Rejuvenator Microbubble Showerhead Review
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As a mom, there’s not many things you get to experience alone again, if you know what I mean, so when you do get those five minutes of peace, you savor them. There’s nothing worse than finally having that moment to enjoy a relaxing, hot shower on your own and having to deal with a crappy showerhead that was installed when the house was built. Rejuvenator Products offered my family the chance to review their Microbubble Showerhead and enjoyed I have.
Where normal showerheads just cover your body with water and can often leave you with left-behind soap scum, the Rejuvenator Showerhead uses Microbubble Technology™ to clean not only the surface of your skin, but also naturally and effectively cleans deep within your pores. Millions of tiny Microbubbles naturally cleanse, exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin for a healthier look.
The installation was super easy and required no tools, plus the Rejuvenator Microbubble Showerhead attaches to your original showerhead and features an easy-to-turn mechanism to allow you to choose between either showerhead or using both at the same time. This is a really great item to have for bathing your kids because the showerhead is hand-held and the cord has a pretty long reach and it uses 30-40% less water than normal showerheads.
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