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Iris Hantverk Brushes Coming Soon!

While shopping in Stockholm several years ago, I purchased an Iris Hantverk facial brush. Since that first brush, I have been a loyal fan of their products.

Not only are the brushes of exceptional quality and beauty, the highly skilled artisans that produce these brushes are visually impaired.

Since 1870, Iris Hantverk brushes have been hand crafted from birch, oak or walnut with hand binded bristles of horse and goat hair, or other natural fibers such as coconut, palm and cereal root.

The core of the business remains in Sweden where the brushes continue to be made according to an old Swedish tradition.

According to owners Sara Edhäll and Richard Sparrenhök, “The vision of the company is to revive the traditional brush binding profession. By making functional products with good design combined with the quality of natural materials and the craftsmen's solid technique. It brings new dimensions to the concept of sensitively made by hand.”

Although I love all the products Iris Hantverk produces, I do have a few essentials I couldn't live without.

My skin has a glow I attribute to using the dry brush twice a week, buffing away dead skin cells and opening the pores on my face. I use the wet brush daily with my facial wash to remove dirt and makeup and prepare my face for my skin care products.

Other essential products are the computer brush that sweeps away dust and crumbs from my keyboard,

the table brush and nesting pan for clearing crumbs off my counters and table,

and the nail brush which keeps my nails clean and healthy even after a day of gardening.

Signe is pleased to support people with disabilities and we look forward to introducing you to the amazing line at Iris Hantverk.

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