Bruzz NailBrush Review

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Hi everybody today I have something a little different for you today.  We all know about the traditional nail brushes and it’s not usually something we discuss much as nail artists. But it is an essential part of keeping nails clean, hygienic and in good shape. So when I was asked to review this new innovation in nail brushes called ‘Bruzz’ I was interested to see what all the hype was about.

Bruzz Nail Brush selection (image taken from buzz.com)

Bruzz Nail Brush selection (image taken from buzz.com)

So it comes in 3 different colours and I was sent the blue one for review.  It is quite modern and looks hi-tech.  When reading a little more about the ‘Bruzz’ it is actually the invention of a Surrey based beauty therapist who obviously saw a gap in the market and a need for something which was more hygienic than traditional nail brushes.

Bruzz Nailbrush

Bruzz Nailbrush

The Bruzz doesn’t only clean the underside of the nails but at the same time cleans the top and sides, and no splash from soap or water which you usually get with the traditional brushes, which is fab 🙂 It is also impregnated with softening Vanilla extract and it smells lush.  I actually sat smelling it for a good few mins when I first opened it lol.

Bruzz Nailbrush features

Bruzz Nailbrush features

So it has a number of features that you just wouldn’t get from a traditional nailbrush, and it is self containing so you don’t have to worry about the bristles getting damaged. It is worth investing in and am sure it will last for years.

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I really like the fact that you can take the bristles out and it can be washed in the dishwasher or soaked in detergent to clean it, which just would not be possible with a traditional nail brush.

The Bruzz Nailbrush

The Bruzz Nailbrush

So overall I am very impressed with this new nailbrush and really think everyone could benefit from this in their kit, it is certainly the best smelling nailbrush I have ever used :). It is available for £9.99 directly from Bruzz, in larger Boots stores and Amazon.

Thanks for reading xxx

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2 thoughts on “Bruzz NailBrush Review

  1. Interesting. I normally don’t think twice about a nail brush. I just by cheap ones and replace them every so often.

    I defiantly like the idea that you will not get splashed when you use this one. Going to check out the link on Amazon and see if this is available in the U.S.

    1. I really like it and am thinking of getting one for my daughters to use, they always get mucky nails which are hard to clean, but this made it easy and they thought it was fun too lol

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