Item Dimensions (LxWxH): 10 X 7 X 1 Centimeters
Item Weight: 24 Grams (One comb)
Age Range (Description): All age groups
Key Material: Wood (Neem)
Operation Mode: Manual
Package-Type: Cotton Bag
Target Audience: All age groups
Country of Origin: India
Did you know?
Plastic combs cause static electric charge in your hair and cause frizz & tangles at the end of the stroke of that knot. Often times they may even hurt your skin under the beard or break and damage your hair.
It is time to switch to a better alternative and reduce pollution caused by plastics, one comb at a time.
Prakrtech brings to you a pure neem wood comb, which is biodegradable and eco-friendly. Neem is a natural antiseptic. It prevents the growth of microbes. Made up of 100% neem wood and suitable for all age groups, Prakrtech’s Neem Wood comb is a natural, non-invasive, and herbal way of keeping your beard hair healthy.
– Neem comb reduces hair fall and prevents itchiness.
– It improves blood circulation and naturally nourishes hair.
– Maintains smooth and frizz-free hair.
– Fights fungal infections.
– Is eco-friendly and gentle on the skin.
– Helps remove dust and dirt from the beard
– Natural antibacterial effect to help reduce dandruff.
– Comes with anti-septic properties.
A Neem wood comb is an essential accessory to carry with you always for the health of your beard. Prakrtech’s Neem Wood combs are handcrafted and eco-friendly. Unlike regular combs that are sharp and rough on your skin under the beard, neem wood comb is gentle. Since wood is a bad conductor, it doesn’t create static electricity like plastic and metal combs which causes frizz and damage. Neem Wood combs also stimulate blood vessels and enhance blood circulation in the skin under the beard thereby promoting hair growth. Prakrtech’s Neem wood comb helps in distributing oil or styling gels evenly and prevents the ends from drying out. The natural wooden fibers work great to condition your hair.
Prakrtech believes that “True Sustainability is our ability to sustain this planet for next-generation”