A daily scalp massage with the Kitsch Pro Scalp Exfoliator improves circulation, encourages hair growth and reduces build up.
I needed a brush to help remove oil and residue from my hair. I switched to washing my hair every other day about 6 months ago but noticed that my hair was very heavy with residue. I tried apple cider vinegar rinses, dandruff shampoo, washing my hair twice, until I read that some may need a brush to physically remove residue. I came across other silicone brushes but thought the thin bristles of this brush would be better at removing gunk. It absolutely is! I get a nice scalp massage and a much cleaner scalp. I use this in conjunction with Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle shampoo. Highly recommend this well-priced brush.
This is a lot more flimsy than I assumed .. very thin plastic. I've been using it 2x a week for about a month and some of the tongs have already started to fall off. I think it would be better suited for travelling if you were that dedicated to your hair routine. I'll keep using it to avoid waste, but wish I had bought a more solid one.
I love the Casteroil and Shea Butter. The Clairifying and the mask hair treatment. I LOVE IT❤
I use on my granddaughters hair. My hair and their hair love, love it.
Never ever has my hair looks so good. Best Shampoo and Conditioner. Only thing my scalp itches after use. Will continue to use.
Not great. Shampoo diver lather and conditioner does not detangle at all. Very disappointing for such expensive hair products. Won't buy again.
This scalp massager is useless. The plastic is dollar store quality and the prongs are too short. Spend money else where.
I think the plastic is a bit thin and flimsy. I have fine curly hair but even so it feels too bendy for what I'm looking for. It would be a better product if the teeth were thicker and longer.
Bristles are great! They're not too hard and feel great on the scalp, actually feels like it's exfoliating. I like it so much better than the previous one I bought at another store. That one has soft bristles and doesn't feel like it made a difference.