Includes 1 Multipurpose Wooden Hair Comb.
Material – 100% Biodegradable Neem Wood
Packaging – Recycled paper, reusable cloth bags
Made from natural neem wood the wooden hair comb contains neem’s anti-bacterial properties. Make your hair and scalp healthier with each use. It is a sustainable alternative for a daily requirement, an easy way to adopt a sustainable and zero waste lifestyle, a small step taken by you would greatly affect the environment. Do your part in saving the environment by making a small change in your lifestyle.
Natural materials- Wooden hair Comb is made out of readily available natural neem wood.
Biodegradable material- Neem wood is organic & natural and can be easily decomposed, leaving no waste behind
Anti-bacterial- These are naturally made hygienic products treated to be free of any viral or bacteria
BPA Free- Combs do not contain any toxic chemical substances, handcrafted with natural products.
Recyclable- Alternative for plastic comb, this wood comb provides a hygienic, organic and natural option.
Plastic-free- The neem wood comb is made and packed out of natural materials and is completely plastic free.
Alternatives to Wooden Comb: Individual Impact
Impact of Switching:
Brand Zero India brings this neem wood comb made out of natural neem wood containing its herbal and medicinal qualities. These wood combs are durable and create zero waste. An easy step to adopt a sustainable lifestyle, wooden products reduce at least 12,000 years worth of waste compared to plastic comb.
Neem wood comb – How to discard:
Can be composted in your home composting bin.
For the quickest decomposition time deposit to a local commercial composter.
Our packaging is made from recycled materials, designed to be reused and can eventually be recycled again. It is handcrafted by an artisan couple in Delhi, Shajiyaji and Mumtazji. Its recipe includes love, craft and gratitude. We use 100% post-consumer paper and the cloth used to make the pouches is sourced from a ‘Kattran’ market – a term used to refer to a market where industrial ‘waste scraps’ are sold by independent locals.