Horn already found its use in the early history of mankind, and especially nowadays it is, with growing mountains of waste, through its biological nature, a substance for the future.
For four generations, we process the byproduct (Horn) of South American an African beef cattle, into utensil, accessories, jewelry, and care items.
It requires a high degree of skill and experience to deal properly with this unique material. Even behind apparently unspectacular end products, there is often put a considerable effort into it until completion.
Horns are very different. For example, the horns of German cattle are too small to work with. And between the appropriate larger horns, there are quite a few differences, on the basis of which one can not produce a specific item from each horn. This means that you already have to know if a raw horn is ideally suited for the planned project.
Horn always fascinates through the beautiful, individual grains that characterize each item into an impressive unicum. The natural color spectrum includes: white, yellow, orange, green, brown, gray, black and transparent tones in all combinations. Even tortoiseshell appearances are possible.
Horn is excellent for jewelry, because firstly it possesses an unusually low weight, which favors larger pieces of jewelry, and secondly it adapts very quickly to the body temperature, although it never gets so cold, for example like stone. Therefore, the wearing comfort is a significant advantage.
Another aspect relates especially to those who suffer from allergies, because in these cases, horn provides as a wonderful alternative since it mainly consists of keratin. Keratin is a protein that is the main component of the skin, hair, fingernails and toenails of human beings.
Horn combs are balm for head and hair. They maintain all natural, without chemicals, by absorbing excess fat of the scalp and give this to the dry hair, especially to the hair ends. Whether one tends more to dry or oily hair, the horn comb equalizes, if used daily, the natural fat content and creates a healthy, glamorous hair. In addition, the horn comb prevents, by its antistatic feature, the hair from being electrostatically charged by combing. Horn combs are both gentle on the scalp and to the hair.
Protect your horn products against, for example, to dry air, excessive heat, direct sunlight, etc. as well as long-lasting, strong moisture.
It is fine to comb wet hair with a horn comb, also it can occasionally be cleaned with water and, for example, shampoo. However, do not allow the comb to lie in the water for an extended period of time. It would be best if you dry it after it has become wet. You can maintain and protect your horn comb by oiling it, from time to time with, for example, burdock root hair oil.