The Universal Container Holder and Means for Application is an apparatus to aid in the self application of roll-on compounds to hard-to-reach areas of the body.
Inventor Virgil B. Meier of Freeport, IL has created an apparatus to aid in the self application of roll-on compounds to hard-to-reach areas of the body.
Many creams, body oils, suntan lotions, and similar products are provided in a roll-on style container which uses a sponge tip applicator, or ball assembly. These products often require direct access to the target area, and typically need to be applied by another person. This poses a problem for those living alone. It also reduces independence for the elderly or disabled who may also have difficulty accessing certain body areas. Many go without properly applying such medications and compounds to their back area, which can negatively affect one’s skin and general health. Inventor Meier has created a means by which an individual can quickly and easily apply roll-on style liquids and compounds to their back and other hard-to-reach areas.
This clever new invention consists of a solid handle assembly. It permits the use of roll-on style containers. It helps to apply medicine, lotions, oils, and the like. It reduces reliance on others. It is ideal for those who live alone. The use of the Universal Container Holder and Means for Application will ensure both efficient and effective access to the back, and other hard-to-reach body areas when using roll-on style containers.