Saturday, February 18, 2012

Review: Pure Heat Breeze Hair Dryer

Hair dryers are an essential part of many morning routines. Have you ever considered how yours in made? Dryers are electronic appliances that take a toll on the environment. Next time you're in need of a new dryer, consider an eco-friendly option made with recycled components, such as the Pure Heat Breeze Dryer.

  • Three heat and two speed settings
  • Cool shot button
  • Lightweight (13 oz.)
  • 50% recycled packaging materials and 14% recycled components
  • Water-soluable ink packaging
  • Professional-level performance and drying time
  • Limited attachment availability
Pure Heat offers a nice eco-friendly option with the Breeze Dryer. It offers many of the features you'd expect from a professional-level dryer. Drying time was fast and comparable to traditional dryers. I found the included heat concentrator to be useful when drying my long, thick hair. I appreciate how Pure Heat is a conscious company who takes the eco-friendly philosophy seriously and donates a portion of the proceeds to EarthShare.

If I were to offer suggestions for improvement, I might consider offering another diffuser option (such a finger diffuser which works well for styling curly hair). It may also be worth reevaluating the button placement, as I sometimes accidentally hit them if I gripped the handle too tightly.

I really enjoyed this dryer. Although the most eco-friendly option is to air dry, I recommend this dryer for those days when you need a little extra polish.

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Product Ratings (out of 5)

*Please note: The cruelty-free, vegan, and gluten-free badges are not applicable for hair tools.*

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