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Shaving While Pregnant + ShavEzy Giveaway

Shaving While Pregnant!

During the later stages of pregnancy it is increasingly difficult to do the simplest of tasks!

I tend to show early on in each of my pregnancies and by the final few weeks, I find even looking at my feet a strenuous mission. As a result of a ridiculous amount of swelling and excess fluid, this is particularly true at the moment with the increasing size of my feet and ankles.

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Pregnancy Struggles

I know most pregnant women struggle with simple things like picking up dropped items off the floor, getting up from sitting, laying, squatting and basically any other position other than standing. Don’t even get me started on the difficulty of shaving!

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As a result of my baby belly being so rotund, I have been shaving by feel for good few months now and it is becoming progressively more difficult to balance my leg and weight on the corner part of the shower wall.

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ShavEzy Review

As luck would have it; I received an opportunity to try a great new product designed specifically for pregnant women and those who find it hard or awkward to shave their legs. The ShavEzy is a foldable step stool that can used in the shower to assist shaving.

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ShavEzy when folded.

ShavEzy Benefits

• It is high enough that it makes a difference to the user but low enough that using the step isn’t a task on its own.

• The base has non-slip grips on the stool legs to prevent slippage on smooth surfaces.

• It folds near flat which allows for easy storage.

• Conveniently holds razor underneath.

• Eliminates balancing on the slippery shower, making it safe and convenient.

• Affordable at only $34.95! You can find out more and purchase from the ShavEzy website.

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I am having this baby via C-section and I think that because of the way this shower stool is designed; it will be a great tool for not only during pregnancy but after my baby is born as well.

Pregnant women want to feel feminine, sexy and somewhat like their former self. Being able to shave and have smooth legs without the inconvenience of not being able to reach is exactly what we dream of!

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Prize Includes: 1x ShavEzy. RRP $34.95

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24 Comments

  1. 31/10/2015 / 11:29 am

    Great idea … when I was pregnant I used to get the hubster to shave my legs for me with his electric shaver. Now that’s love!!!

  2. sarah Ellwood
    02/11/2015 / 5:50 pm

    Having a bath. I love nothing more than a long soak with a good book but I just could not get comfortable. And at the end it was just too hard to get in and out without working up a sweat so bad I would need a shower after the bath.

  3. Rebecca Scarinci
    10/11/2015 / 10:21 am

    The thing I had trouble with most during pregnancy was sleeping.They would use my rest time as time for them to jump around and do karate moves

  4. rachel s
    10/11/2015 / 11:48 am

    what an awesome idea, nothing worse than trying to shave while feeling like a beached whale! fantastic

  5. ERN
    10/11/2015 / 3:50 pm

    Shaving my wife’s legs and umm other bits for her because she was paranoid about being hairy and feral ‘should she’ go into labour. AND those 3am trips to various locations, some very far away, to soothe her cravings. It was good, but at times difficult and testing.

  6. Di
    10/11/2015 / 3:56 pm

    Sleeping, especially towards the end of each pregnancy. I couldn’t roll over, I couldn’t get comfortable, and if I did finally get comfortable, I’d get really hot and it was difficult because I love my sleep

  7. Deb K
    10/11/2015 / 9:45 pm

    Labour!

  8. Roma
    10/11/2015 / 10:16 pm

    All mum said was that it would be easy! Ha! I found everything difficult, but I remember not being able to drive as I am really short and my belly was too big so I couldn’t reach the peddles. I didn’t even bother shaving. Oops. If only I knew about this product!

  9. Charlotte L.
    12/11/2015 / 11:27 pm

    Sleeping and getting out of the bed, very difficult with a huge belly!

  10. Deborah
    13/11/2015 / 3:29 pm

    This is a brilliant shaving stool it is so hard to shave your legs when pregnant looks very stable as well

  11. Jessica Ashbrooke
    14/11/2015 / 8:37 pm

    I find it hard to handle the heat I’m so cranky all the time. This is perfect I’m 26 weeks and already can’t get to my legs hard enough as it is being 6 feet tall and half of me is legs lol

  12. constance christensen
    15/11/2015 / 4:08 am

    i found breathing challenging. Walking too, well… any kind of movement was just all different levels of pain and discomfort!

  13. Lucia Saal
    15/11/2015 / 9:30 am

    Great idea! Must have been designed by a woman!

  14. jane gardam
    18/11/2015 / 2:09 pm

    This looks awesome, I would use this definitely, but would give it to my daughter who is currently pregnant.

  15. Maria
    19/11/2015 / 8:34 am

    The pain! Because of a medical condition I was hospitalised five times and had to take pethidine, before my daughter was born early at 26 weeks.

  16. Eva Kiraly
    22/11/2015 / 11:10 am

    Bending over was a bit of a dilemma, standing up wasn’t much better, sleep became uncomfortable, by the end I was really over it all! 🙂

  17. Rahsah
    22/11/2015 / 9:35 pm

    Love it!

  18. Renee Ballantyne
    23/11/2015 / 9:58 am

    shaving for sure but also trimming my toe nails too

  19. Ange
    23/11/2015 / 6:45 pm

    Bending over – bought a hand claw – saved a lot of problems

  20. Penny George
    24/11/2015 / 10:13 am

    Trying to drive in my TINY car. Had the seat all the way back and still had trouble…was a good excuse to be chauffeured in style for a while!

  21. Natasha McDonald
    24/11/2015 / 10:24 am

    Walking, my feet swelled like pillows (Pre-eclampsia) I couldn’t get any of my shoes on and it really hurt to put more pressure on them, i had to wear thongs for around 6 months

  22. Karleen Hines
    24/11/2015 / 1:14 pm

    The ShavEzy would come in so handy with my bad back.

  23. Jane Whelan
    24/11/2015 / 2:21 pm

    Getting out of bed and walking, l have a scoliosis in my lower back that seemed to worsen through my pregnancy making it hard to even get into my little cupboard like shower. My back curved leaving my spine all pushed towards one side. Very hard to walk like that.

  24. Jaynie
    24/11/2015 / 11:05 pm

    I am suffering from lightning crotch, my baby is pressing on nerves which is sending sharp pains in my pelvis and groin area.
    In addition to that I have been graced with painful varicose veins but the thing I struggle the most with in this pregnancy is the fear of having another scary emergency csection birth.

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