OMG guys, I stumbled upon the most amazing new hair care tool! It’s guaranteed to be a game changer in the natural hair community!
In a previous blog, I wrote about the importance of consolidating and speeding up your hair routine. This new tool will definitely help you to do that by combining a brush and a shower head at the same time!
Introducing the new Con air Infinity Pro combo shower head and hair detangler!? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Reviews and reasons to buy…
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This tool seems like it’s going to be a godsend for a person with thick natural hair. This tool seems to have just hit the waves of a couple natural hair You Tubers but one that had a great review was Kimberly Cherell.?In the video you’ll see how amazing this tool is when it comes to detangling. She suggests brushing root to tip because the flow and power of the water helps top detangle the ends. This tool is perfect for hitting the scalp and truly cleaning buildup. The flow of water can also be said to deliver a mini massage that increases blood flow. This promotes growth and helps solve buildup side effects like itchy scalp.
I know this from personal experience because my hair loves to have a constant flow of water when I detangle.?I have?extremely?hair and the time it?takes?me to fully saturate my hair is ridiculous. The Infinity Pro makes sure to fully saturate your strands. ?Based on Kimberly’s video the brush is so good at detangling that you don’t need a conditioner to add slip. This means you’ll be saving a lot of money having to buy?so?much conditioner. You’ll also be saving time by not having to pre-detangle or finger detangle beforehand. On top of this, the Infinity Pro is relatively cheap for 49.99. I found it at Bed Bath and beyond for 39.99 and an additional 20% discounted?coupon?if you sign up for their newsletter. (You’re Welcome 🙂 )
Now on to the concerns…
There aren’t a lot of concerns but there a few. The first being, how do you efficiently clean this bush head? Looking at the graveyard of paddle brushes with broken bristles and conditioner buildup on them in my past what makes this brush different. I looked at its description and it mentioned being Chrome, which is great but the brush head itself looks like a regular plastic head. Can you soak it in vinegar or will that degrade the plastic?
If, after time, the brush head is on its last leg, will there be a way to buy a replacement head or do you have to buy a whole Infinity Pro again? The Infinity pro comes with its own shower head. I was trying to find more information about if the shower head could be exchanged for one that you already have. Kimberly mentioned that in her review as well. I have a shower head that I love and I don’t want to have to give that up so if that shower head part is exchangeable, that would be great!
These questions/concerns are a little of a stretch compared to the overall positives that come with this hair tool. I will definitely invest in this and be implementing it into my routine. Let me know what you guys think of the new Con Air Infinity Pro! Do you even detangle in the shower?