Griffkamm aus Holz für kurzes, glattes Haar, mit Abteilspitze

Wooden handle comb for short, straight hair, with section tip


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Our high-quality handle comb made from 100% natural wood impresses with its even surface and precisely rounded teeth. This comb also has a practical sectioning tip that separates and structures the hair perfectly.

Whether your hair is wet or dry, you can detangle and style your hair in no time at all with this handle comb. For optimum results, we recommend always combing your hair from the bottom up to gently detangle knots and avoid uncomfortable pulling.

Our handle comb has a tine width of 0.8 mm and is particularly suitable for short and fine hair. The teeth glide effortlessly up to the scalp and provide a soothing scalp massage at the same time. This promotes blood circulation and supports healthy hair growth.

Thanks to its ergonomically shaped handle, the comb is extremely comfortable to hold, even when used frequently. The 100% natural materials make the comb elastic, stable and antistatic. A must-have for daily hair care.

Dimensions of the handle comb

Length: 18 cm

Tine width: 0.8 mm for short, straight hair, with sectioned tip.

Advantages of this handle comb

  • Very natural, pleasant feel.
  • Softly rounded edges that gently detangle and organize the hair.
  • Antistatic by nature.
  • Made from organic, CO₂-binding wood.
  • The wood is sourced exclusively from sustainable, regional forestry.
  • Our handle combs have a long service life.
  • Easy to clean to maintain the quality of the combs
  • Made in Germany.


Our handle combs are made exclusively from finely textured fruit and hardwoods from sustainable, regional forestry in Germany. Experience gained over generations enables us to achieve the highest quality when processing the wood and manufacturing our combs. This is based on an elaborate manufacturing process consisting of 20 individual work steps, in which the grinding and rounding of the zinc tips is of particular importance.

When choosing a handle comb, pay attention to the spacing of the tines. Small spacing is suitable for fine, short hair. The curlier and longer your hair is, the wider the distance between the tines should be.

As the wood grain of our handle combs always varies, each of these enchanting utensils is unique.

Care instructions

Avoid prolonged contact with water. Wash the comb at regular intervals with a mild and silicone-free shampoo or a mild soap, rinse under clear water and then rub dry immediately. Oiling with a natural oil such as olive oil or beeswax balm optimizes care, makes the surface of the hairdressing comb shine and protects it from moisture at the same time.

Packaging and shipping

When packaging our products, we strive for a reliable balance between transportation safety and sustainability. That's why we only use recycled paper, cardboard, environmentally friendly packing tape and cotton bags made from naturally renewable raw materials. Each item is carefully wrapped in a cotton bag, tissue paper or kraft paper and then securely packed in a cardboard box and made ready for dispatch.

Fair Trade

Fair trade is not just an additional feature for us, but a matter of course! That's why we have opted for suitable companies in Europe and against cheap production in Asia or Eastern Europe.

It is essential for us that our products are manufactured under humane conditions, from the extraction of raw materials to the end product. The geographical proximity enables us to gain a closer insight into the individual areas and creates significantly shorter transport routes, so that we contribute to an immense saving in CO₂ and to the benefit of the environment.

Our products and their packaging are largely made from biodegradable raw materials that come from sustainable agriculture. By producing in Germany, France, Austria and Portugal, we can fully guarantee compliance with EU environmental standards compared to products produced in Asia.

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