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Wednesday, July 30, 2008
With the way our lives have become so busy and hectic, with work, errands, school activities and all around trying to juggle so many things into a day. The thought of a nice hot relaxing bath comes to mind to soothe away the days stresses. But your water is hard and leaves your skin dry and flaky, don't worry we have the answer to your problem. The Crystal Quest bath ball will remove hundreds of contaminants from your water, so your bath water will be clean, clear and contaminant free. Thus your skin will not be dry and flaky. You will even save money by using this water filter as you will not have to buy so many moisturizers and lotions for after your bath.
The Bath ball water filter is a great idea if you have children or know someone who has children. As their skin like ours has the same tendencies to dry out and be itchy and flaky. Our skin is like a sponge and lots of harmful things in our water can be absorbed thru it. With the use of the water filter this becomes a no worry thing. You can even use the filtered water to bathe your pets, to give them healthy skin and coats too.
The Crystal Quest bath ball is easy to use and last for 12 - 18 months depending on your water conditions. The water filter comes in two attractive colors white and chrome. They also have replacement cartridges available so you just pop them in the ball and wallah you are good to go for another 12 - 18 months. With the bath ball water filter you will get gallons of clean, clear, healthy, and contaminant free bath water for you and your family.
So if you are someone who likes to take long, hot, relaxing baths the Crystal Quest bath ball is for you. At the end of a long hard day at the office, or just wanting to relax and soothe away the days stresses or aches and pains. Feel at ease while filling you bath that the water will be contaminant free so your skin will be softer, smoother, and healthy looking. So sink on in relax and enjoy the peace and quiet time you have loinged for all day.
by: Chris Tracey