KOSMO - Shaving Brushes
This product by MÜHLE is the perfect companion for everyone who have a touch of the cosmopolitan about them. The clear design language of the KOSMO line is accentuated by a striking chrome neck. Materials full of character such as millennia-old bog oak and expressive olive wood lend this modern design series that special something. Brushes, shavers and safety razors are also available in classic colours for cosmopolitans with a penchant for black.
- Fine Badger
This shaving brush is quite similar to the silvertip badger, although the hair is a little stronger. Its light grey play of colours includes the dark stripe typical of high-quality badger shaving brushes. At MÜHLE, the natural material is carefully shaped according to the highest standards and, if necessary, lightly trimmed at the tip to form the round silhouette of the brush head. An ideal product for men who appreciate the softness of badger hair combined with a light massage effect.
- Silvertip Fibre®
This premium quality, durable synthetic fibre is a worldwide innovation and proof from us that art is capable of surpassing nature. The synthetically produced hair, which is also suitable for vegans, is very easy to look after and dries faster than any natural material. The fibres are made by hand and are particularly soft at the tip. At the same time, the lower part of the brush is firmer and provides sufficient backbone for a pleasant massage effect even when wet. In addition, Silvertip Fibre® guarantees a luxurious lather even when using the smallest amounts of shaving soap or cream.
- High-Grade Resin
High-grade resin is a high-quality synthetic material, the surface of which is processed and refined separately. The material is ideal for exclusive accessories and writing implements because it facilitates a broad spectrum of modern and classical designs in many attractive colours.
To begin with, the aesthetic basic shapes for brush and razor handles are turned out of solid rods. Then each individual work piece is polished in several passes to give the surface its special gleam. This processing method lends the models a pleasant feel and secures their beauty for many years to come.
- Bog Oak
This rare material is not a wood species in its own right, but comes from wood that sank into bogs many centuries ago and has undergone various processes of change in the meantime. This preserves the wood naturally and lastingly. An expressive, dark colour develops due to the tannins in the bog.
The scarcity of these tree trunks today makes this material a genuine rarity. The colouring of the wood varies between brown, dark brown and black-brown. To begin with, square timbers are sawn from the few usable trunk sections and then turned out as handles. Several polishes with fine oils provide an additional seal for the surfaces and give them a silky-matt finish.
- Olive wood
Since ancient times, olive wood has been valued for its outstanding material characteristics and warm colouring. It is to be found throughout the Mediterranean region and has been used for centuries to make durable goods or artistic objects.
The wood we use must be dried carefully for months before the handles are turned. We then sand the surfaces, seal them with oil and polish them to a silky finish. This brings out the gentle, honey-coloured grain of the wood particularly well.