The "Wet is Best" Shaving Set by Kent Brushes of England includes a blended bristle, badger effect shaving brush and a stand for proper storage. This traditional shaving set with a modern twist is an ideal introduction to wet shaving.
The Kent Blended Bristle Traditional Shaving Brush features genuine "badger effect" blended bristles and a modern black handle with a grey grip. This shaving brush is ideal for first time wet shavers, and works perfectly with Kent's menthol skin conditioning shaving cream (sold separately) to provide a close, comfortable shave. All Kent Brushes are made in England and have a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
Kent Brushes Pure Bristle Shaving Brush Features:
- Blended Filament Pure Bristles for Thick Lather
- Modern Black Handle
- Medium Brush Head
Why Shave with a Brush?
Shaving brushes provide several advantages that result in a clean, close, comfortable shave. When a shaving brush with shaving cream or soap is rubbed across the face with a gentle circular motion, the bristles of the brush gently lift and soften facial hair, allowing a gentler stroke of the razor. This also works to gently exfoliate the face. As a shaving brush retains water in its bristles, it also creates a rich, thick lather of shaving cream of soap, which results in a smoother shave as the razor does not drag or skip.
Kent Brushes - A Piece of History
When you purchase a Kent Shaving Brush, you are in good company. One of the oldest established companies in Great Britain, Kent Brushes was founded in 1777 under the reign of George III. Since that time, Kent has been manufacturing brushes of unprecedented quantity in Great Britain. Each Kent brush is made in the Kent factory in Hertfordshire, England.
Kent Brushes has been granted Royal Warrants (recognizing excellence and selecting them to produce products for the Royal Households) continually for nine reigns - beginning in the 18th century - making it the longest Royal Warrant holder in history.
In a top-secret operation during WWII, Kent made shaving brushes outfitted to conceal maps and compasses for forwarding to overseas British prisoners of war to enable the prisoners to find their way home in event of escape. This work was carried out in a locked and windowless room in the Kent factory.
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