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Shampoo Brush Scalp Massager $4.49 (Was $9.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/$39 Spend) @ Zenobia-AU via Amazon AU


Zenobia Hair Scalp Massager, Hair Scrubber Shampoo Brush with Soft Silicone Bristles
Scalp Brush for All Hair Types suitable for Women, Men, Kids

Colour: Teal

Soft & Comfortable Bristles
*This soft and comfortable bristle can ease itchiness and promote blood circulation to help hair regrowth. The hair scalp massager will provide you a relaxed and wonderful feeling.

Promotes Hair Growth
*Scalp massages help blood vessels in the scalp to dilate, which activates hair follicles to promote faster hair growth.

Perfect for All Hair Types
*For women, no need to worry about your long nails.
*For men, deep clean and reduce stress.
*For kids, be the first lesson to learn how to clean hair all by themselves.

50% off with promo code
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  • Thanks, got one.

  • I got one of these a while ago, the silicon pulls on your hair and hurts, also doesnt brush too well with thick hair. Good deal though. FYI.

    • I got one from eBay for $2.40 or so, the pointy bits are probably less silicon-y and more rubber plastic (product description said silicon though, upon checking now), but it glides great through the hair and across the scalp, and gives a decent massage. Maybe it works better if ample amounts of shampoo is rubbed into wetted hair first, before scrubbing with this. I do not have experience with thicker hair, but otherwise would recommend to others to do short sharp scrubs within a small diameter, for a deeper clean and possibly less chance of pulling and snagging.

  • Goodbye toupee, hello luscious locks.

  • funny.. according to my HONEY plugin there was a recent price increase from $4.59 to $9.99 on this item..

    Not a bargain.

    • yea its not really a sale price i bought it last week for $3.99.

      its comfortable to hold, build is ok. but the silicon is softer than i think so it doesnt really massage your head. Overall i think its ok for short hair but maybe not ideal for long hair

  • https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08FFVC1T5/ref=cm_sw_r_apa_glc_...
    This one is like 1.5 buck more but more positive review,which is better ??

  • So based on this narrative, andnd the marketing material, I cancelled my order of cheaper one, and upgraded to the more expensive model.

    Reads pretty well.

  • These can be found at a Daiso if you have one near you for $2.80. Have been using the black and red variant (which felt like better quality) for about a year now and it's still going. Your scalp gets a better clean.