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Zero Waste Biodegradable Bamboo Hairbrushes

"The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists." – Japanese Proverb

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What is resilience? It’s not bouncing back from hard experiences but finding healthy ways to integrate them into our lives. None of us can escape pain, fear, and suffering… especially now. But from these negative experiences can come wisdom, courage and strength.The environment is naturally resilient, but we can make a lot of lifestyle changes and habits that can help limit our impact. This pretty and luxurious bamboo hair brush is a zero waste alternative to hair brushes made with synthetic materials. It has a natural and luxurious feel, and functions exactly like conventional hair brushes.

The large wooden bristles help to naturally condition your hair, and evenly distribute your hair’s natural oils. The bristles are also gentle and durable. Since they are wide, they are less likely to break the hair when combing. Plus, they don’t produce any static compared to synthetic brushes and combs.

Let’s work on keeping ourselves and the environment resilient together. It’s an imperfect journey and we can make positive changes every day. I am here to cheer you on and keep giving you inspiration that you can do it, and if you need ideas, just ask away below in the comments.


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