You’ve seen the small water filters that attach onto the side of a kitchen faucet. You might even have your own water filter pitcher, so it’s easy to serve up iced cold, refreshing water (despite needing to fill that thing up every few hours). When dealing with water, you will almost always look toward how you consume it. But that’s only a small fraction of what you ultimately do with the water.
You spend far more time cleaning with it (your clothes, your dishes, yourself) than actually putting it into your body. This means you need to consider not only the taste of the water but the overall purity of it. Unfiltered water you use in your shower can leave your skin feeling dry and flaky. You might feel weighed down, and you may even notice an odd chlorine smell to your skin as if you just got out of a swimming pool. You can avoid all of these issues with total filtered water inside of your home. We have listed some of the benefits of showering with filtered water below.