Spatastic is a hand-held brush for the bath and shower that has been created with the aim of making your bathing experience less tedious and more rejuvenating. It's specified that once each brush has been turned on, it'll vibrate as you use it, and you'll be able to use the included wall charger to recharge it when necessary. Each Spatastic brush has a long handle that may enable you to reach virtually any part of your body.
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Before you get started with your Spatastic bath and shower brush, simply enter your tub or shower as you normally would, while bringing the brush with you.
Next, turn on your brush by pressing the power button on the back. After you've done so, you can use the button to cycle through five different settings. The gentlest setting will deliver light pulses to your skin, while the most intense setting will deliver more powerful vibrations.
Once you've picked a setting for your brush (which can be changed quickly, at any time), you'll have the option of adding some bath soap to the brush's soft silicone bristles. It's best to add enough soap to cover the brush's head, but not enough to make it look gooey.
With soap or without, you can proceed to use the brush to clean and massage virtually any area of your body, excluding your eyes and mouth. It can be safely used on the skin of the face, and with the brush's long handle, you'll likely be able to reach all the way down to your lower back and your feet.
When you're done using your brush for your chosen number of minutes, rinse it off to get rid of any lingering soap or dirt, and turn it off by using the power button. For safe, ready-at-hand storage, you may want to place it on the side of your bathtub or hang it on a hook in your shower.
Each Spatastic brush's head contains 1500 tiny touchpoints, so regardless of the setting you choose, all 1500 will ideally make contact with your skin and massage it. They'll provide just enough texture to make your massage feel comfortable, and due to the fact that they're tiny, they won't overwhelm your body like larger nodules might.
Some bath and shower brushes are made of a somewhat rough material that can actually scratch and irritate the skin, but this particular type is made of super-soft silicone. Aside from gliding quite gently across your skin, even while delivering powerful vibrations, this material will also dry more quickly than other similar materials. Therefore, your brush will be less likely to become moldy than one that's not made of such quick-drying material.
Typically, It's advantageous to use this type of brush with the handle attached, as it'll enable you to reach more places on your body than you'd be able to with the head alone. However, the handle will detach, which will give you a clearer path to access the brush's charging port when you need to. You may also want to detach the handle if you're using the brush to clean just your face or your hands and fingernails. Once detached, it can quickly be put back on again.
You'll never need to put batteries into your Spatastic brush or plug it into a USB port, as each one comes with a wall charger. To use the charger, you'll need to connect one end to an electrical outlet and the other to your brush's charging port (found on the head).
Many people choose to use moisturizers and other products that may be chemical-based in order to keep their skin smooth. You might not have to do this once you start using your Spatastic brush on a daily basis, though. Its touchpoints have been specifically designed to rejuvenate each square inch of skin they touch, so you may be able to achieve smooth skin all over your body with just the brush and some soap. If you think your skin has started to show its age, using this brush could also restore its youthful glow.
The vibrating action that this brush can deliver promotes a feeling of relaxation, especially after a long day. If you sit at a computer, work at a physical job or participate in sports, you can use its vibrations to specifically target the muscles and joints that are most fatigued. By doing so, you may find that your required recovery time after a day of work or athletics decreases and that you start waking up with more energy than usual the next day.
If you want to just clean your body effectively with this brush, without giving yourself a massage at the same time, you can certainly use it without vibrations. Just skip pushing the power button when you start, and the vibrating brush will morph into a gentle silicone brush that will wash your skin.
To use your Spatastic brush properly, you'll need access to electricity. It's not specified how long a single charge will last, so you should expect to have to plug the brush into the wall and recharge it frequently. If you don't have access to electricity in a particular place, and your brush's previous charge happens to run out, it'll still work as a brush but it will lose the ability to massage you.
You could try to add shampoo to your Spatastic brush and use it to wash your hair, but it hasn't been designed for that purpose. While it'll be gentle on all types of skin, its textured touchpoints could actually tear at strands of your hair and make you feel uncomfortable. It's great for the body, but if you're looking for a brush to wash a full head of hair, it's best to look elsewhere. Aside from your own discomfort, it could also prove difficult to remove stray bits of hair from the brush's touchpoints if they were to get caught.
If you were to use a washcloth or a handle-less brush to try and wash your entire body, you could end up spending 30 minutes or longer in the tub or shower, bending and straining. On the other hand, if you start using a Spatastic brush, you may be able to reach every inch of your skin and finish your bath or shower in several minutes.
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