I had read something somewhere about horn combs, so I went to my favorite shopping place, . . . eBay . . . and found one with the following description:
"Ox Horn combs are made of keratin which is very good for the scalp and which is the same protein that hair is made of so it elimates static and tearing."
On Classicshaving.com they state about one of their combs," . . . Whatever yours looks like, it (the horn comb) is sure to out-perform any other comb you've ever used. Since natural horn and natural hair are both comprised almost entirely of kerotin, the Natural Horn Comb does not generate static electricity and helps control fly-away hair. The smoothly rounded horn is kinder to both the scalp and hair, gently cleaning and polishing the hair with each pass."
So, has anybody used a horn comb? Does it live up to the hype? Is it worth the extra money?