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Wellness Shower

September 28, 2012 | 6:42 AM

Spas are supposed to promote health and wellness. But your post-service shower may be doing more harm than good, according to The Wellness Shower, a manufacturer who believes the hot water from unfiltered sources allows more contaminants to penetrate our skin. “We end up absorbing over 600 percent more chlorine and other volatile chemicals than we would from drinking the same unfiltered water all day,” says a spokesperson. While traditional shower filters reduce contaminants, they also remove essential nutrients.

The Wellness Shower purifies your water with rare volcanic minerals from remote mountain springs and promises to help repair damaged hair and skin, improve hydration, and create an antibacterial and antifungal experience. For more information, visit

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