Whether you are pregnant, have a problem with mobility or flexibility…or just want to make shaving easier, the Giraffe Razor Extension’s unique design was created to be a shaving accessory that would assist women (or men) with varying physical issues to shave their legs safely and comfortably.
The Giraffe was originally intended specifically to assist women who were unable to shave their legs due to the increasing discomfort of symptoms associated with the second and third trimester of pregnancy. But after researching the current market, they discovered an unmet demand for an invention for women
Whether you’re experiencing limitations or disabilities that stem from sports injuries, hip and knee surgery or a chronic medical condition such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, degenerative joint disease, shoulder, neck or back pain, you may have discovered that shaving became difficult (if not impossible) with a short-handled razor.
The Giraffe shaving accessory features two universal razor attachments, small and large, that snap onto the head of the handle and provide a means of securely locking your razor into place. These attachments easily accommodate the most popular men’s and women’s premium disposable and reusable razors that are currently sold.
The Giraffe features a telescoping handle that extends the length of your razor an additional 15-20 inches, a benefit that virtually eliminates the need to bend at the waist or put yourself in an awkward position to shave those hard-to-reach areas.
The Giraffe’s pivoting head easily rotates to a 30°, 45° or 90° angle, maximizing your flexibility, another added benefit that decreases the risk of slipping or falling in the shower. Also, the Giraffe’s no-slip grip is made with a rubberized finish to help give the control needed to shave your legs safely.
Giraffe Bath and Body bridges the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency to allow you to do things you used to be able to do with ease.
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Written by Jane Emery