
  • Oak
  • Horsehair
  • Tampico Fibre
  • All wood, hair and fibres are responsibly sourced in Iris Hantverk’s products.
  • All products are made without plastic.

 

£16.00

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Natural Bath Brush

Iris Hantverk is based in Sweden, where 6 visually impaired craftsmen make brushes according to an old Swedish tradition. Bringing new dimensions to the concept of sensitively made by hand, their mission is to revive the traditional brush binding profession, making functional well-designed products combined with high quality natural materials and the craftsmen’s solid technique.

Sustainably-sourced ingredients

Our collections are produced using techniques that respect both people and planet. We’re advocates for transparency and traceability, values that sit at our mission’s core. Our packaging is 100% recyclable and reusable.

No single-use plastic — our face & body bars are without the plastic bottle. Each bar eliminates single-use plastic waste.

Each product is shipped in a recycled paper box. This can be recycled with your other paper materials.

Carbon neutral — We offset 100% of our carbon footprint (including your order) by investing in strategic carbon offsetting and forest preservation projects.

Natural Bath Brush
Natural Bath Brush

How to use

1. Use with a good soap to create a generous lather. Brush on the body using circular motions.
2. Allow the brush to dry standing on the horsehair so that the water is transported away from the wood that is more sensitive to moisture.

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