Please welcome my sister, and guest post + reviewer, Emily. She’s a not-so-well-rested momma of one new little girl and mom of 4 fur-babies. I’m totally jealous that she got to try out this Rejuvenator Microbubble Technology Shower Head that I was sent to review because some yahoo put the pipes to our shower behind the wall (the joint), so we can’t replace it without putting a hole in the wall!
She loved this thing so much, after installing it in the guest bathroom, she had it moved to her bathroom because she didn’t want to share with anybody!
AMAZING! That’s the word you need to have in your mind when reading about the Rejuvenator Microbubble Technology shower head. I was lucky enough to take this shower head home with me from my last trip to Atlanta, and give it a try. Our guest bathroom was in desperate need of a new shower head, and with a baby using that bathtub now a shower head on a chord would be perfect.
My uncle is a great handyman and had it installed in less than 2 minutes by using the very easy to understand enclosed directions.
It seemed so easy I’m sure I could have done it myself, but when an expert offers I like to take then up on it. At first I was a little skeptical…the old shower head stays on the pipe, along with the new one. I assumed (go ahead and think ass-u-me) if this new Microbubble shower head was so great why keep my old one? And won’t it look weird? You can see from the picture below it does not look weird at all.
After showering with the Rejuvenator the only conclusion I can make is you keep the old one to remind you of how fantastic the Microbubble technology is.
Side note: I asked the fine people at Rejuvenator, and this was their response: “You’ve asked a great question about the addition of diverter in the packaging, which allows you to have duo showerheads. First, a little bit of background. Wall mount showerheads are installed in most new homes built in U.S.. These wall mount showerheads are most economical, but least versatile. A diverter is typically installed for luxury homes, where duo showerheads are installed. In many ways, diverters are symbols of luxury when it comes to bath. (If you go to home depot, you can buy the diverter for $25+.) We wanted to brand and market our product as having a spa-like experience in the convenience of your own home, hence we included a diverter as well as brand new pipes to allow users to easily experience the luxury of having duo showerheads. And yes, your sister is absolutely right, it is also the most direct way of showing and comparing between your old showerhead, and our microbubble showerhead.”
When I first stepped in the shower I noticed how much taller the Rejuvenator shower head was than my old shower head. I liked that because I could easily stand underneath it and get a nice spray. I can’t pick the right word for how nice the water feels when it hits your body…it’s not too hard, and not too soft that soap doesn’t rinse off, it’s just the right amount of pressure and the water streams weren’t too thick to hurt this breast feeding mama’s n!pples (let’s be real, some of those shower streams hurt!)
The shower head was very easy to remove from the base and hold in my hand. The hose didn’t coil and rotated nicely to rinse my legs. Halfway through I turned the knob to switch it back to my old shower head and it was a very simple flip, and I was impressed the Rejuvenator did not drip or leak. It’s important to note neither shower head leaked while using the other, so no water pressure was lost.
Their claim is true to its word Spa Therapy + Skin Science= Relaxation & Rejuvenation. It’s easy to see I was relaxed and rejuvenated after my shower with the Rejuvenator Microbubble Technology shower head.
(Seriously, does this look like the mom of a 9 week old? Pretty sure I never looked that good after having a little one!)
Buy it: Head over to the Rejuveantor site and make your purchse. Use the coupon code rays30off and you will receive 30% off for any purchase completed on their website.
*We received the Rejuvenator to review, no other compensation was receieved. All thoughts are our own. This post contains some affiliate links.