On average people spend about 4 thousand hours of their life taking a shower. It is much more than the time spent on reading books, watching television, training, playing with animals or studying. It is very important to spend this time in a way that is advantageous to you and your family.
Have you ever tried showering with your partner? It can have many benefits! Showering together is a great way to strengthen your relationship, save time and water, improve hygiene, provide romance and so much more. If your partner has suggested taking a shower together, perhaps you should reconsider your opinion about it. We want to share these eight reasons that will make you want to shower with your partner with you. You will definitely love it!
#1. It saves you time and water Taking a shower together is a great method of water preservation and saving time. If you both need to get up early for work, then you don't have to argue about whose turn it is to take a shower first. Just do it together.
#2. It is good for your hygiene. Do you clean every inch of your body? I'm afraid not. Your partner can help if you take a shower together. Washing each other is a great way to clean those hard-to-reach places.
#3. It can be very sweet and romantic. Showering together increases the romance in your relationship. What could be more romantic than shampooing your boyfriend’s head? You can also add essential oils and light candles to the activity to enhance the romantic atmosphere.
#4. It is a great way to have fun. Just imagine how fun showering together could be! You can both sing songs, splash water at each other, dance and make strange hairstyles out of wet shampooed hair. Sounds like fun, right?
#5. It can be a wonderful foreplay before your night together. If you want to combine business and pleasure invite your partner to shower with you. Taking a shower together will set a sensual and romantic mood for you both.
#6. It strengthens your bond. A shower is a very personal thing and if you have reached the comfort level of taking a shower together, you have moved on to a completely different comfort level in your relationship.
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