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Pig bristle shaving brush

A shaving brush made from pig hair is usually cheaper than badger hair shaving brushes. In addition, the hair of a pig is usually a lot rougher and thicker, which makes the skin feeling a lot more intense during shaving. The advantage of this is that a pig bristle shaving brush easily absorbs hard soap.

With regular use of these shaving brushes you will notice that the roughness decreases slightly. This is because over time the bristle ends will split. Pig bristles also retain a relatively large amount of moisture, so it is no problem at all to develop a large amount of foam.

The hair colors range from yellow to white, often with a painted black band for decoration.
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