Plastic-Free Copper Ionic Body Brush – Well Earth Goods

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Plastic Free Copper Ionic Body Brush | Well Earth Goods
Plastic Free Copper Ionic Body Brush | Well Earth Goods
Plastic Free Copper Ionic Body Brush | Well Earth Goods

Plastic-Free Copper Ionic Body Brush

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How it works
Positive ions restrict the energy supply to the body from outside, so an energy balance by negative charged ions (anions) should be established. The ionic body brush is an easy aid for producing these anions with the molecular structure of the fine bronze filament (a copper-tin alloy).

Just three minutes a day is all you need to revitalize, relax and stimulate circulation. 

Beautifying Benefits
Dense, durable bristles—threaded with wire—gently exfoliate, tighten skin, and stimulate blood circulation

Details & Dimensions
Crafted from oiled beechwood, horsehair, and bronze wire; bronze wire may contain traces of nickel; brush measures 3-1/2-inches long

Rinse with lukewarm water and a mild soap solution, towel blot to remove excess moisture, and air dry at room temperature; comb with a metal comb then hang or lay flat to store; made in Germany

About The Maker
The first handcrafted Bürstenhaus Redecker brushes were produced in 1935. A lot has changed since then. Today, the name Bürstenhaus Redecker stands as it has for many years for an ideal combination of natural quality, function and design. It lives from the blend of inventiveness, sound craftsmanship and creativity. Bürstenhaus Redecker brushes are made of domestic woods, bristles, hair, and plant fibers, and have been for decades. Precedence is given to natural, sustainable raw materials.

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All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.  Read more here.