Thursday, August 15, 2019

Silicone shampoo brush

Scalp care massage brush or a soft silicone brush with flexible bristles massages the scalp to promote circulation of the blood, exfoliates and helps clean your scalp. Some brushes claim to help with hair growth and to some extent can actually alleviate hair loss. There are many benefits for using a shampoo brush and a good silicone brush one will massage your scalp without scaring or scratching. It's specifically designed to massage your scalp and help to stimulate nutrient-rich blood flow to the hair follicles and help to reduce dandruff. By shampooing you hair and scalp regularly will help with oily conditions.

Silicone shampoo brushes work well because they have bristles that are firm enough to massage your scalp but soft enough not to cause damage. Shampoo brushes have specially formulated firm but flexible bristles that exfoliates and cleans your scalp with every brush stoke. The bristles help shampoo penetrate deeper to the scalp so you get an effective deep cleaning. Deeper penetration and cleaning helps maintain healthy hair and scalp by lifting dandruff flakes away and stimulating your skin cells. The gentle massage stimulates your scalp by helping blood flow in bringing nutrients to you hair follicles.

Silicone shampoo brush
Vitagoods scalp massaging shampoo brush
Silicone Shampoo Brush Pros and Cons
Brushes Pros Cons
1. The Purple Scalpmaster Price Plastic ring for finger can break
2. Maxsoft Brush Exfoliates medium to short hair well Two piece plastic brush can break
3. S-Heart-S Scalp Brush Brilliantly crafted Price
4. Vitagoods Scalp Brush Battery operated vibration Pulls hair, bristles are grippy

What are the benefits of a silicone shampoo brush?


Shampoo brushes are good for your hair because they help remove hair care product build up while also removing dead skin cells on the surface. The massaging effect of the flexible bristles on the scalp helps increase blood flow to hair follicles which in return can help with hair growth. Shampoo brushes provides a gentle but very effective way to cleanse your hair and scalp while promoting hair growth.


The intention is to create a relaxing spa-like experience for every shower. Who doesn't want to turn their regular shower into a spa like experience, right? The brushes unique design claims to foster hair growth through increased blood flow to the scalp. It's also a great way to control the buildup of dandruff. It's bottom is covered with blunt silicone spikes that smoothly lift dead skin cells over your scalp, leaving healthier skin behind.

Helps maintain healthy hair and scalp. Stimulates old skin cells and flakes of dandruff to lift away from the scalp. It restores blood flow to the hair follicles bringing healthy nutrients. These types of products are frequently used to promote scalp health. You may have additional questions like, "Are Shampoo brushes good for your hair?" and "What is a shampoo brush? Click on the links provided to go directly to my articles on this site. Be sure to read the section in the last article mentioned where I talk about long hair and shampoo brushes.

Tip: If you have long hair you may want to think twice about purchasing a shampoo brush and read my other articles mentioned above.

4 Silicone Shampoo Brush Designs


Basically there are 4 designs for shampoo brushes, two of which are silicone based and the other one is more like an actual brush and is called a scalp brush. The major differences between the 2 silicone brushes is in the way you hold the brush.

Design #1 - Shampoo brush, purple by Scalpmaster - $2.89




Design 1 - Like a ring
Shampoo Brush, Purple by Scalpmaster
Purple Shampoo Brush by Scalpmaster


Design 1 slips onto your finger like a ring thus holing it in place as you scrub.

Design #2 - Hair scalp massage shampoo brush by Maxsoft - $6.98


Design 2 Between fingers

 Hair Scalp Massager Shampoo Brush, MAXSOFT Scalp Care Brush by MAXSOFT
Maxsoft silicone shampoo brush



Design 2 fits between your fingers and thus your fingers supply the tension holding it in place as you scrub. Both designs work well it will just come down to which you prefer.

This one is by Maxsoft, but there are hundreds out there just like this one under different brands. Maxsoft just so happens to be the brand that is the most popular at the time of this writing. Not sure why because all of the other brands are identical.

Design #3 - S-Heart-S scalp shampoo brush by S-Heart-S - $71.55


S-Heart-S Scalp Brush by S-Heart-S


Design 3 is an actual brush with a handle. It touts in incredible 376 nylon bristles with round tips by S-Heart. The biggest drawback is it's incredibly expensive.


Design #4 - Battery operated silicone shampoo brush - $12.49



 Vitagoods Scalp Massaging Shampoo Brush - Handheld Vibrating Massage, Water-Resistant Device - Purple by Vitagoods
Vitagoods battery operated silicone shampoo brush
Use the Vitagoods scalp massaging shampoo brush to take your shower or bath to the next level. It allows you to quickly and easily appreciate the advantages of a scalp massage.

Features:
  1. Created to be a staple in the vanity or counter top of your bathroom, this luxurious massage brush features a waterproof structure that can resist daily water contact.
  2. Score a massage of rejuvenating scalp that will relax you. Give yourself a fancy scalp massage without having to go to spas or hair salons with this gadget that needs 1 AA battery. 
  3. This handheld device, designed with rubber tips that vibrate softly to guarantee a generous lather, exfoliates your scalp slightly to remove dandruff. 
  4. Kids and adults alike will appreciate using this useful tool with its easy-to-use ergonomic design. Its specially designed handle, which is also appropriate for small hands, provides a strong grip for increased control.
This short video shows you how to use the Vitagoods brush and how to change the one AA battery.


All 4 do a great job so it really just comes down to preference and price. You can't go wrong with any of the designs.

What is silicone?


Most if not all of these type products are made from Silica gel.Silicon dioxide (SiO2), also known as silica, is a natural compound consisting of two of the most abundant materials on Earth: silicon (Si) and oxygen (O2). The crust of the earth is 59% silica. It makes up over 95 percent of the planet's known rocks. It's silicon dioxide in the form of sand that gets between your toes when you're sitting on a beach.It is even naturally found in the human body's tissues. While it is unclear what role it plays, it is believed that our bodies need an essential nutrient. And just in case you are asking Silicon dioxide has been recognized as a safe food additive by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). But the European Food Safety Authority urged the European Union in 2018 to impose more stringent silicon dioxide guidelines until further research can be done. Their concerns centered on particles of nano size particles. However they are concerned with consumption of the product. This article focus on external use as a brush. But feel free to read more by visiting the articles listed above. The primary benefit of using silicone is that it's soft and flexible. It's has just the right amount of stiffness to exfoliate your scalp but not damage your skin.

Interesting facts about silicone


Silica gel existed as a scientific curiosity as early as the 1640s. It was used in World War I to adsorb vapors and gases in gas mask canisters.The synthetic route for the production of silica gel was patented in 1918 by professor of chemistry Walter A. Patrick at Johns Hopkins University.

Interested in a shampoo to go along with a shampoo brush?


To get that invigorating feeling while using your shampoo brush I love to use OGX eucalyptus mint shampoo. You can really feel the difference.

OGX Intensely Invigorating Eucalyptus Mint Shampoo, 13 Oz - $8.99


OGX Intensely Invigorating Eucalyptus Mint Shampoo, 13 Oz
For a truly invigorating experience you may want to try OGX Intensely Invigorating Eucalyptus Mint Shampoo, 13 Oz along with a shampoo brush. You can feel the soothing coolness of the blend of eucalyptus extract, mint extract and hydrating tea tree oil penetrating your scalp.Generously apply shampoo to wet hair, massage to the ends in a lather, then carefully rinse the hair. Follow with conditioner after shampoo.

Short OGX Shampoo commercial video:


Shampoo Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, PPG-2 Hydroxyethyl Coco/Isostearamide, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Amodimethicone, Polyquaternium-10, PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides, PEG-150 Pentaerythrityl Tetrastearate, Trideceth-12, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Fragrance (Parfum), Blue 1 (CI 42090).

Ingredients are listed as of the time of this writing. Please visit the manufactures website for the latest information regarding this product.

 

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