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I love beauty products. After cutting my hair short a few years back, I’ve been working on growing it back long again. Oh, how I miss my long here down my back. I was excited to be able to give the Nature Rise Dry Scalp Massager Shampoo Brush a try. It’s for hair growth with soft silicone comb bristles was a product I didn’t know I needed until I tried it.
Here’s what came in the mail
- 2 brushes (pink and teal color)
- travel bag
- Thank you for purchasing note
Soon as it arrived in the mail, I was ready to give it a try. Online it mentioned it could be used on dry or wet hair. The first try was on sitting at my desk, it does feel nice when massaging your scalp with it. The bristles are soft, but still, have strength when using it. It was a starting off good with the first try of the Nature Rise Dry Scalp Massager.
Next, I tried in my young daughter’s hair dry as well. She loved it! She said, “this feels nice” with a big smile on her face. I knew for sure this was a product that I needed to add to my hair care routine. I even tried it on my face and it wasn’t harsh to massage it on the face. I can see the product being useful not just for hair and scalp care, but used on the face, arms, and even legs.
Now, it was time to put it to the test with some shampoo to see if it worked as well in wet hair. Guess what?? It did!! I actually used both massagers to scratch/massage my hair while lathering the shampoo throughout my hair. It gave me the same feeling as if I was at the salon and getting my hair wash. So, this product is a win!
About the Product
- Gently exfoliates the scalp with a deep clean.
- Removes dandruff, dirt, and buildup from hair.
- Made with soft silicone comb bristles.
- Ergonomically designed to be lightweight and durable.
- Can help to strengthen hair by promoting blood flow when used.
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Jay is the Content Creator + Editor-in-Chief here at Life of Creed. She shares her adventures in homeschooling, traveling, beauty, mental health, fashion, product + music reviews, DIY, and more. She is also a blog coach + mompreneur consultant over at Jay Creed.