Shaun, aka Tech Guy, aka my boyfriend, is here with a different must-read “masculine” review. He’s twenty-seven years old with skin that usually comes dry and no more acne (I’m jealous!). Can you tell him he’s kicking AX? Because I think he can raid the whole shelf…
Shaun enjoys long walks on the beach, lousing on chairs watching movies about chicks, and cuddling Mellan. Or maybe not! He handles all the behind-the-scenes action here at Temptalia, from tech support to server woes to being my shoulder to crying.
Well, the sponge (aka the AX Detailer Shower Tool; $5.99) is part of my AX product trio. And frankly? I don’t like it! It’s too small for my hand and it will probably only fit into the creator’s hand. It has these handles that if your fingers are placed in the right position will create the handle of the man of doom. I don’t know who’s going to wash with a hilt like this, but it seems like the way you hold a sword on your way to battle. slippery to get a good grip feel. It had a very little groove to try to combat this, but they failed miserably.
The sponge itself is too small to effectively capture any large area of your body and give you the feeling of “I missed a spot.” The funny thing is that it’s also not good in “tight” areas. It is too difficult to use because the plastic is hard and does not shape well enough to get the seductive curves of men’s flesh.
At the opposite end, there is a piece of the sandpaper-like side that seems to be used to polish the rough edges on your body. I don’t know where the typical guy would use this, but I have nasty elbows and have tried using it on them. It feels like what you expect sandpaper to feel on your body like a pain. It didn’t seem to affect my rough edges at all, because I still scratched Christine when I pushed her out of the way to the last piece of cake.
Recommendation: It can be useful for someone if you’ve never used all the powerful POUF BATH SPONGE MESH.