The challenge is to limit the amount of time you spend behind the shower curtain to one single minute. Considering that people spend an average of 13 minutes in the shower, this is a huge reduction that will save both time and water.
You’ll be saving 24.9 gallons, in fact! The 60 Second Shower Challenge shows that washing is all about efficiency. Set a waterproof timer, so you don’t go over the 60 second mark, or play a minute-long song to help keep you on track.
You’ll have to focus on certain sweat priority zones: the soles of your feet, palms of your hands, forehead, armpits and groin. The maximum sweat rates of the average adult can be up to 2-4 litres per hour, so it’s important to target these stinky spots.
Infographic by: www.soakology.co.uk