She {hearts} The Wet Brush

 

the wet brush

There are three girls in our home, including myself, and we all have long thick hair. While I haven’t had much issue with hair brushing myself, my 8-year-old daughter has an extremely sensitive scalp. So much so that hair brushing was a hated chore and avoided when possible. When it was unavoidable, tears and gritted teeth were expected (sometimes on both sides). When I heard of The Wet Brush I thought she would be the perfect guinea pig to discover if there was really something THAT different about this brush.

When our brush arrived and we used it for the first time, we rejoiced to experience hair brushing without eyes closed tightly and grimaces. No tears or “ouches,” no shrinking away…and I was sold. I knew we would have one of these in our home forever. We’d been using it for about a month before I fully appreciated it for myself as well. It had been misplaced so I had to use a regular brush and I realized then that there is a difference, even for those of us with less sensitive scalps.

My daughter said it simply while she was brushing her own hair (which she can actually do now thanks to this brush), we had been talking about advertisements and how sometimes they exaggerate and she said “Mom, they [The Wet Brush] were really honest, weren’t they?” Yes, yes they were.

Brushing is better, hair is better, life is better.

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With so many colors, sizes, and styles (even combs) to choose from you can get your own Wet Brush directly from “The Wet Brush Store” also available in select salons and at Amazon.

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Lis

Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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Lis was widowed at 22, left behind with an infant she was sure that it would just be the two of them from then on. Life intervened and she re-married in 2009. She now handles the schooling of her oldest daughter amid the laughter, tears, and acrobatics of 3 other little ones. When she has a moment she also finds happiness between the covers of a good book. Read articles by Lis →

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