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Heritage Bath Brush- Ash Wood

Andrée Jardin



Inspired by the toilet kits of our beloved grandmothers, a reflection of a true French art of living, these brushes for the body will bring you all the care your skin needs. This brush can be used dry, during a massage before your shower or bath. Detoxifying for the body, skin softener, anti-cellulite, toning, massage to many benefits!
The natural bristles of the brush are ideal for cleaning your skin, the irregularity of the hairs allow to better recover your dead skin. With its long handle you will be able to reach all areas of your body more easily. In your shower or in your bath, this bath brush allows you an effective and invigorating cleaning of your back.
This brush is made up of 2 sides, a soft side for the more sensitive parts and a harder side to allow optimum exfoliation and good blood stimulation. The natural wood of its handle is nourished with beeswax.
We advise you at the end of its use to clean it again with a little soap and shake it well to remove the maximum water.

Designed & manufactured in: France

Material: White silk and heat-heated ash wood

Dimensions: 9cm x 3cm x 3cm



A century ago, Andrée Jardin’s future husband, Georges Renée Julio, started out as an apprentice brush maker in Nantes. In 1947, he opened his own factory and the adventure began. Over the years the brush factory supplied more and more industrial clients, and from father to son, the company became specialised in tailor-made brushes. With the arrival of plastic and the beginning of globalization, what used to be called "Parisian goods" started to lose their value: hair brushes, toilet brushes, toothbrushes, make-up brushes, cloth brushes, cleaning brushes and brooms. To such a point that today it is still difficult to find an authentic broom, handbrush, or, even more, a real dust brush. Determined to refute this sad state of affairs, Jean-Baptiste and François-Marie, Andrée’s grandchildren, reissued the mythical brushes with French beechwood frames: Real brushes that last!