Posted by afni ruzdiana Posted on 7:32 AM
Tired of waking up and having to wait for your morning java to brew? Are you one of those groggy early morning types that just needs that extra kick? Know any programmers who dont regularly bathe and need some special motivation? Introducing Shower Shock, the original and world's first caffeinated soap from ThinkGeek.
Shower Shock is an all vegetable based glycerine soap which does *not* contain any harsh ingredients like ethanol, diethanolamine, polyethylene glycol or cocyl isethionate. So it's a gently invigorating soap. Scented with peppermint oil and infused with caffeine anhydrous, each bar of Shower shock contains approximately 12 servings/showers per 4 ounce bar with 200 milligrams of caffeine per serving. No, we're not kidding and no you don't eat it. The caffeine is absorbed through the skin...
Shower Shock, which is currently available online, is scented with peppermint oil so you don't end up smelling like coffee. It's also infused with caffeine anhydrous and each bar of this soap contains approximately 12 servings/showers per 4 ounce bar with 200 milligrams of caffeine per serving. However, the manufacturers have warned that the soap is not recommended for pregnant women or children because of the caffeine content.
The caffeine in the 125-gram Shower Shock will last in your system for approximately four hours, the same as two cups of coffee. One bar of soap costs (US$6.99) which 10 bars cost (US $37.99)
Shower Shock Caffeinated Soap (ThinkGeek)
Bar of soap gives caffeine kick in the shower (Reuters)
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