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Shoppers are saying goodbye to dandruff and itchy scalps with this £5 scalp-stimulating brush

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According to thousands of Amazon shoppers, if your hair and scalp are screaming out for some TLC, this massage scalp brush is 'the best buy ever' for growing and maintaining healthy hair. And it costs under £6.

On Amazon, the FREATECH Hair Scalp Massager Shampoo Brush is proving to be a hit among Amazon customers, having amassed nearly 10,000 five-star reviews, with shoppers crediting the brush with helping to eliminate flakes and stimulate hair growth.

'No more dandruff,' said one reviewer. 'I've struggled with dandruff for as long as I can remember, and I'm not kidding when I say this brush changed my whole life.'

The scalp brush, which is made out silicone and currently costs just £5.09 (usually £9.99), evenly massages the scalp area sloughing off dead skin and oil

Even better, right now, you can grab the FREATECH Hair Scalp Massager Shampoo Brush for £5.09 (usually £9.99) at Amazon.

The silicone scalp brush evenly and gently massages the scalp area, sloughing off dead skin and oil (which can cause dandruff and even hair loss).

The massage nodes stimulate the scalp, boosting the circulation of follicles. And we all know a healthy, flake-free scalp not only improves the speed of growth, but increases the strength of hair shafts. Plus, scalp massagers allow hair products to work better.

When it comes to exfoliation and the removal of dirt, dead skin cells and product build-up, brushing is more beneficial as fingernails tend to scratch and sensitise the scalp.

Shoppers who deal with dandruff and troubled scalps have hailed the brush 'simply amazing' and a 'game-changer'. Other reviewers mention how the FREATECH Hair Scalp Massager Shampoo Brush also refreshes the scalp, de-tangles, and delivers a relaxing massage.

Shoppers who deal with dandruff and troubled scalps have described this brush as 'simply amazing' and a 'game-changer' 

'The best thing I have ever bought,' commented another shopper. 'I have such thick curly hair that it never felt clean and would shampoo multiple times, so much so that I would end up stripping my scalp.

'This has helped so much in transforming my curly hair routine and with hair growth. My scalp is never sore or itchy anymore, and I only ever have to shampoo once now. Life-changing people!'

A third agreed, raving: 'This brush changed my life! I really love to use it. Easy to hold, and I can make an amazing scalp massage. Now I need just a little bit of shampoo, and this brush help me make a lot of foam.

'After a few weeks of use, I've noticed that my scalp isn't itchy anymore, and I finally don't have terrible dandruff. I really love it!'

When is Amazon Prime Day 2021? How to find the best deals

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is quickly approaching and will take place on Monday, June 21, through Tuesday, June 22.

The two-day shopping event will deliver over two million deals exclusively for Prime members (sign up for a free 30 day trial of Prime).

You'll find top savings on Amazon smart home devices and big-ticket items, from laptops and TVs to kitchen appliances, fashion, beauty and more.

Meanwhile, customers will also be able to score deals on entertainment benefits and never-before-seen exclusives across Prime Video, Amazon Music and Prime Gaming.

Prime members will also receive a £10 (or $10) credit to use on Prime Day when they spend £10 (or $10) on small business products on Amazon from 7-20 June.

To make the most of Prime Day 2021, active your Prime membership before the sales event, download the app and keep an eye out for our Mail Best favourite deals and savings throughout the Prime Day event.

To take part in Amazon Prime Day 2021 and access all Prime Day deals, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial of Prime and cancel anytime. 

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