Review: Jonathan Product Beauty Water Shower Purification System

I'd wanted to try a shower filter from the time I first heard about them several years ago. Natural product enthusiasts claimed that the water in many showers can contain minerals or cholorine, which can have a negative effect on the body over time. I was delighted to have the opportunity recently to try out a shower filter by Jonathan Product: the Beauty Water Shower Purification System. Read on for my thoughts.


Pros:
  • Cleared up irritated skin on two testers within two weeks
  • Offers three different settings such as spray and massage
  • Can help hair color last longer
  • Two-step filtration process removes chlorine, heavy metals, and other harsh chemicals
  • Easy to install initially and simple filter replacement
Cons:
  • Slightly reduces pressure due to filtration
Summary:
Jonathan Product's Beauty Water Shower Purification System has converted me to a shower filter lover. Immediately after installation, the usual light chlorine smell was gone and I could shower in pure, clean water. I was delighted to see how the filtered water cleared up my skin, making it softer and soothing irritations. I am also glad to know that my temporary auburn hair colors will last longer. I highly recommend this shower to those who are looking for cleaner water in their shower. It's amazing how addressing the problem at the source can be so much more effective than treating the our reactions to hard water.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Note: The cruelty-free, vegan and gluten-free badges do not apply to this type of product. However, Jonathan Product makes certified vegan hair products.
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