Sunday, June 30, 2013

The Wet Brush Review

This my 5 year old Penelope with her long and flowing hair.

Unfortunately this long hair has been a pain to brush, literally. With all the crying and fussing and screaming that has went on as I try to get the tangles out of Penelope's hair I have been tempted several times to chop it all off, but then her dream of being Rapunzel would be over. So morning after morning we have gone through the ordeal of brushing her hair, heck, it's been so bad that even the dog runs off when he sees the dreaded brush. That was until recently when we received The Wet Brush Squirt. The Wet Brush is made especially for detangling even the rattiest hair easily and painlessly. With its IntelliFlex bristles that are thin strong and flexible and meant to eliminate all tugging, tearing, pulling and ripping. No split ends, no hair loss, and best of all no more tangles!

The cool thing about this brush is even though it gets the tangles out of dry hair super easy it is meant to be used on wet hair. Use it right out of the shower or after a day of swimming. The Squirt version of The Wet Brush was specifically made for children. it's rubber coated non slip handle is ergonomically designed for little hands. It is compact so it's great for travel or to keep in your purse and it is also available in a variety of colors.

You can't even imagine how excited Penelope and I were when we received this brush and tried it for the first time. "It doesn't even hurt mommy!" is what she proclaimed with a huge grin, and my ears and sanity were thanking the creator of The Wet Brush silently inside. If you can relate to this post then I would recommend getting one of these or you can take a look at several other hair brushes and pick the one that is right for you.


The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.


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