|What Are Boar Bristle Hair Brush Benefits?|
Have you ever tried a boar brush? You’re missing out on all the benefits of boar brushing your hair.
Boar Bristle Hair Brush Benefits
1: Shiny Hair
This is my biggest benefit, as I love shiny hair, and who doesn’t want shiny hair? Shiny hair is due to the ability of the boar bristles to spread your natural hair oils from your roots to the tips of your hair. Your natural hair oil is the shiniest part of your hair.
2: Smoother Hair
The boar brush gently cleanses your whole hair with natural hair oils, and the boar brush ensures that your hair is properly coated. This oil will leave your hair in a better condition and make it softer.
3: Less Hair Breakage And Stronger Hair
No more split ends. This is a great benefit to anyone who’s damaged their hair by bleaching it or has hair that’s really dry and hard to grow. With the safety of your natural hair oils in your hair strands, your hair will have more elasticity, making it Strong and will have the ability to break much less.
4: Faster Growing Hair
The gentle root stimulation that the boar brush brings to your scalp helps bring more blood flow to your hair follicles. Not only do you gently pull your hair, but you rub your scalp with your boar bristles. It’s just so soothing. Who does not like soothing!
5: Wake Up The Oil Output Of Your Hair Follicles
If you have a dry scalp, massaging your hair will help stimulate the sluggish oil glands to begin producing oil. Note, this oil is what gives all the benefits.
6: Cleaner Hair
The boar brush helps to remove any excess oils by trapping them in the brush and helping to catch any fog or dirt like a magnet. (Don’t forget to wash your boar bristle brush!) Read my article: How to clean your boar bristle brush properly
7: Less Oily Hair
Because you’re going to spread the oils from your roots to your ends, your hair roots should look less sticky and weighed down.
8: Get More Volume
You can use a boar brush in two different ways. Root to tip in long strokes to get straight hair or dip your head upside down and back brush your hair from your nape (neck) that’ll give you lots of volume like a lion’s mane, ha!
Last tip, guys and girls. I want to mention that if you use a sulphate free shampoo, you’ll get the best results using a boar brush. This is necessary because the sulfates strip all of your hair’s natural oils and make the boar brush ineffective. You need your natural hair oils to make this brush work best. So be sure to use a shampoo that does not contain the ingredient: sodium laurate sulfate. Read my article: How to protect your hair from damage or use the search feature and search for “sulfate”.