Bio Ionic Boar Bristle Round Brush

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Bio Ionic Boar Bristle Round Brush provides an intensive smoothing action that adds shine, tames frizzies, and controls static.


Based on 4 Reviews

Sep 19, 2011
5 Star Rating
It's About Time!
I spend about $100+ per month on hair care products to try to get my hair looking silky-smooth. I thought it was hopeless and that age and processing would not allow me to have the beautiful hair of my youth What was I doing wrong? The one factor I hadn't added into the mix was a natural boar bristle hairbrush (which I regularly used when I was younger - plastic was NOT used to make hairbrushes then). I had shied away from this purchase because of the expense but then I stopped to do the math. One hairbrush was about 1/3 the cost of the product I was using so I thought it was worth a try.

My frizzies are tamed, my curls look natural, my hair looks healthier! The ion helps my hair dry faster, the shape makes it easy to use with my blow drier and my conscious is eased by using a natural product. In the long run, it is even less expensive than using all that "stuff" on my hair to make it look better. It's a total win-win situation!


4 out of 4 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Ana Medak
Eastlake, Ohio, Currently In Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Feb 13, 2008
2 Star Rating
Bio Ionic Large Brush
I bought it cause it was pricy, and usually pricey things work. Well this brush just pulled my hair and didnt work at all for me. Used it only one time and never again. I am very disappointed, and would not recommend it.
7 out of 8 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Feb 8, 2008
3 Star Rating
Price Does Not Correlate With Performance
I was expecting more from a $40 brush. It doesnt move easily through my hair, which is relatively fine and straight. Also, my hair gets easily caught in the part of the rubber grip of the handle that my hand doesnt cover.
8 out of 8 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
Bhavna De Montebello
New York, NY
Nov 1, 2007
3 Star Rating
Not What I Thought
I bought the largest Boar Bristle Brush for $40 which is a pretty penny to spend on a hairbrush- lets be honest. So I did have fairly high expectations. I would say the quality and workmanship of the brush is quite decent. But when I used the brush in conjunction with the T3 Featherweight tourmaline hairdryer (which I consequently returned for other reasons)- it introduced some serious static to my hair. And the static had a flattening effect on my hair (rather than a volumizing effect- which is why I bought the largest round brush in the first place.) So I was not pleased. Maybe the tourmaline hairdryer which I know has some ionic technology in it, didnt go with the ionic brush for some reason? Too much ionic stuff going on at once? Ive no idea. Anyway, be weary of that if you have an ionic hairdryer. Maybe the brush would work better with a ionic bio hairdryer? Ill let you know if I find out. Any way those are the risks you take when you spend $40 on a non-returnable brush I guess. Thems the breaks as they say.
18 out of 19 shoppers thought this review was helpful.
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