ISSE 2013: Ergonomic Client Handrest from Pampered Perch

UPDATED 2/28/13: We have seven Pampered Perch hand/footrests to give away! Leave a comment in our blog comments section along with your city, state, and e-mail address for a chance to win. We will be picking winners on Monday, March 4. Good luck!

Nail tech Theresa Shelton was tired, literally and figuratively, of having to constantly remind clients to keep their hands elevated, still, and relaxed during their nail services. She created a prototype -- originally made from wood covered in styrofoam -- that would keep the clients' hand in place. She realized that by adding a curve it would add client comfort, providing for more relaxing services while keeping the nail tech from straining her own hands.

At ISSE 2013, she introduces this invention to the world. Dubbed Pampered Perch, it's now made of acetone- and monomer-resistant material that can be disinfected. It's available in several different colors, plus you can customize your Pampered Perch with rhinestones or other bling.

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