Body Spa Personal Vibrating Foam Sponge [Review]
I won the “Body Spa Personal Vibrating Foam Sponge” in The 25 Days of Sexmas Giveaway. The contest was sponsored by TheFrisky.com & unboundbox.com. I decided to use brand new foam sponge last night when I took a long hot bath. The foam sponge is distributed by Empire Labs out of Portland, Oregon.
The foam sponge is available for around $20. I have seen it “On Sale” for as low as $10.99. I would pay that price before I would pay the $19.99 plus shipping & handling.
This foam sponge is:
- A real foam sponge
- Contains a single speed bullet
- Egg-shaped approximately 5 1/2 – 4 1/2 inches
- My long black hair did get caught up in the sponge. I had to spend a few minutes pulling out strands of my hair
- Not a powerful vibration
About the Bullet:
- Requires 3 LR44 cell batteries
- Single speed
- Push button On/Off
- Does seem to have a problem being waterproof (See Photo Gallery Above)
My personal experience: I am indifferent with this product. It’s a foam bath sponge. It does it’s job. I use it to clean my skin and get me clean smelling. I turned it on, it vibrated. But it wasn’t strong enough to use on one’s shoulders or neck to relieve tension or sore muscles. The vibrating gives just a little extra to the sponge. After use I noticed I had to pull out the strands of my long hair that somehow got threaded through the sponge. I hadn’t really looked at the bullet prior to using it in the tub. However, afterwards I took the bullet apart. As you can see by the photos above the inside of the bullet was very rusty. I tried to get the batteries out, they were so rusty. The on/off button no longer works properly. The bottom half of the bullet actually vibrates without the top half being connected. I can put all the batteries inside, giggle it and it will vibrate. Will I use it again? The foam sponge without the bullet will be used for Sassy’s shower time.