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The bristles are made from wood, not plastic or animal sources, embedded in a natural rubber base. For those who would like to go ahead and order a brush now, Jay says that he is running low on brushes and expects a shipment in November.
In addition to giving away a brush, Life Without Plastic is offering a 10% discount to Fake Plastic Fish readers now through November 15 for every item on the site. This entry was posted in Contests and Giveaways, Green Businesses, hair care and tagged black cats, boar bristles, contest, cute kitties play with brush, cute kitty video, discount, giveaway, Life Without Plastic, plastic hairbrush, plastic-free wood hair brush with wood bristles, wooden bristles, wooden hairbrush on October 22, 2010 by Beth Terry. GuestMs schambach5 months 4 days agoHi where can I get this brush, assuming yours is already taken I am really interested in purchasing one!
I would continue to use it except that the little plastic balls on the ends of the plastic bristles are coming off, and without those balls, the bristles are murder on my hair. Sure, I could ask the companies to send me a brush without the plastic, but most likely that plastic box would simply be tossed out on the seller’s end.
The brush is manufactured in Germany, so it comes quite a distance to North America, but I’m planning on having mine for a long time. To enter the contest, please leave a comment with your favorite natural, plastic-free personal care product.
So I was excited when Jay from Life Without Plastic contacted me to let me know about his new completely plastic-free hairbrush made from wood and natural rubber.
Life Without Plastic is one of the few companies that meets the standards for advertising on Fake Plastic Fish because every product they carry is carefully considered for its impact on the planet. Yes,it has boar bristles but these are a by-product after the pig was killed for meat, no one raises or kills hogs for their bristles, so no need to waste them.