This vibrating scalp massager can help promote hair growth

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From serums to shampoos, there are many options that can help with hair loss. If you haven’t been able to find the right solution for you, there is one item that might be the perfect fit. Not only is it easy to use, but it can additionally be super relaxing and beneficial for stimulating your scalp.

Called the Vanity Planet Vibrating Scalp Massager from Anthropologie, this handy little gadget is water-resistant and can operate with just one AA battery. Available in two pastel colors, it’s meant to fit in your palm and help exfoliate your scalp while you shampoo or apply oil to your follicles.

Shop: Vanity Planet Vibrating Scalp Massager, $20

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So how do scalp massagers actually work? Well, Healthline explains, “According to research, scalp massage increases hair thickness by stretching the cells of hair follicles. This, in turn, stimulates the follicles to produce thicker hair.”

“This is fantastic to stimulate your scalp,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “I have been look[ing] for something like this for a long time. I cut my hair in a pixie and I was having trouble growing it out. I feel this will help stimulate my scalp and help my hair grow faster and healthier.”

If you prefer an option that’s manual, you can instead shop a bestselling scalp massager that has over 9,000 ratings on Amazon. Fun fact: It was even one of the top products that In The Know readers bought in February.

Shop: Maxsoft Hair Scalp Massager, $8

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In case you need to pair your scalp massager with a serum, you can also snag Amazon’s No. 1 hair regrowth tonic that costs only $20. 

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