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You Need to Add a Scalp Massager to Your In-Shower Haircare Routine

Bestproducts.com Logo By Taylor Mead of Bestproducts.com | Slide 1 of 8: Scalp massagers are the latest must-have beauty tool, so if you're sleeping on them, you'll want to get your hands head on one ASAP — for a slew of reasons. They're not only incredibly relaxing but also help exfoliate your scalp to loosen leftover product and dead skin. Using a scalp massager is also said to unclog pores, which allows more nutrients to get to the follicle for healthier, stronger hair.If a relaxing method to get a dandruff-free scalp and hair growth is calling your name, a scalp massager is exactly the shower buddy you need. The best part? They're reasonably priced, so it won't cause any hairy situations in your wallet.The Best Scalp MassagersTop-Rated: HEETA Scalp Care Hair BrushBest Brush Massager: Kitsch Pro Shampoo Brush Scalp MassagerBest for Scalp & Body: LOVEXIRAN Silicone Exfoliating Massage BrushBest Battery-Powered: Vanity Planet Groove Scalp MassagerBest Wet or Dry:Briogeo Scalp Revival Stimulating Therapy MassagerBest Bundle: Ceremonia The Scalp Power-DuoBest for Dandruff: Flathead Products Scalp Massager and Shower Dandruff Brush What to ConsiderHair Type: Before purchasing a scalp massager, check to see what hair type it is best suited for. It's always best to choose one that’s made for your hair type or suitable “All Hair Types” to avoid accidentally damaging your hair with use.Wet or Dry: Remember: Not all scalp massagers are for shower use, so be sure to read the fine print before buying, especially if it's electric or battery-powered. This is mostly to ensure it's waterproof before putting it in the shower, unless, of course, you prefer a dry scalp massager. Just remember that dry scalp massagers are typically more for relaxation and tension reduction than the actual scalp exfoliation benefits.Hair Concern: While most shower scalp massagers offer the same benefits, some are better for different needs. For example, if you have particularly bad dandruff, there are scalp massagers specifically designed to help minimize buildup. Alternatively, if you have dry hair and you'd like to be able to do regular hydrating treatments, a massager you can fill with said treatment for optimum efficacy is a great option for you.Regardless of what you're looking for in a scalp massager, we have one for you on our list. Check out our seven top-rated scalp massagers below that are sure to give you your best hair yet.

Scalp massagers are the latest must-have beauty tool, so if you're sleeping on them, you'll want to get your hands head on one ASAP — for a slew of reasons. They're not only incredibly relaxing but also help exfoliate your scalp to loosen leftover product and dead skin. Using a scalp massager is also said to unclog pores, which allows more nutrients to get to the follicle for healthier, stronger hair.

If a relaxing method to get a dandruff-free scalp and hair growth is calling your name, a scalp massager is exactly the shower buddy you need. The best part? They're reasonably priced, so it won't cause any hairy situations in your wallet.

The Best Scalp Massagers

What to Consider

Hair Type: Before purchasing a scalp massager, check to see what hair type it is best suited for. It's always best to choose one that’s made for your hair type or suitable “All Hair Types” to avoid accidentally damaging your hair with use.

Wet or Dry: Remember: Not all scalp massagers are for shower use, so be sure to read the fine print before buying, especially if it's electric or battery-powered. This is mostly to ensure it's waterproof before putting it in the shower, unless, of course, you prefer a dry scalp massager. Just remember that dry scalp massagers are typically more for relaxation and tension reduction than the actual scalp exfoliation benefits.

Hair Concern: While most shower scalp massagers offer the same benefits, some are better for different needs. For example, if you have particularly bad dandruff, there are scalp massagers specifically designed to help minimize buildup. Alternatively, if you have dry hair and you'd like to be able to do regular hydrating treatments, a massager you can fill with said treatment for optimum efficacy is a great option for you.

Regardless of what you're looking for in a scalp massager, we have one for you on our list. Check out our seven top-rated scalp massagers below that are sure to give you your best hair yet.

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