Silvertip badger shaving brush

Short Description:

Silvertip Badger (often called Super Badger) is the longest and most luxuriously supple of all the badger bristles. The greatest value of Silvertip bristles is not only the experience of use, but the performance characteristics of the brush. The flared tips which serve to provide thermal insulation to the badger allow the brush to hold a greater volume of water when saturated. This water is then infused into the lather to create a more moist, better performing lather which allows for a closer and less irritating shave.

    Product name: Silvertip badger shaving brush
    Brush material: Silvertip badger
    Knot size: 20/22/24/26/28mm


Experience a gentle, exfoliating massage that only a traditional badger hair shave brush can deliver.

Jiamei Cosmetic offers a wide selection of handmade shave brushes. Our brushes are available with different styles and bristle types to meet every preference. The density and softness of the bristles impact exfoliation, how much water the brush retains, and the thickness of the lather created.

We want to create grooming goods that allow you to love your daily shave. So we set out to bring you the highest quality shaving brushes at a reasonable price. Our new range of brushes offer exceptional shaving at a great value( without the middle man).

Badger hair is considered among the best fibers for shaving creams and soap. There ability to retain both heat and moisture make them the ideal fibers for shaving brushes. You see when you have both heat and moisture contained within a brush, you are able to build up a terrific cushion and lubrication with the shaving cream of your choice leading to a really comfortable shave.

Product features:

  • 100% Genuine Silvertip Badger Bristles

  • Oversized 28 mm Brush Knot

  • Handmade Brush and Brush knot for superior Quality

  • High Bristle Density for extra lathering ability

  • Durable Wooden Handle


How to Use a Shaving Brush

Fill the sink with hot water, dip or leave the brush in it until the bristle hairs are thoroughly soaked with hot water and then remove the brush; alternatively, hold the brush under a hot running faucet. Do not tap too much excess water off the brush. The point is for the bristles to retain as much water as possible so it can keep your face hydrated and protected during the shaving process. With circular motions, run the bristles over the soap to generate lather. The longer you whisk, the richer the lather, and the more protection it provides to the skin. Twenty seconds should do.

If you are using a lathering cream instead of soap, wet the tip of the shaving brush slightly, open the center of the brush, and place two fingertips‘ worth of cream into the center of the brush. Close up the tip and submerge it in hot water for about twenty seconds. Remove from the water and begin lathering. If you feel you need more water during shaving, dip the tip of the brush in water and flick it gently to removing excess, if necessary.

Once the brush is on your face, it‘s important to use just the right amount of pressure. Too much can cause bristles to flatten on your face, which flattens whiskers, to little won‘t provide enough friction for a good lather.

How to Care the shaving brush

Before their first use, new brushes should be washed well using warm soapy water. The distinct odor of new animal hair brushes goes away after a few uses. Never use chemical detergents to clean the brush or to get rid of the initial smell.

To care for your badger brush, do not leave the lathered brush standing. It‘s important to rinse it well after each use under warm running water. Otherwise, soap residue can destroy the bristles. Remove excess water and dry the brush by repeatedly shaking out the remaining water, then hang it up with the bristles facing down. When moist do not keep the brush in closed containers such as toilet bags. This ensures that it‘s kept away from moisture and mildew, which softens the glue that holds the bristles to the handle, causing them to fall off.

You will know it is time to replace your brush when the bristles fall out or start to disintegrate in the water.