Beauty Lies in the Eye of the BEE-Holder!
Here at Denman, we are super excited about this new product launch as it represents something close to our hearts <3 Not only is the NEW Denman D90L Tangle Tamer Ultra Bees a BEE-autiful looking hairbrush, but we are donating 5% of each sale to the World Bee Project. Now that is exciting!
Forget a honeycomb, Denman have dedicated their latest BEE-autifully designed brush to the amazing pollinators that are so important to our planet.
Seventy-five per cent of the plants that produce the food we eat depend on pollination – pollination is crucial for crop production, farmer livelihoods, plant diversity, balanced ecosystems, healthy soils, clean air and so much more. In fact, pollination is crucial for our very survival.
There are 20,000 species of wild bees that play a major part in global pollination, yet un-BEE-lievably many of these species and around 40% of all invertebrate pollinators are facing extinction!
For this reason, Denman didn’t just want to simply create a gorgeous brush to add to your collection, they wanted a brush that could make a real difference. With every sale of this Limited-Edition Bee print Tangle Tamer Ultra, Denman will donate 5% of the sale to The World Bee Project.
The World Bee Project CIC is the first private initiative in the world using Artificial Intelligence, advanced technologies, and scientific study, to improve the health and wellbeing of bees and other pollinators and benefit the future of smallholder farming families and beekeepers.
The brush will be on sale internationally for one year from March 2021 with a donation from all the sales presented to The World Bee Project next year.
So, if you are looking to get rid of your tangles AND help save these crucial little creatures, then make a bee-line for our Denman Brush online store and get yourself Denman’s amazing Tangle Tamer Ultra Bee brush.
Together with Denman, you can have ‘Hair Brilliance’ and create a real Buzz in helping to support this important cause.
For more information on The World Bee Project, the great work they do and how you can get involved visit https://worldbeeproject.org.