DryBath - Waterless Bath In A Bottle



22 year old South African college student Ludwich Marishane has invented a substance which allows you to take a bath without a drop of water.

It's called DryBath, and it's a Purell like substance which kills 99.9% of bacteria on the skin, leaves the user smelling good and feeling clean and has a price tag which people across the globe can actually afford (about fifty cents per bottle).

Take note humanity, now you no longer have an excuse for stinking up the joint!

Link  --via Gizmodo

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and further down it lists as a benefit:

"Needs no water"

but the instructions tell you to "squeeze"...that implies liquid, doesn't it?

wonder if you could buy a single unit...i gotta figure out what's going on here...
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I don't think that this is safe. One doesn't really want to kill 99% of the both good and harmful bacterias on our skin. Some of them are beneficial, and have jobs to do. You will get sick if you use this product.
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People across the globe can afford $0.50? Wow, are you misinformed! More than 1 billion people live on less than $1 a day and more than 2 billion live on less than $2 a day.

http://www.onedayswages.org/
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So, less than half the people in the world cannot afford a fifty cent product, yet I'm wrong when I say people across the globe can afford this product? Way to nitpick and stroke your ego Alan!
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