We recommend using a shaving brush in order to get the most out of your cream or soap as well as to lift the hairs from your face and exfoliate the skin underneath.
A brush is an essential part of your shaving routine; if this isn't the one for you, click here to see our extensive range of brushes of all grades and sizes.
Bristle Diameter: 55mm
Bristle Length: 55mm
Total Length: 110mm
Knot Diameter: 27mm
Handle Diameter: 40mm
The Silvertip Badger Brush is so called because of the silver colour of the tip of the hair. Super Badger Hair is often used outwith the UK as a term for Silvertip hair.
The reason why Silvertip and Super Badger hair shaving brushes are more expensive than other types of shaving brushes is down to the fact that the hair for these brushes comes only from the neck of the badger which is softer and retains more water than hair from other parts of the badger.
HOW TO USE
Wet the brush in warm water, flick off excess water. Gently swirl the brush in shaving cream or soap and create a rich, creamy lather.
Paint the lather onto your bearded area. Don't splay the brush hairs.
Once finished, rinse the brush under running water, flick excess water off, gently dab dry with a towel and store the brush upside down on a stand where air can circulate around the brush.
Never use hot water on the brush. Hot water will damage the hair and can lead to the hair expanding and splitting the handle.
To see our extensive range of brush stands, click here.