Eco Max Back Brush with Cotton Strings
- Perfect for Dry Body Brushing
- Made from Sustainable Timber and Natural Vegetable Fibres
- Flexible to Move to the Contours of your Back
- Earn 28 Points
Eco Max Sisal Back Brush, in a Medium Bristle with Cotton Cord, available online at Flora & Fauna.
Handmade from natural sisal, a form of cactus and an ideal medium strength vegetable fibre for wet or dry use. The long flexible brush head will bend to the contours of your body, making it easy to reach the whole of your back and this can be used wet or dry. This brush is a favourite with men as the cotton cords allow for a rigorous scrub in hard to reach places.
This Body Brush is perfect for dry brushing and is made out of sustainable timber and natural vegetable fibres. Ethically handmade in Sri Lanka. Eco Max Brushes are Vegan, Fair Trade and biodegradable.
Benefits of Dry Body Brushing
- Natural Exfoliant gently removing dry skin cells
- Increases Circulation for a healthy glow all year round
- Enhances Skin Detoxification stimulating your lymphatic system
- Stress Relief - the gentle pressure of brushing has a calming effect
Note: If any fibres fall out when new don't worry that's extra fibres left in from when it's made.
The Eco Max Range of Brushes are environmentally-friendly, biodegradable and entirely handmade so kind to the planet and environment.
Using Fair Trade principles all the handmade components use natural unbleached materials, such as the Alistonia timber and sisal or waste products, such as the coco fibre from coconut husks and rubberwood, a waste product from rubber production. Even the sealant used on the timber is a non-toxic toy paint sealer so it’s animal and child-friendly and the wire is galvanised so it won’t rust.
The Eco Max Range can be put into your compost bin where they will breakdown naturally leaving only a piece of wire to recycle.
Use dry or in the bath or shower to exfoliate and cleanse to a body beautiful.
Care of your brush: Shake out excess water and hang to dry. Wash regularly with a natural antiseptic, such as tea tree and dry in the sun. Do not leave damp or in water for prolonged periods.
The cardboard tag can usually be recycled in kerbside recycling or composted. Check with your local council if they will take it and what criteria they have for recycling it. See our recycling 101 blog post for more information. The bristles are made of plant fibres that break down naturally in your compost bin.
Thanks for disposing responsibly.
100% Natural Vegetable Fibres