Boar Bristle Bamboo Beard Brush For Men Father’s Day Gift Relaunched

International Owl has re-stocked its beard brush for men due to popular demand with Father’s Day looming. It offers customers a chance to get their hands on the high quality boar bristle bamboo beard brush for family, friends and colleagues.

San Diego, United States - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Ahead of Father’s Day in the United States, International Owl has expanded its stock for its highly popular boar bristle beard brush for men. The brush makes for an ideal gift this Father’s Day, and is known for its premium quality, having been compared to the Kent brushes in England.

For more information, please visit the website here: https://iowl.com

Anyone wanting to find the ideal gift for friends, family, and colleagues this Father’s Day can check out the iOwl beard brush for men. Each brush is 100% natural, and contains no artificial fillers.

One of the things that separates the beard brush from others on the market is that the bamboo handle is sourced from one of the most ecologically friendly bamboo regions in Anji. This is just one of the cutting edge, luxury features that makes the beard brush for men an ideal gift for anyone this Father’s Day.

When celebrations like Father’s Day come around, customers all across the country want to find the best gift to get for their dad. For the discerning man with a beard, the International Owl beard brush makes for a great gift.

Established in 1907, Father’s Day honors father’s and fatherhood all over the world. The United States celebration is thought to have been created when a large group of men died in a mining accident, and now it has developed into what it is today.

With beards becoming so popular over the last few years, a large proportion of the US is sporting a beard this year, and anyone with a beard will want the best beard brush available on the market. This is where the International Owl beard brush can make for such an ideal gift.

The International Owl boar bristle and all natural bamboo wood brush is designed to be of the highest quality. It features medium to firm bristles, and fits nicely in the hand, with grooves designed to give it the best fit.

Those wishing to find out more about the beard brush for men can visit the website on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Stangl
Email: support@iowl.com
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

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331068

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