We’re big fans of Bearback as we’re not as limber as we used to be. This lotion roller takes some of the fuss down a notch for the Moms who want to moisturize those hard-to-reach spaces.Check out the full article here:https://cassiuslife.com/685256/2023-mothers-day-gift-guide/
According to Prevention Magazine, "there isn’t a dad around who wouldn’t appreciate this unique back scratcher. This upgraded version is a step above the classic wooden back scratcher with dozens of bristles to ensure he can get all of the hard-to-reach spots". We couldn't agree more! Read the full article here:https://www.prevention.com/life/g43829539/amazon-fathers-day-gifts/
Bearback was honored to once again have the Bearback Lotion Applicator recommended by The Today Show!
"We tend to neglect our backs when it comes to our personal hygiene habits. This tool will provide assistance on hard-to-reach places while giving you the right amount of moisture. With the applicator, you can apply lotion, sunscreen or moisturizer, and even rub your back during the process"
"It reaches the back easily and is just the right angle and size. I have a dry skin condition and reaching my back was causing my shoulder to go out," said one Amazon reviewer.
Read the full article here:https://www.today.com/shop/how-maximize-shower-routine-t278142?search=lotion%20applicator
We were honored to have the Bearback Lotion Applicator featured on Northern Illinois' ABC News "Good Day Stateline". This is the Bearback Lotion Applicator. If you want to apply lotion or sunscreen to your back without the struggle - then Bearback is the solution! Simply apply your lotion to the roller and roll it onto your back. The process is simple and hassle-free. When you're finished, rinse the roller under water and let it air dry. And, to be completely honest, it feels great! I use it myself to avoid getting lotion all over my hands. I love this!
It's no secret that dogs love to be scratched all over. Bearback is thrilled to have our pet-exclusive scratcher (the Bearbark) featured in the Canine Journal article on how to bond with your rescue dog or new puppy!