Heated TowelRackThe heated towel stand - it's like having a personal valet to prepare a luxuriously warm, dry towel for your after-bath comfort. Plugged into a household current, it safely circulates heated mineral oil through an enclosed element... hot enough to keep towels nice and warm, but not too hot to touch. Great for airing damp robes or swimsuits, too! This family-sized version has four warming bars. Made of heavy-gauge steel; chrome-plated. Heats up to 140 degrees within minutes.
Remington Steam FacialRemington Steam Facial
You put your face inside. The steam opens up your pores. It's like having a spa treatment at home. What Remington's done, they've also added these essential oils so you can have aromatherapy in addition to opening up your pores. The cost of this product is about $20 and it's from Remington's Home Spa collection.
Shower Mirror/RadioShower Radio
Radio with fogless mirror. It also has a clock, a timer, an AM/FM radio and it can also pick up the sound from broadcast television. The cost of the Shower Radio is about $40.
Massaging Bath PillowMassaging Bath Pillow
You plug it into a 110 outlet, charge up its batteries, and once it's all charged up it goes to low and high, you've got a massaging pillow. But what's great about this pillow is that it's able to handle a wet environment. You can take it into the tub with you. Just put it right over there, lean back into it and it makes your bath even that much more relaxing. The cost of the Massaging Bath Pillow, about $40 and it's from Remington.
Waterfall Soap DishWATERFALL Soap Dish
Didn’t want to buy that expensive bar soap (that did wonders for your complexion) because it just wouldn’t last? With the WATERFALL® soap dish, your bar soap will last much longer and no more cleaning out that gooey mess in that old soap dish. Hand crafted from high quality acrylic, the WATERFALL® soap dish will provide years of service.
Add a Bidet feature to a standard toilet. It's easy to install. Takes about an hour. Place the lid down, you can swing out this little arm. There is a valve and just position it where you want it. There is one designed to be hooked up to only a cold water line, and another model that can handle both a hot and cold water from a company called Go Bidet.
Take a look at it. You can see this is a little tiny shaver. It takes just two AAA batteries. Just flip the switch on. Great for afternoon touchups. The cost of this card shaver is about $65 and it's from Gadget Central.
All you do is push a button and when it gets down to start you blow into it. If you get a high number it means it's time to brush your teeth again. If you get a low number it means your breath is kissably fresh. The cost of the Breath Alert, about $30 and it's from a company called Tanita.