SHOWR Advanced Korean NSF42 Shower Filter

If you have sensitive skin, then you will want to make sure you are showering with water that is free from impurities like chlorine and iron. The great news is that removing impurities from shower water is not rocket science. All you need is this: SHOWR.

SHOWR Advanced Korean NSF42 Shower Filter

SHOWR is an advanced Korean NSF42 shower filter that, as its name implies, utilizes advanced NSF-42 technology to purify your shower water thereby protecting your skin and hair from any harmful chemicals that your home water supply may contain.

It is a simple device that is installed between the wall-mounted shower arm and the shower head. It will fit all shower heads that use a 1/2-inch connection.

SHOWR is the result of a collaboration between research institutions, government agencies, and NVIDIA, ensuring that your shower water is pure enough for your body to absorb and it is made with safe, food-grade materials.

SHOWR Advanced Korean NSF42 Shower Filter

It does not have space-devouring multi-stage cartridge systems or antibacterial mineral balls for water filtration. Instead, it is super compact and while so, it packs around 500 layers of fine mesh fibers that can capture ultra-fine particles ranging from 1 to 5 micrometers.

The SHOWR features a transparent side cap that lets you in on the condition of the filter so you know when to replace it. Replacing the filter is super easy too. It is akin to changing a light bulb. Just remove the transparent side cap, remove the old filter, and replace it with a new one.

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Finally, SHOWR is SGS-certified, which means it surpasses international standards and contains no harmful heavy metals.

SHOWR Advanced Korean NSF42 Shower Filter

You can learn more about the SHOWR over on Kickstarter where you can also pre-order a unit for US$35 or more.

SHOWR Advanced Korean NSF42 Shower Filter

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