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Grooming and Primping

The 5 Best Aids for Arthritis

Hand arthritis can cause pain and stiffness in the fingers and joints, making getting ready in the morning difficult.

Grooming tools can be helpful

for daily activities like using a razor or brushing your hair.

1 Easy-Pull Hairbrush

This brush was designed for people with limited hand function. The strap makes it easier to hold, while the brush itself is designed to require less pulling effort.

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2 Universal Electric Razor Holder

Hold most brands of electric razors in place while shaving with this strap. The hand piece conforms to your hand and is padded for comfort. It's great for people with limited grip strength.

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3Universal Holder

The elastic D-ring strap of this universal holder fits all hand sizes. It's designed to hold handled objects like a comb, toothbrush, or makeup brush. It even works with writing tools and silverware.

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4 Cylindrical Foam Padding

Built-up handles take less effort to grasp making them easier to hold. This foam padding can be cut as needed for the handles of hairbrushes, combs, toothbrushes, and more.

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5 Nail & Toenail Clipper

Arthritis can make it hard to cut your nails. The curved handle of these nail or toe clippers make it easier to hold. The wide base is ideal for people with less strength. The clippers even work on thick or ingrown nails. Get a clean cut each time!

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Quick Tips:


your fingernails and toenails before trimming them. The water will soften the nails and make them easier to cut.

Electric Razors

are easier for people with arthritis to hold. If a regular straight razor is used, foam tubing can be added to increase the circumference and reduce the pressure on the joints.


with large handles are best, and wide-toothed combs cut down on resistance when brushing your hair.

Wider Handles

make it easier to use grooming tools when combating stiff fingers.