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Getting a scalp massage from your hairstylist is easily the best part of any hair appointment but what if you found out that you can do this at home yourself?
A soothing scalp massage can help you relax, release tension in your head and has a lot of other benefits including exfoliating away build-up and creating stronger strands of hair.
Massaging your head regularly can help improve the thickness of your hair and the more you do it, the better results you’ll see in your hair’s health.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $15
This brush will allow you to give yourself a scalp massage while you're in the shower. It’s designed to gently massage your scalp as you wash your hair while helping boost circulation to promote healthy hair growth.
The massage pro brush has a hand-through handle which makes it easier to hold the brush even with wet hands and the soft silicone bristles help promote blood flow without irritating your scalp.
This lightweight shower tool suits all hair types from curly to straight to long or short and it can be used on everyone including your pet.
It’s also perfect for exfoliation and deep conditioning treatments but it can still be used on dry hair.
The best part? This scalp massaging brush has a worry-free warranty. If you don’t think the brush is working you can email the company, Cbiumpro, for a free replacement or full refund.
This brush can also be used to detangle curly hair by gently scrubbing from the top of the head and downward. It comes in a two-pack and includes one natural green brush and a notable purple brush.
Why shoppers love it
With a 4.4-star rating on more than 6,000 reviews, this product is an Amazon choice and shopper-approved.
“How did I live without this brush? I'm so happy that I purchase this set of two brushes! 1) My scalp is dry and could get flaky. I use this brush to exfoliate before shampooing on dry scalp, massage feels very nice and relaxing. 2) I'm not a fan of using this brush in a shower actually as it could tangle the hair more. But I still do sometimes because again it feels nice! Also, use it after applying conditioner or masks to distribute product evenly,” wrote one five-star reviewer.
Another customer called the product “outstanding” and “a must-have.”
“I bought this as I had mild dandruff and head and shoulders type shampoos, pull out the colour from my hair, also leaves it very dry. This was a game-changer. I bought additional ones at Christmas to give to my sisters who have both noticed that it is helping to promote hair growth,” the shopper added. “My one sister’s hair hardly grows and since Christmas shes has seen an inch and a half of growth! Not only all that - but this feels so amazing on your scalp.”
“This fabulous scalp massager is perfect for shampooing my hair. My scalp has never felt better. I love it. My friend and her husband love theirs. Gone are the days of the tortuous plastic prongs digging into your scalp,” raved another customer. “The supple silicone fingers are gentle, yet strong enough to do a thorough massage. Comfortable to use, even for arthritic hands.”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.