The Most Expensive Shower?
For those who have more money than sense, the SilverTAG Shower costs a mere $120,000 but is is customised to fit your own unique personal profile.
The SilverTAG Shower uses and reinterprets traditional European hydrotherapies, including varying temperatures and pressure, to simulate the feeling of showering under a waterfall and other cardio-gymnastic effects. It's 100 percent customized for each client's body shape and size. The design also takes into account recurring areas of tension and/or discomfort and overall stress level. (The process of compiling the personal profile for a SilverTAG Shower is not unlike being interviewed by a psychiatrist.)
Inside the shower, a touch-screen panel allows the user to select up to six different reprogrammable shower frequencies and experiences, using 18 showerheads that target six different zones of the body. You can choose "Tonic," in which the water temperature increases gradually from warm to hot, relaxing your muscles, before suddenly turning cool, like an invigorating dip in the pool, and then hot again, deepening the muscle relaxation still further. Or "Anti-Stress," in which strong jets of water start on your shoulders and then slowly move up and down your body, eliminating muscle tension. And Galyean is introducing a new sequence, which he claims will reduce cellulite by using a series of pressure variations to increase circulation.
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