Does a neem wood comb really works?.

@Icydoll (36725)
India
April 14, 2023 4:50am CST
I always used a plastic comb and never showed interest in using a wooden comb . I don't feel comfortable using a wooden comb. Its not easy to clean it . I have tried using a wooden comb bought by my dad few days back.it is not bad at all.There are many benefits written on its cover because it is made with Neem wood. It improves blood circulation. Reduces hair fall ,helps in prevention of dandruff and infection. It gives smooth hair too.Last but not least It is an eco friendly product too. I'm not sure if the benefits are really true lol but i liked using it . Do you use a wooden comb or plastic comb?. Do you think that we can really get benefits of using comb made with neem wood?.
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@LadyDuck (451533)
• Switzerland
14 Apr
I used wooden combs and there are NO benefits compared to the more hygienic plastic combs.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
From the above mentioned benefits i can only see eco friendly is believable And it is very easy to clean a plastic comb
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@LadyDuck (451533)
• Switzerland
15 Apr
@Icydoll - I bought the wooden combs many years ago just because they were pretty. I almost never use, I also have a wooden brush, but I use the plastic one.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
16 Apr
@LadyDuck haha yeah my dad also buys wooden ones just Because they are pretty.
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@Laurakemunto (12862)
• Kenya
14 Apr
I use both cause I take care of my natural hair well
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
Do you find any difference between plastic and a wooden comb?
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
@Laurakemunto yeah i think so .A wide toothed plastic comb does the same too as well . Cleaning a wooden comb is not an easy task
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• Kenya
15 Apr
@Icydoll usually the wooden one combs better and doesn't pull out the hair that much
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@RebeccasFarm (81895)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
14 Apr
I am not sure if it would but I do now that neem is very good.
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
15 Apr
@Icydoll Now I use a plastic comb yes.
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@cacay1 (83272)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
18 Apr
@RebeccasFarm, try it lady pro.
@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I have also heard many health benefits from neem tree. Do you use a plastic comb??
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@rakski (112998)
• Philippines
15 Apr
there was a time that a wooden comb was a trend as well, then there was a time a stainless comb became the trend as well. I think any comb will do for me
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@rakski (112998)
• Philippines
16 Apr
@Icydoll yes, plastic is better and easier to maintain as well
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
16 Apr
I never used a stainless steel comb . I think plastic one is easy to clean .
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@cacay1 (83272)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
18 Apr
I'm using a plastic comb it's easy to clean right?
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@cacay1 (83272)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
19 Apr
@Icydoll but I don't have it at-home this time. I may buy this week hehe.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
@cacay1 let me know your experience with it .
@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
Yeah it is easy to clean ,Much better than a wooden comb. The only benefit that is believable is wooden comb is eco friendly How are you doing dear .
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@YrNemo (20272)
18 Apr
Your post made me think of my old grandma's turtle shell comb. I wonder where it is now. (I last saw it in the early 1970s).
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@YrNemo (20272)
22 Apr
@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
Some combs are very pretty regardless of how they work Glad my post made you remember of your grandmother's comb .
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@Jenaisle (14078)
• Philippines
18 Apr
We use plastic combs because wooden combs are not displayed in the stores we went to. Perhaps, if they were, I would have bought one.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
I hope you will find one soon. The people who tried a wooden comb told they did not find much difference between a wooden and plastic one . The only thing is they are eco friendly
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@epiffanie (11326)
• Australia
15 Apr
I've never used a wooden comb.. Plastic comb is okay for me to use..
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@epiffanie (11326)
• Australia
15 Apr
@Icydoll yes I think so. If I see them in the shops…
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I also feel comfortable using a plastic comb than a wooden comb. Would you consider a wood comb in future ?.
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@sol_cee (38224)
• Philippines
17 Apr
I tried wooden comb before and it was so-so. When I was in uni, Hair Doctor combs became very popular here. The combs have rotating tooth combs
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
Oh i don't know about hair doctor combs . It's difficult to clean a wooden comb. It is good to change the hair brush for every few months whether it's wooden or plastic.
@just4him (300445)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
15 Apr
I've never used a wooden comb. I don't use a comb. I use a brush on my hair.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
16 Apr
That's nice and easy to handle too .Good for you my friend.
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@nela13 (55462)
• Portugal
17 Apr
I have never tried a wood comb but now I am curious and probably will buy one to try. Let us know about your results.
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@nela13 (55462)
• Portugal
19 Apr
@Icydoll probably
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
19 Apr
I didn't find much difference between plastic and wooden comb . I will use for few months. However wooden comb is eco friendly that's the only thing that I believe
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@sarik1 (6525)
15 Apr
I have never seen neem wood comb. i use plastic comb.
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@sarik1 (6525)
25 Apr
@Icydoll No dear .i am not using wooden comb.
@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I also don't know about it till my dad bough one . Do you consider using a wooden comb?.
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@CarolDM (203478)
• Nashville, Tennessee
14 Apr
I have tried these wooden combs before, but as you mentioned, they are not as easy to clean as the plastic ones, which I prefer.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
Yeah cleaning the comb is difficult when it comes to using a wooden brush .
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@CarolDM (203478)
• Nashville, Tennessee
15 Apr
@Mohanda (97)
15 Apr
Neem always work against most of bacteria and viruses
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
Yeah neem has good benefits . However im not sure about it's benefits of wooden comb
@snowy22315 (166829)
• United States
14 Apr
I don't think I have ever tried using a wood comb. I would be open to it I guess.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
You can try and check . Let me know if you find any difference.
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@allknowing (130112)
• India
15 Apr
For blood circulation any comb will do. One needs to brush several times for that.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
Yeah you are right dear . From the all the benefits mentioned I only think that eco friendly is only believable
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@sjvg1976 (41130)
• Delhi, India
15 Apr
I have never used a wooden comb. Is it really beneficial?
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I'm not sure though ,many of the people commented plastic is better. There is not much difference between plastic and wooden one . However it is eco friendly that's what I believe
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@JudyEv (321685)
• Rockingham, Australia
14 Apr
Mostly I just use a brush. I find it hard to believe the health benefits of a wooden comb.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
Yeah judy it's really difficult to believe the mentioned benefits.
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@Namelesss (3368)
• United States
14 Apr
I used to have a wood comb and brush set I loved. All those benefits are derived from vigorous brushing and or combing, what you use doesn't matter.
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I agree with what you said for some extent. Although wide toothed brush gives less hair fall and easy to remove the tangles
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@Mohanda (97)
15 Apr
However it's safe for our environment
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@Icydoll (36725)
• India
15 Apr
I think so too . It is eco friendly