Clean Your Cleaners
Body Brushes, Dry Brushes, Toothbrushes & Wood Combs
Body Brushes and Dry Brushes
Quickly dip the brushes in boiling water and then set them out in the sun for a few hours to dry.
Or, every few months, gently clean the brushes with a pure soap and rinse well. Then put them in the sun to dry.
After using your toothbrush, dip it in food grade 3% hydrogen peroxide. It is safe to put in your mouth and will deter unfriendly bacteria from growing on the brush.
Avoid soaking your wood comb in water to avoid swelling and splitting.
Jojoba and coconut oil are beautiful for cleaning and conditioning our wood combs. Apply a small amount of oil to a clean cloth and carefully run the cloth between each tine to remove debris. If there is build-up from hair products on the comb, use a retired toothbrush to gently scrub it away. For fine toothed combs, try using a piece of unwaxed dental floss between the tines to work out any debris. Using a soft, absorbent cloth, wipe away any remaining oil.