Hair Loss 101:  The Boar Bristle Brush

January 18th, 2010, 1:58 am

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This article was written by Dan Novitski, a.k.a. “nidhogge”.  Dan Novitski is a pioneer of Do-it-yourself Laser Therapy, and a long time consumer advocate for hair loss.  He can be reached at nidhogge(at)WorldHairLoss(dot)org.


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theOZer

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January 18th, 2010, 11:01 AM

I can’t say as that I fully agree with all points illustrated here, and I quote from paragraph 2:

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, concerning boar bristle versus comb and such but I, too, have made the switch from using a comb to only using a boar bristle brush on my hair.  I have always insisted on Ace combs; they are the best combs around, rounded tine tips.  You can tell a cheap comb; it literally scraps your scalp.  But, combs away; use a boar bristle brush and keep what precious hair you still have on your head, not left on your comb or brush.
Ciao, ~tOr


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Baldspot53

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March 08th, 2010, 09:44 PM

A very basic rule of thumb… use a comb on long wet hair, a brush on long dry hair. You can comb short dry hair without damaging it, but a boar bristle brush on long wet hair is not a good idea.  You will probably get a lot of breakage.

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