Zoom ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush
Zoom ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush
Zoom ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush
Zoom ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush

ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush

£8.50

THE PRODUCT

A versatile brush made from hard coconut fibre, which is naturally anti-fungal and antibacterial. Excellent for cleaning nails or exfoliating dry feet and keeping them looking silky soft and smooth instead. Use in the shower or bath, applying firm pressure to scrub away hard dry skin on the heels.

Size approx: 16 x 5.5 x 3 cm / 6.3 x 2.1 x 1.2 inch

As all products are handmade and the material is natural, the brushes may slightly vary in size, shape and colour.

Hard fibre, can be used for dry and wet brushing

Exfoliate and massage your feet in a shower or bath, using moderate pressure. Feel your feet relax. Rinse off and apply your favourite lotion

Sustainable coconut fibre, timber wood, cotton cords

Coconut fibre, also known as coco or coir fibre (used on handles of ELYTRUM brushes), is found between the hard inner shell and the outer coat (husk) of a coconut. It is simply the bit that we do not eat.  Coconut palms are grown mainly in the sea belt areas of the north-western parts of Sri Lanka. The trees that give us the fibre are very strong and use hardly any fertilisers, pesticides or insecticides. 

The brown fibre is harvested from fully ripened coconut. It is about 10cm - 30cm long, relatively waterproof, and one of the few vegetable fibres with natural resistance to fungus and mites. Coconuts are grown by small scale farmers, who use local mills for fibre extraction. It is an important source of their income.

Coconut fibre is harder than sisal, naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal. Because of these qualities, body brushes with coconut bristles can be used wet and dry, and are suitable for areas with hard skin, like on feet. 

  • 100% natural
  • Made with renewable and sustainable resources
  • Vegan
  • Compostable
  • Toxin & Plastic Free
  • Ethically handmade

Coconut fibre is harder than sisal, naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal. Because of these qualities, body brushes with coconut bristles can be used wet and dry, and are suitable for areas with hard skin, like on feet. 

You can make an antibacterial spray solution with water and tea tree essential oil, and periodically spray the brush with the solution to keep it optimally clean.

When finished, pad excess water with a towel and dry the brush in a well-ventilated area.

  • The brushes are made from all-natural materials. They are biodegradable and compostable.

THE DIRECTIONS

Hard fibre, can be used for dry and wet brushing

Exfoliate and massage your feet in a shower or bath, using moderate pressure. Feel your feet relax. Rinse off and apply your favourite lotion

THE MATERIALS

Sustainable coconut fibre, timber wood, cotton cords

Coconut fibre, also known as coco or coir fibre (used on handles of ELYTRUM brushes), is found between the hard inner shell and the outer coat (husk) of a coconut. It is simply the bit that we do not eat.  Coconut palms are grown mainly in the sea belt areas of the north-western parts of Sri Lanka. The trees that give us the fibre are very strong and use hardly any fertilisers, pesticides or insecticides. 

The brown fibre is harvested from fully ripened coconut. It is about 10cm - 30cm long, relatively waterproof, and one of the few vegetable fibres with natural resistance to fungus and mites. Coconuts are grown by small scale farmers, who use local mills for fibre extraction. It is an important source of their income.

Coconut fibre is harder than sisal, naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal. Because of these qualities, body brushes with coconut bristles can be used wet and dry, and are suitable for areas with hard skin, like on feet. 

THE CREDENTIALS

  • 100% natural
  • Made with renewable and sustainable resources
  • Vegan
  • Compostable
  • Toxin & Plastic Free
  • Ethically handmade

THE OPTIMAL CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Coconut fibre is harder than sisal, naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal. Because of these qualities, body brushes with coconut bristles can be used wet and dry, and are suitable for areas with hard skin, like on feet. 

You can make an antibacterial spray solution with water and tea tree essential oil, and periodically spray the brush with the solution to keep it optimally clean.

When finished, pad excess water with a towel and dry the brush in a well-ventilated area.

THE RECYCLING STEPS 

  • The brushes are made from all-natural materials. They are biodegradable and compostable.

ELYTRUM - Foot / Nail Brush - Coconut Body Brush

£8.50