About Cerama Brush
Cerama Brush promises women it will straighten their hair and leave it silkier with more volume twice as fast and without the frizz or damage of a flat iron. It says the secret is the ceramic coated plates that absorb and diffuse the air from your blow-dryer as you brush.
Cerama Brush is sold by TV Products Direct, a direct marketing company based in Clearwater, Florida. They are not BBB accredited and there is no rating for the company.
How the Cerama Brush Works
Cerama Brush looks like an ordinary flat-backed black brush (they say it also comes in a larger round size.) Beneath its bristles lies what they call a ceramic coated plate. When you use this brush in conjunction with a blowdryer, they say this plate heats evenly and doesn’t burn your hair like a flat iron; the result is straighter, silkier hair with more volume in half the time it normally takes to style your hair.
They also state that removing hair strands from Cerama Brush is easy with the patented self-cleaning feature - just push a button and the ceramic plate raises upward, pushing loose hair off of the bristles. They say this will give you a “new” brush every time you use it.
They claim using the Cerama Brush will prevent static build-up as well as “frizziness”, and you can use it as a straightening brush or just a vent brush for faster drying. Cerama Brush says it works on long or short hair, with the larger round brush being good for people with lots of volume. Cerama Brush claims they work on all types of hair, be it thick, thin, curly, or straight.
On the back of the flat brush is a mirrored surface, which it says you can use to admire your gorgeous, sexy new head of hair when you are finished.
Each Cerama Brush order comes with:
- Flat Cerama Brush
- Opportunity to BOGO “free” (extra S & H)
- Round Brush (extra charge)
Cerama Brush Pricing, Shipping, and Returns
Cerama Brush is available in different packages. You can buy 1flat Cerama Brush for $14.99 plus $7.95 S & H for a total of $22.94. You can add an additional flat Cerama Brush for “free” - just pay another $7.95 S & H for a total of $30.89. You can get a “combo pack” consisting of one flat and one round Cerama Brush for $29.99 + $9.95 S & H for a total of $39.94 and you can double that by adding an additional $9.95 for a total of $49.89 for 4 brushes. There is no return or customer service information on the website.
Bottom Line: Is Cerama Brush a Scam?
This seems like a promising product, but we wonder about its durability. We also don’t like there is no contact information for returns or complaints. We suggest looking for a similar brush that is more consumer-friendly.