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2-Pack Cbiumpro Scalp Massager & Hair Shampoo Brush $5.40 + Free Shipping w/ Prime or on orders $25+

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These are available at Diaso for $1.50. Great for washing dogs; really lets you get in there.
My wife bought me one of these and I don't like it at all so it's just been sitting in my shower for ages. The dog thing is a great idea!
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Just shush, dont buy it, and move along. They can sell the damn product for $50 if they want to. They dont tell you to open your wallet and shell out a fiti tho.
Excellent point!
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I have one and it feels great on my shaved head and beard.
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I really like this. Use one to really get shampoo into my curls. Second one for my doggos. I've had similar products with handles and it just causes hand fatigue especially when using on dogs with dense coats. I've used a conair for dogs one and the kong zoom. This one is designed to slide onto your hand and use with your palm. The silicone and plastic can also be separated to rinse.
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Probably costs them less than a quarter to make these. Chinese company.
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What kinda device are you using? THOSE comparative numbers must blow ya mind 😳
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Does it work on pubic hairs?
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Does it work on pubic hairs?
Yes, they're great for crabbing
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I just use my 5 fingers. Earth is burning, let's consume less craps.
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#24
I have one of these. The only thing it's actually good for is washing the coarse beard. Silicone tends to be sticky towards hair when wet, so the wife says it pulls her hair (in a bad way) and for my bald head it's painful. Honestly these are pretty garbage and it doesn't get used anymore after a few times and just falls off the shower shelf and gets stepped on every so often.
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This kind of massagers can irritate your scalp and worsen your dandruff. You are warned
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My wife bought me one of these and I don't like it at all so it's just been sitting in my shower for ages. The dog thing is a great idea!
Why don't you like it? Maybe the dog doesn't like it either?
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My point is that this is overpriced garbage. $5.40 for two plastic brushes with some silicone nubs trying to list a retail price of $13 is ridiculous. And I'm sure it's probably unhealthy to rub silicone on your scalp continually.
Silicone is a petroleum product. I have heard once someone who said he knows the chemistry of the stuff(a professional who knows how it's manufactured) say that he wouldn't use it for kitchen products... Anyone, any hard proof to its unhealthiness appreciated..
... It does look like silicone would PULL at the hair, would it not? I have used the plain like #5 plastic ones for untangling hair
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ali express has it for 1-2$
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In my experience, moisturizing and exfoliating the scalp will help reduce dandruff and build up. These work pretty good for my family. I give them to my kids in the bathtub and tell them to "scrub" their scalps. Its been helping keep their dry flakey scalp at bay.
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Have similar ones I've had for ages. I have long hair and haven't had any issues with pulling or dandruff. Just a nice scalp massage.
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