Your bamboo whisk may be brittle and stiff at first. Before using for the first time, soak the tines in hot water for 30 seconds; it will soften further with use. Avoid getting water on the handle.
Your whisk can attract mould if not cared for properly, so rinse your whisk under warm running water immediately after use and allow to air dry by placing it, handle down and tips up, before storing.
Avoid the use of detergents or a dishwasher to clean your whisk.
It is normal for your whisk to change with use: the centre tines will open up and blossom. However, if you notice any signs of mould or odour, you should boil the tines in water and air dry afterwards.
Cared for properly, your whisk can last up to 12 months. If mould or odour persists, it’s time for a new whisk.
Keep away from children.
Hand made from 100% Bamboo.
Wash your face cloth before first using, either in the washing machine or by hand, using normal fabric detergent.
Dry on a moderate heat cycle or hang to air dry.
To use the cloth as part of your bathing routine, submerge in warm water, wring out any excess water and apply to skin by gently massaging in a circular upward motion.
For best use on the face, submerge in warm water, wring out any excess and place over the face to open the pores before and during cleansing. After use, rinse thoroughly and leave flat to dry.
Wash regularly. Keep this product away from small children to avoid the risk of suffocation.
Made from 100% Cotton
As well as exfoliating and cleansing the skin, dry brushing is generally believed to help improve blood circulation; stimulate the nervous and lymphatic systems, and encourage relaxation.
Depending on the sensitivity of your skin, use your dry body brush 2-3 times a week to exfoliate the skin on your body before cleansing. Do not use on your face.
Start at your feet and move up the body, towards the heart, in large, circular clockwise motions.
You can use more pressure in less sensitive areas like the knees and elbows, and less pressure elsewhere. The arms can be dry brushed after treating the torso and décolletage. To avoid abrasion or damage to the skin do not brush continually in the same place.
Cleaning your body brush
- Clean your body brush regularly, ideally after each use.
- Start by tapping the bristles in the sink or onto a washable surface to remove any dead skin.
- Fill the sink or a bowl with a disinfectant cleanser such as tea tree oil, or a disinfectant liquid soap. Only add enough water to submerge the bristles are submerged in water; avoid getting the handle wet.
- Gently move the brush in the water to coat all of the bristles for approximately five minutes. Remove the brush, set to one side and refresh the water.
- Move the bristles gently in the water once more to rinse.
- Shake out any excess water and leave on a clean dry towel until completely dry before storing. You can use a hairdryer if you wish to speed up the drying process.
- We recommend you replace your body brush every 6 months.
Keep this product away from children.
Made from Bamboo, Horsehair and Sisal. No animals are harmed in the making of this product.