Gold Violin Ergonomic Swedish Long Reach Comb or Brush

Gold Violin Ergonomic Swedish Long Reach Comb or Brush
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Treat your tresses to the best care possible--with minimal effort or strain. Ergonomically designed with a comfortable nonslip grip, this extended reach hair-care tool is easy to use and perfect for those with limited arm, shoulder, or hand mobility. From Gold Violin.

  • Brush: ball-tipped plastic bristles
  • Contains no latex
  • Measures 14-1/2"L
  • Designed in Sweden; Made in Malaysia

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V26596 - Gold Violin Ergonomic Swedish Long Reach Comb or Brush 4.8 5 4 4
Not best for long hair Doesn't work for me, probably because of my long, thick hair. Can't get the angle right to get through it. Great for scratching back, though. I am going to try it in the shower. 01-10-09
Easy to use Brush Brush is a great help for anyone with arthritis. So much easier to brush hair with long easy grip handle. I would recommend this to anyone who has problem with lifting your arms up due to pain to simply brush your hair. A must have !! Thanks for offering this Brush QVC. 10-01-08
I own 2 of these brushes I own 2 of these brushes and keep one in the bathroom and one in my bedroom. I have a problem with range of motion of my shoulders and have a hard time brushing my hair with a regular brush since I broke both of my shoulders several years ago, and this is the only brush I have found that I can use to do my hair. If anyone knows someone that has a problem they should buy one for them. I paid full price when I bought mine and feel that I got a real bargin. And yes it does double as a great back scratcher....... 01-15-08
doubles as back scratcher. This is great for the kids and adults. It doubles as a duo purpose hair comb and back scratcher. I'm going to order a set for my elderly parents who suffer from Arthritis and have difficulty with upper body arm/hand range of motion movements. Overall, what a fun concept to inspire kids to comb their hair in the morning before school. It's like using a magic wand orchestrating the movements. 09-02-07
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