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WIZKER Brush – Eliminates Razor Bumps & Ingrown Hair

Product- WIZKER Brush

Review given by- Harshinya

Hello beauties,

We work so hard to keep our skin hair free, and reward is always the hair that doesn’t want to come out to the surface of the skin. Its certain we see Ingrown hair and razor bumps after every shave or wax that leave dark spots and cause itching. Wizker brush, a chemical free product I have been using for the past one year, and felt instant relief from ingrown hair and razor bumps.


Price: $13.99 (Amazon)

Wizker brush puts an end to ingrown hair and exfoliates your skin to a certain extent. It looks more like a oval shaped hair brush without a handle. It has little tough and harder bristles compared to a hair brush which has softer bristles. The brush is palm sized and comes with a string for easy maintenance. Suitable for all skin types from oily to dry.




STEP 1: Condition the face or body area with warm water. A hot shower for 5 or more minutes softens the hair and skin as well as expands the pores.

STEP 2: Gently use the WIZKER, brushing against the skin in circular motion. Do not apply too much pressure as it would damage the skin.

STEP 3: For maximum results, use the brush morning & night.

DO NOT use the brush on open cuts and bruises or with excessive pressure.

Recommended to be used before and in between shaves and waxing for better results. Make yourself comfortable to use the brush in or after the shower.

Wizker brush is a unisex product and can also be recommended for men for ingrown hair after shaving. I do waxing all by myself and this product has come great use to me. I highly recommend this product for ingrown hair as its long lasting and chemical free.

Hope this review was useful..!!!


  • Keerthi Reddy

    Eliminates ingrown hair huh ??? Seems interesting… Looking forward to use it..!!
    I guess it’s available on eBay for Indian customers….

    January 15, 2016 at 1:31 pm
  • Prathyusha Mikkilineni

    Hi..can it be used on the face also?if yes how do we use it?

    January 15, 2016 at 2:23 pm

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