3 Piece Baby Brush & Comb Set


An extremely high-quality and gentle hair care set for even the most sensitive little ones. Using this set encourages healthy hair and healthy relationships, as bonding can occur through the soft and tender moments of gently brushing baby's hair. 

The set includes:

Natural Goat Hair Brush: 14 x 4 x 3.5cm
De-tangling comb: 13.5 x 5 x 1cm
Wooden Paddle Massage Brush: 15 x 4.5 x 3cm

The brush handles and comb are made from sustainable beechwood. The natural bristles on the soft brush are made of goat hair. The bristles are so soft that even the lightest touch of a single fingertip results in the finger being enveloped in the flexible, gentle bedding. 

The set arrives beautifully presented in a gift box, accompanied by a cotton bag to keep the set together between uses. It makes the perfect present for a baby shower or new arrival, as it is unique and beautiful, yet useful and practical!

Any parent or carer who has tried to brush an infant's hair knows that the experience can be either a beautiful bonding experience or a frustrating challenge. The use of this gorgeous brush helps to ensure that the former will be the more likely outcome! The bristles are so soft that you can avoid any snags or pulls and just allow the tiny bub to enjoy the beautiful, sensory experience of feeling the soft bristles gently massaging the scalp. As the child relaxes into this soothing sensation the important task of keeping the hair smooth and silky becomes a positive interaction between a happy infant and a caring protector. 

For older children (of Pre-school age), using the Hair Brush is a valuable opportunity to further a child's understanding of 'care of the self'. In addition to the physical benefits it is also a lesson in self-respect.  It also reminds the child that there are parts of his or her body which do not consciously register in the field of vision. It seems obvious to an adult that we need to wash the parts of our body that we cannot see, but a child might never have thought twice about the fact that there is more hiding in places the eyes don't notice! As the child reaches back to run the soft bristles down from the back of the scalp to the end of the hair there is a sudden conscious realisation of the existence of this part of the body. The child's understanding of the 'self' becomes more whole!