Clever razor extension helps pregnant women shave

A genius gadget is helping pregnant women shave their legs more easily [Photo: Getty]

A new razor extension that has changed the game when it comes to shaving with a bump.

There are certain things that become a little tricky for pregnant women as they get closer to their due date. And alongside painting your toe nails, top of the list of tasks that a bump can impact has to be shaving your legs.

Thankfully though there is now a nifty little gadget that can make shaving while pregnant so much stress-less.

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Giraffe Bath & Body has released a handle that you can clip onto the end of your razor to extend it – meaning you can get the perfect shave without having to bend down at all.

Available to buy on Amazon, the Giraffe Razor Extension Handle can add up to 15-20 inches to your razor handle, has a rubber non-slip finish and features a pivoting head so you can get the tricky bits of your legs without getting any nicks or cuts.

It’s also designed to fit most leading razor brands and types, including Gillette, Wilkinson and BIC.

Pregnant women are raving about the gadget [Photo: Amazon]

The product description reads: “Giraffe Bath & Body designed The Giraffe specifically to assist women who were unable to shave their legs due to limitations in flexibility and mobility.

“These limitations could stem from the increasing discomfort from symptoms associated with the second and third trimester of pregnancy, sports injuries, hip and knee surgery or a chronic medical condition such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, and shoulder, neck or back pain.”

The clever little tool, which retails at £24, has clocked up 5 star reviews with one customer calling it a “wonderful ingenious gadget” while another said it has given her her dignity back.

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The clever little gizmo not only helps women with a growing bump, but anyone who struggles with mobility issues such as back or neck aches.

Whether and how to shave during pregnancy is a dilemma many mums-to-be face, but earlier this year a midwife issued some candid advice about what pregnant women should do with their pubic hair pre-birth and literally won the Internet.