Skip to main content

Divo Bris Care - Review

Divo Bris Care is a Hair Brush Cleaner

It claims: See Image below

Price: Rs. 115 /-

Available: I know this is sold at New Beauty Center, for sure :-)

How to use: See image below

What I liked: 

1. It really does clean the brush within a few minutes. As you can see in the images below, I took a dirty brush (sorry for that) and used this. Within 2 minutes it was as good as new. It hardly takes any time to clean brushes. with this.

Dirty Brush!!
This is how you clean
2. It is an unique product! I haven't seen anything like this, and what makes it even better is that it is dry-cleaning. So you clean your brush & are good to go. No waiting for brush to dry, etc.

Ta Da! Clean Brush :-)

3. For such a unique product it is priced quite decently at Rs. 115/-

4. It is quite tiny and compact, yet sturdy at the same time hence it is easy to travel with. I have been using it for 3 weeks now and it hasn't shown much wear & tear yet. It has a wooden handle base & synthetic bristles

What could be better: 

1. I can't think of anything, other than one can't clean combs with this. But then this is not designed for that in the first place.

2. I really would have liked this to come with its own compact storage box. The packaging is really nice and it is sealed from all sides, but one has to tear open the packet to remove this. Once open, this does lie around naked, and itself exposed to dust & dirt. It would really be great if this came with a small plastic container to keep this in. I know that might push up the price a but though.

Recommended: Yes! If you use hair brushes, then yes! Get this. This is really a no-fuss, economical & quick solution to cleaning your brushes, esp in between washes. As you might know a dirty brush is likely to undo all the pampering you have done with conditioners & serums by making your hair look greasy.

Product sent by Company / PR for review

So did you like it? How do you girls clean your brushes??


  1. I nvr knw abt such a thing...It does really sound interesting!! Innovative pdt!!
    Great review!! :)

    1. I saw it once, very long back at NBC.. the SA kept trying to sell me this, but I thought it was too good to be true :D

  2. I need something like this, any idea if we can get anything similar online??

  3. I don't know about similar, but this is available on healthkart here:

  4. Hey! This is nice. I'm usually so lazy to clean the brushes that I have stopped using them at all :P I stick to wide toothed combs instead

    1. Even I did that in the middle.. I got tired of using dirty brushes & used combs - but the tend to flatten my hair. And with my hair, I need all the volume possible :D

  5. Hey dear, You are tagged by me. For more details, go here on my blog.

  6. this is so useful!!!! like Nivedita, even I have stopped using my brush and sticking to my comb :D

  7. Yay, even I'm totally loving this mini wonder, gets my hair brushes clean in a jiffy

  8. hey....i tagged you in my visit :)

  9. Wow! This is super.. I hate having to clean my feels easier to chuck it and buy a new one onestly.. But makes our lives much easier :)

  10. Good one! Wish they made one for combs too!

  11. This really worked for me....

  12. This really worked for me...


Post a Comment

Hey! Thank you for taking the time out to add your valuable comment. I will revert as soon as possible.


I delete blatant self-promotion and comments where it is clear the post material was not carefully read. If you are not going to bother to engage with the post, I am not going to bother posting your comment.

I also delete ALL comments with links - even if the link is to your blog.

Don't be mean to other commentators - it serves no purpose other than showcase your own personality in a bad light.

Popular posts from this blog

Reetha, Amla & Shikakai Home Made Shampoo - Weekend Experiment

Good Morning Lovelies, I hope your weekend was fun. Mines was, well, ho-hum, but anyways, we are not talking about that here (let’s save that cribbing for twitter).
I have been suffering from quite a bit of hair fall since some time. I have tried changing products to using intensive conditioning and the works. It stops the hair fall for while, but then it rears its ugly head again.
So on lark, & for lack of better things to do, my best friend & I decided to make some Reetha – Amla – Shikakai shampoo at home. This century old ayurvedic herbal concoction is reputed to not only strengthen hair, but also darken it and stop hair fall.
I got the 3 biggies from a local kirana store. All 3 are priced at 15 Rs for 100gms.

How to: Soak 5 pieces of Shikakai, 4 balls of Reetha  (Soapnut) & handful of Amla (Indian Gooseberry)  in about 500 ml of water overnight. In the morning, heat the mixture on gas till it just starts to boil. Let it cool, when lukewarm mash all the amla, reetha and…

Skin Care Myth: Sunscreen will stop you from Tanning

Image via Wikipedia I know I did a recent article on skin care myths (read it here), but I don't know how I forgot to mention this particular myth. In any case I think this warranted a post on its own.

Myth: If I use a suncreen regularly and religiously, I will not tan. 

Fact: This is a very simplistic statement. But before I bust this myth, kindly bear through a science lecture. This is to bring all readers of all backgrounds on the same knowledge level.

Lets define sunscreen (from Wikipedia):Sunscreen (also commonly known as sunblock or sun cream) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects "some" of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight and thus helps protect against sunburn. Sunscreen helps protect only against direct DNA damage as it cannot dissipate UV as harmless heat.

The SPF of a sunscreen is a laboratory measure of the effectiveness of sunscreen — the higher the SPF, the more protection a sunscreen …

I made "Washed Ghee" at home and it turned out great!

Yesterday I posted about the importance of fat in our diet. While doing research for the same I came across the recipe for "Washed Ghee" or Shata Dhaut Ghrita (100 times washed ghee).

After I read about this miracle at home cream, it was inevitable that I would try to create this cream myself. All I needed apparently was some cow ghee & water.

So I made it last evening. And here is how it went.

For those readers who haven't read the earlier post: Hundred times washed ghee is prepared from organic cow milk ghee by washing it in purified water, repeatedly, 100 times in a copper vessel, using a specific prescribed method while chanting some mantras

This procedure transforms the ghee into a soft, cooling, nourishing, silky unguent that is used as a traditional moisturizer and anti wrinkle skin cream. It produces radiant and glowing skin, especially for people with easily inflamed skin. It can be used as a daily face and body moisturizer or for facial massage. Apply it for…