Beautiful high-quality massage brush with rubber cushion and wooden pins, designed to activate your blood and lymphatic circulation, stimulate tissue drainage and decrease cellulite, improving its appearance.
The rounded wooden pins are embedded in a natural rubber cushion to minimise skin damage while brushing.
Delight your body with a massage, a reviving feeling for body and mind.
In combination with a high-quality finish, products with an exceptional design and special functionality make the olive wood brushes stand out. The result is a product which gives joy in everyday use. In order to provide the highest possible quality, we apply particular care in the selection of raw materials.
Only the highest quality bristles and rubber cushions make there way onto the carefully produced brush bodies, making every single brush something special.
The result is a unique rarity in the brush world – a brush with a soul.
Olive wood is something special. The individual grain is the most distinctive feature of this precious wood. The soft, honey-coloured wood grain crisscrossed by brownish veins makes for the creation of unique products. Olive wood is one of the world´s hardest woods; and no other European wood can match its hardness. It is only towards the end of an olive tree´s life, when it ceases to bear fruit, that it released to the wood trade.
Brushes of olive wood – each brush is unique!
How to care for your brush
In order for you to enjoy your brush for a long time to come, we recommended that you clean it and care for it regularly.
The brush should be washed in lukewarm water .
Please take care to ensure that the brush body does not get too wet.
After this, rinse the brush well in clear water and place it on a cloth, for example, for drying. The wooden pins should point down during the drying process.
Never leave a brush to dry near the radiator or in the sun – Normal room temperature is ideal.
Proper handling of all brushes prolongs their life.
The FSC label is granted to wooden products that come from responsibly managed forests or plantations – certified in accordance with the strict guidelines of the Forest Stewardship Council.