If you wear hair extensions, braids or wigs then at some point in time you’ve experienced an itch that was hard to reach. If you’re the resourceful type, you probably reached for a rat tail comb, right? BUT, what about when you’re at work, at an appointment or even at a restaurant? It’s not always easy to lug around that big comb and discretely scratch your scalp! Plus, this is an intimate moment (between you and your scalp) that everyone doesn’t need to see LOL! So what do you do? Well this was a problem that Rose Rice experienced and she did something about it. She created EZ Scratch, a small, discrete tool used to get to that itchy place when you need it most! I’m going to share my product review on EZ Scratch.
There are a few similar tools on the market that I’ve seen but one thing that I like about EZ Scratch is that it’s small enough to carry in your purse and it has a rubber grip/hold that makes it easy to handle, so you don’t drop it.
Rose was kind enough to send me this tool so I could try it out. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but after trying it out I could tell that she really thought through the design.
Another great thing about EZ Scratch is that the the metal part is thicker than what you typically see on a metal rat tail comb. As a result, you don’t have to worry about scratching your head to hard.
So now that you’re interested, you’re wondering “How much?” The product is priced at $8 for 1, 2 for ~$14 and 3 for ~$20. You may think that is expensive considering the alternative (rat tail combs cost about $2-$3), however you’re paying a premium for the convenience and discreteness of this tool.
All in all, I would recommend this product to my friends and family who wear protective styles and wigs. I would make a nice stocking stuffer too!
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