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Kiss itchy skin and dry hair goodbye with a shower/bath filter.


Taking a warm shower is the best part of the day - so if you're goning to shower, shower right. Am I right?


What it eliminates:

- Free chlorine

- Combined chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite)

- Hydrogen sulfide (that rotten egg smell)

- Iron oxide (rust water)

- Dirt

- Sediment

- Odours


Warmer temperatues means that chemicals are absorbed absorbed through the skin quicker - don't forget that our skin is our biggest organ, so we don't want to be absorbing these into our system.


Next time you're in there, take a notice of the smell of chlorine - it might surprise you.


Here are just SOME of the benefits of using a shower filter

- softer skin

- silkier hair

- clearer air = better respiratory health

- prevents illness and cancers


Low flow showerhead design saves money. Lasts ten times longer than other filters (many shower filters do not have a replacement cartridge and must be thrown away – usually within a year!)


Best of all it's so easy to install, no tools needed - I did in less than 5 minutes.


If you want to get technical, this filter uses  Chlorgon and KDF - the only non-cabon filtering media to remove these chemicals.


In shower filtration, free-chlorine is converted into a harmless much larger chloride element that is too large to evaporate or be absorbed by the skin. It is then carried harmlessly through the water supply. The scientific name for this chemical reaction is known as “Reduction-Oxidation”, commonly referred to as Redox (remember redox reactions in chemistry class?)


Want to learn more? Read my blog post here about why you need to have this easy-to-install shower filter.


Take the next step with actually drinking filtered water - here is my favourite easy and affordable water filter.


  • It's recommended to  replace every 12 months

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