Do you battle with a dry scalp and dandruff? Are you constantly dealing with buildup from using too many products on your hair?
If so, the key to keeping your scalp clean and healthy might not come in a bottle. Instead, the solution might be the type of brush you are using.
Part of the Clean Radiance Brush Collection, the brush is made with copper bristles designed to massage the scalp and eliminate the amount of product buildup in hair over time.
With regular use, Goody claims, the brush will restore hair’s natural moisture balance so that users are left with healthier, shinier hair.
Truth be told, I initially bought the Goody Clean Radiance Cushion Brush because of the way it looked.
Unlike other brushes, the brush is sleek and sophisticated, thanks to its rose gold and white color scheme.
It wasn’t until I got home that I realized the bristles were made of copper.
Per Goody’s instructions, the brush should be used two or three times day (a bit excessive in my opinion). It must be cleaned regularly, using a mixture of lemon juice and water, then wiped clean with a towel and left to dry.
Also, the brush should not be used with a blow dryer, as the copper bristles could get extremely hot; it is recommended that it mostly be used on dry hair.
Fab or flub?
Flub. While it might win the award for the prettiest brush I’ve ever owned, the Goody Clean Radiance Cushion Brush turned out to be nothing more than average.
After using it for a little more than a month, I have yet to see any difference in the quality of my hair or see a significant reduction in product buildup.
Compared to other brushes I’ve owned that were made with noncopper bristles, the Clean Radiance brush doesn’t appear to perform any differently or offer any added benefits.
Because the brush is much pricier than other options and because it has some limitations with how it can be used, readers would be better off buying a different brush.