TAC’s simple, bamboo beard comb will fit smoothly in your pocket for years to come. Compact enough to carry with you on any venture with the durable construction and of bamboo wood (2″ x 4”)
Made from 100% natural bamboo wood. Bamboo is one of the most important of nature’s substitutes for the endangered rainforest hardwoods. It is a quick-growing, versatile, non-timber forest product whose rate of biomass generation is unsurpassed by any other plants and the versatility of bamboo outmatches most tree species.
This no-frills comb will glide through your beard with zero static build up (unlike plastic combs). The more you use the TAC bamboo beard comb, the more beard balm the beard will retain while preserving the wood of the comb. Small enough to carry with you on any adventure. Manly enough to use with pride. Instructions: Use comb after applying Beard & Body Balm or Beard Oil for a more even application. Then use it whenever the mood strikes.
The Apothecary Company llc uses Bamboo wood combs in alignment with our mission to embrace social responsibility and sustainability. Bamboo wood has many positive aspects compared to hardwood. Bamboo can replace the use of hardwood in the pulp and lumber industries which decreases the dependence on the rainforests. Rainforests once covered 14 percent of the Earth’s surface but now only cover 6 percent. The remaining forests are estimated to be consumed by the middle of the 21st century.
Logging in the rainforest fuels the pulp and lumber industries. It was found that just one power plant and pulp mill in the Brazilian Amazon consumes 2,000 tons of rainforest hardwood every day. Destroying one tree prevents it from storing 1.5 tons of carbon – and it releases stored carbon back into the atmosphere. When we think of rainforests, most of us think of the tropical rainforests – those forests between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn, including forests in South America, and other areas classified as the “Tropics”. Yet, North American Temperate Rainforests exist in more temperate regions like areas between the tropics and the poles. Ultimately, the destruction of Temperate and Tropical Rainforests is a great concern. As more are contributing to the effect we call “Global Warming/Climate Change” that is a factor in the atmosphere’s high carbon dioxide levels. Those levels are now 27 percent higher.
More than half of the world’s 10 million species call the rainforests home. The consequences of deforestation are devastating: We are losing an estimated 137 plant, insect and animal species each day – more than 50,000 species per year. That’s not only important for ecosystems but also 25 percent of the Western pharmaceuticals that are derived from the rain forest. Yet less than 1 percent of plants and trees have been tested, and with tens of thousands of plants going extinct daily we risk destroying potential medical treatments.
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