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How to Shower without a Shower

Not having a shower at their workplace is one of the biggest gripes cyclists tend to have with their employers.

Well, things have changed. And it’s nothing to do with your employer.

A wet shower is so last year. Now, you can have a dry shower from a can – and not a “Lynx shower” like I was guilty of from time to time after football in school. A real life, hygienic shower. One that you can carry around in your backpack – or possibly even in your pocket.

Naturally, I’m talking about the Muc-Off Dry Shower.

What is the Muc-Off Dry Shower?

So, you arrive at your destination after a long ride on a hot summer’s day. Naturally, you’re gonna have – let’s put it nicely – ‘perspired somewhat’. However, there’s no shower in sight. So, instead open your bag, and wipe yourself down with Muc-Off’s Dry Shower.

Muc-Off Dry Shower

How does it work?

The Muc-Off Dry Shower is a pH balanced foam formula (largely made from Coconut) that you can apply to your skin to kill odour causing bacteria and germs.

To use it, simply rub it into your hands and apply to your sweaty bits. Then you can either leave it to dry naturally, or dab it off with a towel. That’s it – you should be smelling and feeling fresh and ready for the rest of the day.

What’s more, the Dry Shower is also Paraben, Formaldehyde and alcohol-free, meaning it shouldn’t agitate you, nor cause dry skin.

The Muc-Off Dry Shower is available to buy from Amazon with three 50ml bottles for £5.50, or a larger 200ml bottle available for £8.

Dry Shower Foam Spray
Pete Reynolds


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Pete Reynolds

Pete is the co-founder and editor of Discerning Cyclist. He commutes by bike daily from his home to his co-working space. Originally from Wirral, UK, Pete now lives in Spain. When visiting a new city, Pete loves nothing more than to explore it on two wheels. See Pete's Muck Rack profile

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