When I first heard of Shower Pill, I thought it was something you dropped in your shower to clean it out. I know what you’re probably thinking: Why does this lady always get so far off the mark when she is guessing? I don’t know the answer, people. Welcome to my world. 🙂
Needless to say, I was wrong. Shower Pill is actually a brand of amazing body wipes to get the stank off of you so you can keep your day moving along smoothly! These are perfect for me because I’m always running from activity to activity, often times with no opportunity for a much-needed shower. For example: During my Friday lunch break, I went to a community yoga class, then had to return to the office. Well, I couldn’t sit there all funky for the rest of the day. That’s just disrespectful to my officemate! Instead, I wiped myself down after yoga, and kept it moving.
Ever since I started using them a couple of months ago, I have not been able to stop raving about them. Every chance I get, I have my friends try them out!
On Saturday, I went hiking with my friend/former coworker Fred. We hiked about 6 miles over 4 hours (there was a LOT of rock climbing and scrambling in this hike!), and by the end of the hike, we were sweaty, stinky, and downright filthy! I offered Fred a Shower Pill, and I know he thought I was crazy. Fred is a tall guy and is my friend most like Ron Swanson. Now, imagine offering Ron Swanson a wipe after hiking for 6 hours. Get the idea?
I extolled the power of the wipes to Fred as he side eyed me. He tried it anyway, and he was actually surprised they worked!
When I say that the Shower Pill wipe worked, what does that even mean? For me, it has to pass this checklist:
- The wipes cannot smell like baby wipes, because that ain’t right. No grown woman or man should walk around smelling like baby wipes. It only smells good on actual babies!*
- You shouldn’t have to use more than one, because that can get expensive!
- They have to work on sensitive skin.
- They have to actually clean your body.
- They have to be affordable.
*This is not a scientific fact, of course, but I believe this to be true. It’s sort of like when you were a teenager, and you thought spraying body spray on you after you worked up a little sweat would make you smell better. Never worked.