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Known for its naturally antimicrobial and antifungal properties, the neem tree is highly prized in India for hair care. These 100% pure neem wood hair combs are non-static. The combs are not treated with any oils or finishes. Available in Fine Tooth and Wide Tooth variations.

You can also read more about making the switch from a plastic comb to a neem wooden hair comb.

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All your Questions Answered

Is a neem comb good for hair?

Yes, neem is known for its naturally antimicrobial and antifungal properties. The neem tree is highly prized in India for hair care. These 100% pure neem wood hair combs are non-static and can be part of a healthy hair care routine.

How do I clean my neem comb?

The best way to clean your neem comb is to soak it in warm water for a few minutes , and then gently wipe the dirt out using a cloth. If desired, you can also use coconut oil or olive oil to add a moisturized finish back into the wood.

How to use a neem comb

Run the neem comb through your hair in the same way that any hair comb would be used. The neem comb is functionally not different from other hair combs. The differentiating factor is the unique 100% neem wood composition of the comb.

Can I use a neem comb on oily hair?

Yes, neem combs can most definitely be used with oily hair. In fact, neem combs are perfect for any hair type.

Does a neem comb reduce dandruff?

Neem combs are great for the scalp and hair because of the naturally antimicrobial properties of neem wood. A neem comb does not directly reduce dandruff, but it can be part of a healthy hair care routine which may prevent dandruff from occurring in the first place.

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Mara O'Reilly

    Great for thick hair

    Mara O’Reilly

    I had been debating getting a neem comb for a while and I finally grabbed one from this site. I use it every other day and I have pretty thick hair and the wide comb works great for me and I feel like my scalp isn’t as oily.

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  2. 2 out of 9 people found this helpful
    Chadeayne

    Fine tooth comb

    Chadeayne (verified owner)

    This is a great product. I highly recommend for those whom do not have a sensitive scalp. It is a replacement for my plastic hair pick.

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  3. 7 out of 7 people found this helpful

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    Keesha

    Which comb is best for thick hair?

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      Brush with Bamboo

      Brush with Bamboo

      We recommend Wide Tooth.

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    Natasha

    where is this brush made?

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      Brush with Bamboo

      Made in India.

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    Harper

    Would using this comb on wet hair or in the shower cause any damage to it? Could damage be avoided if it is dried afterwards?

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      Brush with Bamboo

      Using it on wet hair is totally fine. However, wooden combs should not be used in the shower – that’s too much water exposure for wood.

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