Edwin Jagger Black Synthetic Fiber Shaving Brush Imitation Tortoiseshell - 21P43
Edwin Jagger is Europe's foremost manufacturer of luxury handmade shaving equipment. Edwin Jagger products are made in Sheffield, England - a city known for its rich industrial history. The Edwin Jagger Imitation Tortoiseshell Shaving Brush (Black Synthetic) is a high-quality synthetic shaving brush.
- Total height – 95mm
- Knot diameter - 21mm (Medium)
- Loft – 50mm
- Handle height – 45mm
- Weight – 35g
The Edwin Jagger Shaving Brush Collection combines the latest technology with traditional hand finishing techniques to produce elegant and contemporary shaving accessories. Balance and shape ensure reassuring and rewarding shaving experiences daily.
Synthetic fibre is an ethical, vegan-friendly, affordable alternative to badger hair. The black synthetic fibre retains hot water which, when combined with shaving cream or soap, can create a creamy lather that emulates the experience of using real badger hair shaving brushes, offering a comparable shave that is equally as pleasing.
This type of fill is becoming increasingly popular as synthetic fibres are extremely resistant to problems associated with lather residue in natural badger hair brushes. The hairs are very firm in the middle, allowing them to retain their shape and they dry exceptionally fast, making brush maintenance easier than ever.
Those with particularly sensitive skin may find that synthetic brushes are a good option as the tips are the softest of any type of shaving brush fill, offering an especially kind and pleasant touch to the skin.
The contemporary, lightweight handle is crafted using a specially selected imitation tortoiseshell polyester material, giving it a smart and classic appearance.
To clean this brush, simply rinse under hot water (max temperature: 45°) and shake dry to remove any remaining lather residue. It may be hung in a stand to dry off if desired, allowing the brush to be displayed between use. Do not use chemical detergents such as borax or vinegar on this brush, plain water works just fine.