- Combines a sponge, soft-bristle brush and shampoo/soap dispenser
- Ergonomic design
- Ideal for after-bath grooming of newborns and infants
- This 3-in-1 design features a cradle-cap brush, soft sponge and shampoo/soap dispenser
- Officially licensed product of the American Red Cross.
The handle is nice to have and makes it easier to use. The bristles are just like any other standrd shampoo brush. Have never used the soap dispensing function, but I am sure it works fine.
What a waste of money. I am so bummed that I threw away the box & can no longer return it even though I only used it once. Seems great in theory but does not work at all! Soap did not dispense and I swear after using the brush it actually GAVE my baby flakes on her scalp! This is totally going in the trash
Nice bathing brush
The brush does a good job and serves it purpose. It’s nice that it can pump out a little bit of baby shampoo/wash (whatever you put in it) but it requires a lot of pumps and doesn’t really lather or anything like that. It’s really more useful to wash a baby’s scalp because of the bristles and not really a necessity for infants but nice to have overall.
Nice product, but not a baby essential
We purchased this for our newborn and have used it for almost two years now. The dispenser is easy to access for an adult and holds a lot of soap, which means no frequent refills. The brush side was nice to use in her hair when she was little, though her hair is much too thick for it now. The sponge side works okay, but seemed as though it didn’t dispense enough soap. You need to be careful how you store it when it is full or the soap will leak out– there is a printed reminder on the brush that tells you what end is up. It was good for what we needed, but not really necessary.
Worked awesome with the Winnie the pooh cradle cap soap! Just 3 days and my 4 mo old cradle cap is 100 gone!
The best cradle cap prevention
Hands down, the gentlest but strongest brush around to prevent cradle cap.The bristles are thick but soft. The sponge part stinks though. You are better off just lathering the baby’s head and then just using the bristle part. Sponge is too messy because you have to fill the body of the brush with shampoo to get it to work and it leaks everywhere if you do.
great, but not for long time use
I love using this brush/sponge to shampoo my daughter’s hair and her little hands and feet. If you rub the sponge too much it starts to peel off–we’ve already replaced ours once and my baby is only 6 months old. But, we bought it again because I couldn’t find anything better, and now I know to be more gentle with it. Good, cheap buy!
It is very convenient. The shampoo dispenser is awesome. You fon’t use a lot of shampoo, and the brush at the end is soft to wash my infant’s hair. The only inconvenience was the dispenser button. It does not tell the amount of shampoo dispensed; however, once you start using it, you will know.
I got this cause my baby has cradle cap, it really works the brush is just the perfect size and strenght for a baby I was able to used it on the dry hair to loose the flakes first, worked great. I was not worry too much about the dispenser wich it did not work very well with me, but I think is because of the consistency of the special shampoo I used for craddle cap wich is kind of heavy liquid, so it was taking too long for the dispenser to work and with a wet baby in the tub that moves a LOT you want to be quick I just used the shampoo as it is and the brush and I really liked it, I honestly recomend this one cause I also used the little sponge to bath my baby : )
Great…while it lasts
I love this brush. I love that it dispenses shampoo/body wash, I love the shape, I love that it is a sponge and a scrubber all in one. However, they are not durable at all. I’ve gone through 2 in 3 months (I bathe my son every 2 days). I first thought that maybe I got a lemon, but the same thing happened to the second brush I ordered. The sponge is glued on and starts to slowly detach until the product becomes unusable. I really wish they would figure out how to make it more durable because having it fall apart after 15-20 uses is unacceptable.
This is mostly useless, but cute…
The brush I use in the bath, really just because I like to see her hair all brushed and her scalp stimulated, but it is useless otherwise. It is not good for skin, and the sponge side is not maneuverable enough to use in her crevases. I use a washcloth or my hands for most of her bathing. It would probably be more interesting if a baby has a lot of hair.