ElevEase : Review & Giveaway
Last summer when we moved into our new rented house, this house also happens to be the first house I have ever lived in which doesn’t have a bath. In the past I have preferred to shave my legs in the bath, but now that can’t happen and I have become rather annoyed at having to bend in awkward positions to shave. Recently I was approached by a company called ElevEase who have obviously heard my screams for help and offered for me to receive one of their shower steps to test and review. Who was I to refuse?! How practical and quite frankly just what I need!
To match my bathroom colour design I was supplied with a White shower step, there is also a chrome step available in the range. Priced at £15.97 (white) or £19.97 (chrome) they are affordable and also help eliminate back ache.
The shower step is so so simple to fit into place, ensure your surface is fully clean and dry before applying the adhesive to the edges of your step. Then simply place the step onto the clean, tiled wall roughly 30cm from the floor and hold into place for 3 minutes, then leave to settle for 24 hours before getting wet or using.
With a fantastic insert to place your shaver this really is a great product for any household.
Designed by Aoife O’ Driscoll (23), she came up with the concept of the Shower Step while in her second year in college. The through meeting Dave Brennan and Andrew Middleton the ElevEase was designed and brought to life. After its initial launch the ElevEase was met with fantastic feedback who a whole array of customers who were either pregnant, or suffer with back ache or arthritis. This product provides brilliant support when in the shower either shaving, exfoliating, foot care or showering.
Now for the fun part…
How would you like to win a ElevEase Shower Step for yourself?
To enter, simply follow the rafflecopter instructions carefully, as incorrect entries will result in a forfeit from the competition and please make yourself familiar with my Terms & Conditions.
STARTING AT MIDNIGHT 24TH JULY 2014