Remove personal care synthetic sponge from plastic and firmly place the hook-and-loop side of sponge to the head of the applicator handle.
Use finger to apply topical lotion, cream, gels, and more to sponge, or apply topical creams directly to sponge via lotion bottle or ointment tube.
To extend applicator handle, place one hand at the base of the handle and one hand below the oscillating head and pull gently in opposite directions to extend the handle. Push to contract.
Use handle to apply topical creams to any hard-to-reach areas, including neck and shoulders, upper and lower back, feet, and legs.
Wash applicator sponge with warm, soapy water after three uses. When applying prescriptions, wash sponge with warm soapy water after each use.
To replace sponge, simply pull at the edges of the Applicator Pad or Scrubber Sponge until it detaches from the applicator handle. Remove the new applicator pad from packaging and re-attach. If hook-and-loop material becomes loose from back of Applicator Pad or Scrubber Sponge, remove the material, and the pad/sponge will adhere to head of applicator handle on its own.
*Applicator Pads and Scrubber Sponges should be replaced every 30 days.
To store applicator handle, contract handle and place in drawer or cabinet or hang on a wall in your bathroom or shower. Handle is also free-standing for counter tops.
If the applicator handle comes apart while extending, simply line the base of the handle up at the connection hole, then gently push the handle back into the base of the applicator as shown in the photos.