Scalp Brush - Why it is good to use

Product details: Briogeo scalp brush - Roseglow Siliscrub - Vitagoods scalp massager

Scalp Brush - Why it is good to use

    Speaking of hair routines, I recently discovered a very useful item that surprised me: a scalp brush. I have to say that I had never heard of this before but after reading up on it and trying it out I can give you my review.

    The scalp brush is a type of brush designed for your scalp, made for while washing your hair and very easy to use. It is smaller, rounded and made of silicone, or synthetic bristles that help to deep clean your scalp, and it is very gentle on your skin. It is also very pleasant as a massage, just like your professional hairdresser in the salon. 

    Together with the hair masks, I have now incorporated this scalp brush into my hair routine, and I am very happy with it.



    I know you're wondering why you should use this type of brush and I wondered the same thing at first. The main problem is that often with long nails or simply with fingers, while shampooing, we can’t clean the scalp properly. We also can't go to the hairdresser often, we really don't have that many specific and well done treatments for our hair. The solution? The scalp brush is just perfect! There are many reasons why it's good to use a scalp brush, I'll try to simplify:


    - RELAX: It’s a head massage that stimulates blood circulation, bringing various benefits, including relaxing you. 

    - HELP WITH DANDRUFF: It has a scrubbing effect on your scalp so it cleanses thoroughly and especially if you have dandruff problems it will help. Has an exfoliating effect to remove dead cells from the scalp.

    - HAIR GROWTH: Studies have shown that massaging your scalp can strengthen the cells of the hair follicle and consequently make your hair stronger and longer. In fact, since using this brush, my hair is much stronger and healthier. I already have very thick hair, but if you have fine or weak hair, it will help in a more visible way. 

    - HELP WITH HAIR PRODUCTS: using a scalp brush will help you to better moisturize your scalp through the products you use (shampoo, masks, oils). At the same time, it will help you remove them better. 



    While you are shampooing, massage your scalp with the brush for 2 to 5 minutes. Apply light pressure and make small, circular movements all over your head. When you're done, wash off the shampoo and continue with your hair routine. Clean the brush well with water after each use.

     You can use the scalp brush every day and the more you use it, the more benefits you will see in your hair. 

    Be careful: if you suffer from scalp irritation or psoriasis, it is better not to use this brush. It may cause other problems! If you suffer from these types of problems, it is best to consult a dermatologist or a doctor.



    A lot of brands now deal with scalp brushes and you can find them for all your needs: various shapes, sizes, materials, suitable for different hair types, manual or electric, expensive or cheap. I have selected a few and I hope you will find them useful when buying your scalp brush. 



    This is a must have! It is very affordable and a good product. It has an easy grip to hold while you are washing your hair. Totally cruelty free! 

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    The Siliscrub of Roseglow is also a good product and super affordable! Its tips are made out of medical-grade silicone. It has a small round shape, easy for a woman's hand and easy to use. Cruelty free!

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    The Vitagoods Scalp Brush is a vibrating scalp massager that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. It is possible to separate the two parts of the brush to clean better and you have an button to  on/off button to switch the vibration and (of course) it’s waterproof! I suggest you watch this video to know more about this product. 


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    • Rate article:
    • Tiara M Tiara M :

      So cool! I never knew about these brushes. I'm definitely going to purchase a scalp brush soon

      2 years ago 
    • Julia M Julia M :

      I've only heard about them but never tried scalp brushes myself. My friend recently told me they really work, so now I am very tempted to try it.  

      2 years ago 
    • Rosalia T Rosalia T :

      Have heard of Dry Brushes but never of scalp brushes, but I bet a scalp brush massage must feel amazing after having hair up in a ponytail or sleek bun all day

      2 years ago 
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