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Pads dont stick
from Cincinnati, Ohio
About Me Budget Buyer
Comments about Lotion Applicator:
Its a great idea but as soon as I put lotion on the pad it falls off. Needs to be longer too.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from Boston, MA
I have used one of these for years. You don't need to bother with the pads at all. Just put the lotion on the smooth plastic paddle and apply directly to your back. Wipe and rinse clean and it is ready for next use.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Carson City NV
I use it to apply lotion because of dry skin. I need to be careful with the sharp edge on the end of it. Other then that, it works quite well.
By Indy Hockey Nut
from Indianapolis, IN
About Me Arthritic, Diabetic
To apply lotion
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Kansas City, Mo
About Me Arthritic, Diabetic, Elderly, Medical Professional
Poor angle of applicator. Too light weight. Too short.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
At last something to reach that itch!
By Saucy Lucas
from Prescott, Arizona
About Me Arthritic, Diabetic, Elderly, Long Term User
Often there are areas of your back, you simply cannot reach. I have dry skin and often these areas are very itchy. For the most part, I have used this applicator successfully.
By Back Relief
from Atlanta, GA
About Me Normal user
I love this product! I've been looking for a tool to apply lotion to the middle of my back and this works great. Yes, the pads do lift a little, but I just press it back down and it's fine. I'll take that over a dry patch in the middle of my back.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
The extra long arm
By Jazz Jai
from Cleveland, Oh
About Me Long Term User
I liked being able to reach the middle of my back - the spot you can't reach with your arms. I don't like that after 2 -3 uses the pad no longer adheres to the handle.
By Pioneer Girl
from Jackson, CA
Angle is wrong. Pad doesn't adhere. If one spec of lotion gets on edge of applicator, pad lifts and you need to toss it. Wooden spoon works better.
Nice idea, but....
Handle needs to be longer; pad needs more adhesive; pad area needs to be larger; worked better for feet; overall not worth buying.