1. Get the Temperature Right
What is the right temperature for a shower? While there’s no set rule to abide by, experts advise that showers are no warmer than 43°C, and to start cooler and increase the temperature gradually until it’s warm enough. Unlike conventional mixer showers, Mira digital showers give you complete temperature control, allowing you to make a precise adjustment instantly. Once you’ve found the exact degree of temperature you enjoy your shower to be, you can save your personal setting.
Hot water removes moisture and natural oils from the skin and hair, which can lead it to becoming dry, itchy and often uncomfortable. If you have naturally dry skin or hair, consider showering in cooler — but still warm — water, while making sure to moisturise using fragrance-free moisturiser after you’ve gently patted your skin dry.
Cold showers have their own benefits, including speeding up metabolism. This increases the body’s ability to create white blood cells, which help fight diseases. Furthermore, if cold showers are your thing, you’ll benefit from improved blood flow and will be more than ready for the day ahead.