All Hair Type Eco-Friendly Beard Brush Black Friday Cyber Monday Bonus Launched

International Owl, a brush specialist based in San Diego has launched a beard brush Black Friday Cyber Monday bonus. Ideal as a gift, this beard brush suits all hair types, including children's and short hair, as well as beards of all lengths, colors, and styles.

San Diego, United States - November 23, 2017 /PressCable/ —

San Diego-based International Owl, a brush specialist, has launched a beard brush Black Friday Cyber Monday bonus where client’s visiting the store can save more over this shopping bonanza weekend. With Wall Street using the Black Friday Cyber Monday weekend to measure economic strength and gauge consumer confidence, International Owl wants to add to the state’s viability by offering specials on this unique beard brush, which works well on beards, children’s hair and short hair types.

More information is available at International Owl.

Recently launched, the beard brush Black Friday Cyber Monday bonus means visitors to the International Owl store can take advantage of the exclusive offers on this unique product over this monumental weekend. Ideal as a gift, this beard brush is suited to all hair types, including children’s and short hair, as well as beards of all lengths, colors, and styles.

Made from the highest quality eco-friendly bamboo, the bristles of the brush are 100% natural ‘first-cut’ boar bristle. Therefore, they are not synthetic, which adds to the durability and perfromance of the brush.

Hand-finished, the brush looks appealing, plus it repairs and conditions hair, as well as stimulates hair growth. Available in a custom storage box, the brush also makes for an exceptional gift this holiday season.

International Owl, also known as iOwl specialize in brushes. The beard brush, lovingly handcrafted by iOwl is unique because the company only use the highest-quality and hand-selected products to produce a superior product. In fact, their products are comparable to Kent Brushes of England.

When asked the beard brush, a spokesperson for iOwl said, “We make our brushes from all-natural, minimally processed bamboo and high-quality boar bristles. Each brush is then hand-finished. We use bamboo because it’s bacteria resistant and highly renewable and biodegradable.”

To find out more about International Owl and their beard brush Black Friday Cyber Monday bonus, visit the link above or go to their Amazon page..

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Stangl
Organization: International Owl
Address: 2701 Midway Drive, San Diego, CA 92110, United States
Phone: +1-844-468-5695

For more information, please visit https://www.iowl.com/beard-brush-for-men/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 268012

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