Make Showering a Breeze with the Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush
While taking a morning shower may seem like a simple matter, the truth is that most of us have at least a few hard-to-reach spots that can be difficult to wash. This can include areas of our body such as our back, feet, or ankles.
However, just because you have some difficult-to-wash spots doesn’t mean they have to stay that way! With the Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush from Wise & Well, you’ll be walking out from your shower cleaner, fresher, and feeling better than ever before!
Upgrade Your Washing Experience
The Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush is perfect for getting those hard-to-reach spots, especially for those who, for whatever reason, experience limited flexibility or mobility. However, the Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush is useful for anyone! At 16” long, this brush is excellent for helping you reach the small of your back, the bottoms of your feet, or any other area of your body that you may have difficulty reaching, relieving the burden of having to bend over and strain, or stand on one foot, in order to reach those difficult areas.
Further, the Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush is also easy to clean! The head is manufactured from silicone and is removable, allowing you to wash the brush’s head separately. The head’s bristles are also soft enough so that they are gentle even against the most sensitive skin, while remaining firm enough to provide a thorough cleaning experience. The Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush comes with a built-in lanyard as well, making it easy for you to conveniently hang it on the wall of your shower or bathtub.
Get Yours Today
Don’t hesitate to order your Deluxe Silicone Bath Brush from Wise & Well online today!
Keep looking for a better bath brush
I had high hopes for this bath brush. This is the list of everything wrong with this brush: Silicone head would need to be removed to dry out after each use because water gets underneath; it takes effort to get it back on: high maintainence. Brush is heavy & handle is slick when wet: hard to maneuver & keep a grip on. Brush is not ergonomically designed: needs more of a curve. All of this adds up to a brush that just doesn't work. Makes me wonder if the company did a prototype and tested it with real people. Looks like an opportunity for someone to build a better brush.