Tweezerman Men’s Shaving Brush

This high quality shaving brush is made of 100% badger hair, the preferred bristle for creating a rich lather. The densely filled brush head is ideal for holding and distributing lather. Helps soften and raise beard while gently exfoliating the skin in preparation for a close, comfortable shave.

Product Features

  • 100% Badger hair bristles
  • A must have for a close comfortable shave
  • Ideal for creating and distributing lather
  • Gently exfoliates the skin

June 13, 2014 - Comment
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3 thoughts on “Tweezerman Men’s Shaving Brush

  1. W.P. says:

    2 months daily use [UPDATE: +2.5 Years!] — No Problems. Read This!! This brush is easily on par with many badger hair brushes costing four times as much.I BELIEVE I KNOW WHY OTHERS WERE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THIS BRUSH …I read some of the previous reviews regarding excessive bristle loss, cracked handles, and the knot coming out of the handle. ALL of these problems are symptoms of improper care and use! I’m willing to wager that this is the first shaving brush for most purchasers, who are attracted by its inexpensive price. So, here…

  2. Joel says:

    Does the job, great price. One minor item.. see below: Badger hair shaving brushes are not the cheapest items in the world. Not to mention usually you get what you pay for; however I have to say that this brush bucks that trend.The brush does the job at a price MUCH better than the competitors.My one minor issue:-the first brush I bought repeatedly would lose hairs each time I used it. I hoped it would stop at some point but this went on for a month or so. In a strange sort of luck, I managed to leave the brush…

  3. scfdefinit says:

    Best bang for buck shaving brush I’ve gotten this brush about a month ago and it has held up pretty well. At $15 it is the best value pure badger brush on the market. At first it’s a little stiff. It loses a few bristles here and there but after a few uses it breaks in. I haven’t lost a bristle in weeks and its gotten softer. Of course there are better best badger brushes and silvertip badger brushes on the market but be prepared to pay $40-200 USD for a quality badger brush. The Tweezerman makes a good starter brush at…

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