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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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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.
Try using it with a little more soap.
Per instruction, you should brush from top (scalp) to bottom (hair ends) for long hair.

I am not sure how you are using them on your chrome dome but I tried on a child and he loves it.

As far as them falling off the shelf is surely not due to product defect.
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Try using it with a little more soap.
Per instruction, you should brush from top (scalp) to bottom (hair ends) for long hair.

I am not sure how you are using them on your chrome dome but I tried on a child and he loves it.

As far as them falling off the shelf is surely not due to product defect.
Sounds like you didn't actually use it on yourself, could have just been brand difference between the one I used (Zyllion - well known / highly rated massage products with 2700+ ratings) as opposed to this one. The instruction you state is different then most videos online by sites like cosmopolitan, etc, where they show you should use in a circular motion. All I was trying to get at was, that these silicone scalp massagers aren't even 1/100th the effectiveness of the human fingers/hands, and its more of a novelty/niche for humans. Another poster stated this is a good product for dogs, and I don't fully agree, but for coarse hair dogs, that might be the only use for this product.
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Sounds like you didn't actually use it on yourself, could have just been brand difference between the one I used (Zyllion - well known / highly rated massage products with 2700+ ratings) as opposed to this one. The instruction you state is different then most videos online by sites like cosmopolitan, etc, where they show you should use in a circular motion. All I was trying to get at was, that these silicone scalp massagers aren't even 1/100th the effectiveness of the human fingers/hands, and its more of a novelty/niche for humans. Another poster stated this is a good product for dogs, and I don't fully agree, but for coarse hair dogs, that might be the only use for this product.
If you are referring to another product, I am not sure how you can make a statement about a product you have not used. I have used, Cbiumpro Scalp Massager, and making this comment.

As for your comment, "...aren't even 1/100th the effectiveness of the human fingers/hands", tells me that you are just making assumption based on a different product. Use this exact product for a week or two then come back and provide us your unbiased comment.

In terms of physics, for the readers who have not used this product, there are 44 cone shaped silicon prongs which are 5/8 (16mm) long all gently and efficiently stimulating and invigorating your scalp which is much more efficient than 10 blunt fingers. You can use it gently with little pressure or put a lot of pressure and you can definitely deliver more stimulation than fingers can accomplish. 44 cone shaped silicon can deliver a lot more friction than your finger tips (not using nails). However, stimulating is not about all strength or all pressure. The soft yet cone shaped silicon points are a lot more effective at stimulating your scalp without irritating your skin. It all depends on how much pressure you apply.
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