I first heard about scalp massagers a while ago, and to be honest, I sort of thought they were a gimmick. I failed to see the purpose of a device that claimed to massage your head when our fingers could achieve the same outcome, and so I wrote the idea off for quite some time.
More recently, I saw a shampoo scalp massager via Amazon.ca, and I was slightly more intrigued. In addition to massaging the head, this device claimed to assist in shampooing the hair by assisting with product dispersal, and since I experience dandruff from time to time, I figured this dual-purpose head massager could potentially be a beneficial purchase.
I ordered the Herwiss Scalp Massager via Amazon a couple of months ago, and since I’ve had ample opportunity to test it out, I wanted to give an honest review of it. It cost me a whopping four dollars, and the product description caught my eye when I first came across this thing on Amazon’s website. Take a look at the product details.
“MASSAGE ALL YOUR STRESS AWAY: Flexible bristles strengthen the roots of your hair and nourish the hair shafts. Massage your scalp and body to relieve tension and enhance relaxation after a busy day. A perfect gift for your whole family on your list!
“DURABLE AND DISTINCTIVE: Made of high quality ABS & Silicone, ergonomic designed handle for firmly grip, the bristles easily ship your shampoo into a luxurious foam, promoting blood circulation of scalp and increasing the vitality of hair.
“WATER RESISTANT: The scalp massager is able to use in your shower and enjoy a shampoo deeper cleaning for your hair. It removes dirt and dandruff, gently lifts away dead skin cells. Complete control, wet or dry.
“YOUR SHOWER ROUTINE: 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, What a fun game-changing, make yourself and your kids look great.”
To be honest, the description glorifies the function of this thing a wee bit, but all in all, I think it is a product that could benefit a lot of people, especially those of us with long hair and/or dandruff. It’s definitely affordable, and if it seems like something you could make use of, I recommend giving it a try.