Proraso Professional Shaving Brush

Made exclusively for Proraso by Omega, this Professional Shaving Brush is made with premium quality natural boar bristles. Their length and stiffness have been specially designed to encourage the best soapy lather and to delicately, yet energetically massage the beard. Originating in Italy, Proraso has been innovating professional highest-quality products in the shaving world for generations, and has evolved to become a staple of Italian culture. From the first product — Pre-Shave Cream — in 1948, to now, the Martelli family principles hold true: to create professional, quality products that deliver a pleasurable and impeccable shave, in the barbershop and at home.

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Product Features

  • Natural boar bristle
  • This slick, professional brush which is slightly bigger than many other brushes on the market
  • The natural hairs feel good on the skin
  • The large grip makes the brush nice and easy to handle


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October 25, 2019 - Comment
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2 thoughts on “Proraso Professional Shaving Brush

  1. Anonymous says:

    holding the hair is glue and it will eventually ruin a very good brush, causing hair loss I’ve used the Proraso shaving brush, made by Omega, for a couple of months now. Overall, I’m very impressed. I haven’t even had any ‘shedding’ of hairs during that time, which surprised me. I’m not gentle with this brush anymore than I was with my old one that I had for a decades. It loads well, holding enough soap that I can get 3 shaving passes,The trick, I think, on keeping the hair on the brush is to hang it upside down, to let any water or moisture drain down off the brush…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Like most boar hair brushes it has a ‘piggy’ odor … My first shaving brush. Made by Omega, this boar hair brush takes a little while to break in and has a decent amount of backbone. Like most boar hair brushes it has a ‘piggy’ odor when you first start using it. I followed an online guide that told me to swish it around in a bowl of dish detergent (Like Dawn) and water for a few minutes then rinse out. Afterwards, I lathered up a bit of the Proraso Sandalwood creme and set the brush down on the counter. This allowed the bristles to get back some…

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