Aquasentials Exfoliating Bath Brush (15.5in) (Clear Handle) (Soft Bristle)

8 CUSTOMER REVIEWS
$4.40

Design:Hard Bristle



CUSTOMER REVIEWS(8)

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The Witchdoctor
March 19, 2012
I'm 6'2
Otto Freischer
February 8, 2012
I have been looking for a suitable replacement for my old favorite brush and bought this one. I have to say after using it for a few days now that I really like this brush and have returned to buy another,(because you and I both know that as soon as you find something you like, they quit making it). The bristles are nice and stiff and are stout enough to give you a good scrubbing. Just a recommendation: Buy Two!!
buttons
July 5, 2017
Not sure what the other reviewers who said it was too stiff and scratchy were talking about because mine is just right. I have Fibromyalgia and couldn't tolerate anything too stiff and this one is perfect. Gives you a good scrubbing without being too stiff or too soft. The bristles are closer together and holds your soap or gel nicely and the handle is a perfect length with the added benefit of ridges to help you hold on to it when it's soapy. The one I received was clear in color not blue but that was fine with me.
Spoetzl
April 8, 2016
I must have tried or been given a half-dozen scrubbers and every one of them died within a few uses. Either the head was (briefly) attached to the handle with glue (or, in one case, staples, which ended very badly) or the scrubber was just some foam that was supposed to magically stay attached... None of them worked long -- and cost two to three times more.

The bristles on this one go directly into the head (like all brushes used to do -- imagine that!), which makes it much more stable. They've already exceeded the last couple of scrubbers (that's not saying much though). The bristles did seem a little sharp at first, which I didn't really mind, but within a couple of uses, the edges had worn down to a level that even the more sensitive wouldn't mind (if you're very sensitive, you might want to brush something with it first to take the edge off).

I hope (and think) I've found a winner this time.
Priscilla Savary
October 26, 2017
This is exactly as I hoped. The bristles are not too hard and not too soft. The handle is strong. The length is excellent so I can wash my whole back. Arthritis has made it harder to care for myself. This bath brush has made a world of difference. The simple curve makes it easy to wash my entire back again. And easy to reach and wash my feet! Take that arthritis!
D. Thompson
August 7, 2018
I've had this brush for over a year now, and it has been perfect for cleaning and ex-foliating my back and shoulders. Cotton shirts suck moisture out of the pores, tending to leave them clogged with solids, followed by pimples, etc. I like the stiffness, though it seemed a bit a bit harsh at first. I don't know if I have adapted to the brush or if it has gotten slightly softer with use. My advice for those who find it too stiff is to press it against very fine sandpaper in such a way that the brush ends are nearly parallel to the surface and move it around a bit to thin and soften the tips. Don't overdo it, though.
LegoGirl
February 7, 2017
Got this to replace a wooden-handled brush that eventually (after a year) broke---little did I expect that this plastic version would die in less than two months, but that's what happened. Seems like the handle meets the brush head at an angle that just can't withstand the pressure of twisting and scrubbing my back. Too bad, I did like the stiff bristles and the overall length was a good fit for me. My local dollar store has a bath brush that looks strikingly like this one and I will be trying that out next; it that one breaks in two months then I've probably gotten my money's worth at least.
P. Kyle
March 3, 2018
item looks larger than it actually is. The Brush head is about half the size of the brush I am trying to replace, (which has broken and cracked from being dropped one too many times) This brush is soft enough, but I would like one with a larger head on it. the bristles themselves are about a 2.25 inch circle in diameter, while the one I have is closer to 4 inches in diameter. This is quite a bit better than the first brush I bought which felt like scrubbing with sandpaper. (Bristles way too stiff for back and underarms, etc. However with the smaller size head, it takes a lot longer to scrub up in the shower.....

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