Do you know that wooden comb has several benefits and is good for your hair?
Plastic hair combs produce static thus creating electricity which damages your hair. Wood is a bad conductor of electricity, hence it prevents damage caused by static.
Plastic and metal combs have sharp teeth and are not always smooth. The harsh teeth may actually scratch your scalp. Wooden combs with rounded teeth do not scratch and actually massage your scalp.
The feel of rounded wood teeth on the scalp is quite unique and helps to increase the blood flow to the scalp. Wooden combs help to distribute oil from scalp to hair and this prevents the hair from drying out.
Wooden combs are suitable for all types of hair, can be used by both men and women and are safe enough to be used on babies too.
Wooden combs are easy to hold and do not slip from your hands while combing your hair. They are really useful when combing thick, long and/or curly hair.
Nimba combs are made from the aromatic wood of the Neem tree (Azadirachta indica). Neem, in the traditional Indian system of medicine known as Ayurveda, is known for its positive effects on skin and hair.
It is scientifically proven that neem wood has antiviral, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties as well as being a recognised germicide. The neem wood comb fights hair related problems naturally.
Regular combing with a neem wood comb is believed to inhibit dandruff as well as scalp infections. Prolonged use may also assist in reducing hair fall. As an excellent scalp massager it helps to increase the blood flow to the scalp. The fibres in the wood also help to spread the natural oils around for healthier hair.
When using on wet hair, remove tangles before use. Do not apply dye with comb. Can be used after dye has cured. Clean with a dry cloth. Store in a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight.
Being a natural product, no artificial paint or lacquer is used in the product; hence small deviations in the colour and shade are normal.