Canadians might never get out of the bath again
It's important to pay close attention to your bath and body routine during the harsh winter months. Moisturizing bubble baths, lotions and scented bath oils all may help Canadians' skin stay smooth - and keep you relaxed and warm.
However, there's one way to know if you're overdoing your bath and body routine, and that may happen when you find yourself taking electronics into the bathroom. Gone were the days when a simple magazine would suffice. Now, people want to read their Kindles while soaking or listen to music with their iPod.
Bath time readers, however, won't have to add much in the way of cost to their bath and body routine while trying to keep their Kindle safe. Media sources reveal that it is now possible to keep suds off your electronics because a new waterproof Kindle case has hit the market.
Designed by M-Edge, the case is waterproof and even floats, so super lazy bathers don't have to reach far out of the tub to turn on more hot water or reach for the sponge.
The aptly named tool, "The Guardian," might not reduce your bath and body routine, but it will sure help you stay entertained while lounging in skin-friendly bubbles and warm water.