Remember When I Used To Product Review Stuff?

Remember way back when I reviewed the kinoki foot pads? Remember how much fun that was? I realized it’s been way too long since I’ve reviewed a product for y’all – and I have VERY EXCITING NEWS.

I have product tested the best product ever, and I should seriously become a paid spokesperson for it because that is how much I love it and think you should buy it.

Let me give you the background.

I have these small patches of itchy rashy eczema on my back that I’ve had forever and if not for the fact that they’re really hard to reach, I’m sure all of the fancy lotions and medications my dermatologist has prescribed would have worked really nicely.


Mr. Mock has been helpful over the years in helping apply stuff to my back, but he’s not always available, and so it has been impossible to be consistent about anything.

But now I have a solution, and it is….

…drum roll please…


One day I said to Mr. Mock, “Wouldn’t it be awesome if someone invented a contraption thingy whereby people who need to apply lotion to their backs could easily do so and not miss a single spot?” And Mr. Mock said, “I would bet someone has already invented such a contraption. You should google it.”

So I did, and LO AND BEHOLD he was right. The Body Buddy exists, for the low low price of just $25, and it is the simplest, most awesome product I have ever bought in the history of ever and I have no idea how I’ve managed to live this long without it.

My back is completely healed, you guys. Because of this simple contraption that you can see at this link.

BEST NEW PRODUCT EVER. (New to me, that is. It’s probably been around forever.)

We talked about this and other handy dandy products on our radio show not long ago, and someone called and said, “You could do the same thing with a wooden spoon.” Which is probably true, but a wooden spoon is not a Body Buddy, which is my new favorite product.

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  • Hannibal Schlechter

    This is a pretty intriguing product, as I would like for my back to not burn to a shade of angry crimson when I go to the beach. And my son is just not that good at rubbing in sunblock on my back.

  • Hannah_955

    Kewl! Mock, the link is broken because the period at the end of the sentence got included as part of the URL.