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Bodysof shower apparatus injects cleanser into your water, loves your lazy side

Darren Murph
09.13.10
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Yeah, you probably thought those wall-mounted cleansers at that 5-star hotel in Ushuaia were hot stuff, and we aren't ones to disagree. But the bödysöf ($70 to $140) might just have that topped. Put simply (or as simply as possible), this aftermarket shower tool is installed in-line within your own personal glass case of emotion, and once you've added your favorite liquid soap, shampoo or moisturizer, a gentle tug on the handle enables cleanser-infused water to flow from that rainfall head you splurged on. You heard right -- this thing actually injects cleansers upstream of the showerhead, leaving you free to never squeeze another plastic bottle of goop while showering ever again. Well, until the bödysöf itself needs a refill, of course. And if you're wondering, it seems the primary benefits here are 1) quicker showers, 2) showers with better pH balance and 3) energy savings, which is undoubtedly linked to the first reason. If that's all the convincing you need, there's a pre-order link there in the source; otherwise, a glorious promo vid awaits you past the break.

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