Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Sparoma Filtered Shower Head

One thing I never thought about is a filtered shower head but I do when I drink water and it got me thinking why not? Then I thought what are the benefits of having a filter shower head and I found some pretty amazing information which is when you shower you absorb chlorine through your skin, when you shower water releases chemicals into the air in your home, chemicals in shower water may cause harm to the skin microbiome and irritate skin. Chemicals present in shower water are linked to cancer and other health problems. 

So those are just 4 reasons to use a filtered shower head and I was thinking this is something I never knew so it leads me to review a Sparoma Filtered Shower Head is handheld and uses ACF to reduce chlorine and other impurities to offer the ultimate shower experience. Enjoy a cleaner refreshing shower at home with this technology! 

The shower filter is made with chrome-plated ABS, the body is extra durable and rustproof along with the filter cartridge containing Japanese high-quality filtering materials like no other shower filter. This has a sleek microphone design, think water flow, and has a 3 stage filter cartridge that contains activated carbon fiber, silver ion antibacterial agent and a multi-layer PET compound micro-filtered film.
The filter should be changed every 3 months unless you have poor water quality then change sooner.

My Opinion: It is a very lightweight shower head and I found it easy to install I even found it easy to take apart and look at the filter and inside the shower head itself which I was glad about as sometimes I have a hard time opening things sometimes. I like the benefits of using this shower head along with size.
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