We have two girls, both with long hair. It is hard enough convincing them to bathe regularly at this age, much less getting after them to comb all the knots out of their hair. We’ve tried nearly every detangling shampoo and conditioner available with limited success. As you can see from the photo above, we also have experimented with different combs and brushes to try to make this whole process quicker and painless. Our daughter’s expression should tell you everything you need to know about our efforts to date.
We were offered the opportunity to try out a new product by Crave Naturals that promised a “pain free and tear free” experience. Needless to say we were skeptical.
Our daughter quickly pointed out that she like the curved profile of the brush and that it would “fit her head better”.
I also noticed that the tines of the brush did not have any nibs or ends on them. I assume this is to facilitate a gentler stroke through the hair – without the brush itself getting caught on anything.
Even after just one use she was excited to find something that worked well and with very little pain. We will still use detangling creams and conditioners, but the addition of a proper tool for combing out the knots looks to make the morning ritual a lot smoother and less drama-filled. According to the instructions, it can be used on both dry and wet hair as well as while using a blow dryer!
Pick up your own brush directly from Crave Naturals on their website. You might be able to save a couple bucks by purchasing it on Amazon (and be sure to notice the number of great reviews there)! Want to know what other products they have to offer? Follow them on Facebook and Twitter to see!