Jan 052013
 
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Smoobee No Cry Brush

Detangling brush by Smoobee

Before Bubbles turned one she loved bath time.  Toys, splashing – what’s not to love?  But as she got older and her hair grew longer she started to like bath time less and less.  She did not enjoy the process of washing her hair, but she really did not like what came after – brushing.  Bath time quickly turned into me trying to wrestle her into the tub long enough to wash her and her hair, while trying to keep her from clawing her way out.  Fun, right?

At ABC Kids earlier this year, however, I learned about a new product called the Smoobee.  It claimed to be a “magic, No Cry Brush”.  I’m a bit of a skeptic – especially when items call themselves magic – and thought the brush was probably for polite, well-mannered children that loved to sit like Rapunzel and have her hair brushed.  During every hair wash adventure, though, it kept popping into my head.  I wondered if the claims were true and decided the only way to know for sure was to try it.

The first day after it arrived Bubbles saw me pick up the brush and immediately tried to run off.  I tracked her down, sat with her, and tentatively started to brush her hair.  Oh.  My.  Gosh.  The only wonder left in my head at this point was to wonder why I hadn’t ordered one of these earlier.  Even Bubbles looked up at me like “What the heck is that?”  She sat there so patiently while I finished brushing her hair.  Since then she even asks for the brush and will brush her own hair.

Smoobees are hand assembled and made from wood, making them extremely durable.  They are so confident in their product they come with a lifetime warranty and a 100% no-questions-asked refund policy.  The brushes come in turquoise  pink, and purple and can be further customized with Smoobee gem sticker packs.  They retail for $24.95; that may sound like more than you’ve paid for a brush in the past, but you’ll only need one brush to grow with your child.  They’re currently on sale for $19.99 right now.

We also have one to give away!  To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below.  Giveaway closed.

Do your kids dread or love brushing their hair?

I received product in order to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received and all opinions, as always, are 100% that of myself and my family.

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About Liza

Liza is a mom and wife living in Louisville whose family includes a toddler, high school junior, and college junior. When she's not doing the Pocoyo dance with her toddler she is either trying out new recipes and craft projects discovered on Pinterest, planning new adventures for her family, shopping on Amazon, or dreaming about Disney.

  52 Responses to “Tangles? Tears? Not This Year, Not With A Smoobee Brush!”

  1. they don’t really mind it one way or the other

  2. My granddaughter hates to have her hair brushed!

  3. Like hair brushing.

  4. Dislike very much..

  5. My grandkids don’t like it at all! They have tight curly hair that loves to matt on itself!

  6. My son is ok with it. Not his favorite, though!

  7. My daughter loves it, just turned one and so far she’ll bring me the brush and then try and brush mine when we’re done with hers. :)

  8. My daughter hates it – she has super curly hair!

  9. My kids don’t like having their hair brushed.

  10. Doesn’t mind

  11. No problems here.

  12. Hair brushing time is disliked at my house.

  13. I would love to try a Smoobee brush on my granddaughters hair.

  14. most of the time my daughter doesnt mind.

  15. They actually love it!

  16. My first child is due soon–I don’t know yet! :)

  17. My oldest likes it, my youngest hates it.

  18. My 4 year old hates it but my 2 year old loves having her hair brushed :)

  19. Hate it!!

  20. my niece hated it.

  21. My daughter can NOT stand to have her hair brushed.

  22. No one likes me brushing their hair I pull too much so no they dont like it

  23. We enjoy brush time :)

  24. They love it.

  25. tears every time :(

  26. M granddaughter dislikes anyone doing anything with her hair!

  27. My kids love to brush their hair.

  28. I only have a boy so I’ve never had to worry about hair pulling. Thanks for the giveaway! :-)

  29. they don’t :(

  30. I have boys so this hasn’t been an issue but I have a niece that needs this brush so bad.

  31. My 2 y/o daughter hates it!

  32. One loves it the other not so much

  33. my daughter always disliked brush time..I would distract her most times..thanks for this giveaway!!

  34. My daughter hates having her hair brushed!

  35. My daughter hates it! This brush would make it a lot easier!

  36. They want to get it over with asap!

  37. No kids but when I was little I hated it!

  38. My daughter doesn’t like brush time because of the tangles. This brush would come in handy!

  39. My daughter hates having her hair brushed she tries to take the brush from me

  40. My daughter dislikes brush time.

  41. My daughter hates having her hair brushed

  42. Forget my kid, I need one of these for myself! My son’s hair is relatively short, but mine is long and really thick. When it gets tangled, I want to cry while brushing it! I’ve found over the years that products designed to help eliminate tangles and tears in kids work better for me than stuff designed for adults.

  43. I Don’t Have Any Children But I Know My Niece Loves It When Her Mother Brushes Her Hair.

  44. My older two are fine with it but my youngest has NEVER been fine with it! :)

  45. My son hates brush or comb time. He has curly hair, so he knows there will be tangles.

  46. brush time can be a battle for sure… especially bedheads

  47. my son doesn’t have enough hair to brush :P

  48. My daughters HATE having their hair brushed. We all have hair that tangles if you look at it funny LOL

  49. they dislike it

  50. my daughter despises it!

  51. My dd dislikes it!

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